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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
  • resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary

Support needs of LPN patients with unsurpassed clinical knowledge and interpersonal communication skills. ohio-licensed healthcare professional passionate about providing culturally-competent assistance to every patient. Excellent problem-solving, charting and quality assurance management skills.

Multi-talented LPN consistently rewarded for success in planning and operational improvements. Experience in policy development and staff management procedures positively impacting overall morale and productivity.

Skills
  • Process improvement
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Team management
  • Problem resolution
  • Project organization
  • Organization
  • Office,medical, computers, equipment
  • Customer service
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • MS Office
  • Team building
  • Supervision
  • Communications
  • Operational improvement
  • Relationship development
Work History
LPN Charge Nurse, 03/2020 to Current
Manhattan Nursing And Rehabilitation Center, LlcJackson, MS,
  • Worked effectively within healthcare teams on successful assignment and many initiatives.
  • Documented patient information obtained from interviews concerning symptoms, medications and prior treatment.
  • Worked with multidisciplinary team to carry out successful treatment plans for diverse acute and chronic conditions.
  • Helped long-term care residents with bathing, dressing, feeding and other daily living activities.
  • Collaborated with STNAs on evaluation of care plan outcomes, implementing or adjusting interventions accordingly.
  • Delivered oral medications, intramuscular injections and IV fluids to mitigate or resolve patient symptoms.
  • Documented patient vitals, behaviors and conditions and communicated concerns to supervising DON.
  • Responded to patient requests with appropriate clinical and personal assistance.
  • Circulated assigned floor to measure and record patients' fluid and food levels, implementing measures to promote healthy intake and output as necessary.
  • Gathered patient data, cleaned wounds and changed catheters as part of comprehensive support.
  • Reviewed patient history to verify conditions and current medications.
  • Supported diagnoses by taking blood, urine or sputum samples from patients for laboratory testing.
  • Provided basic patient care and treatment, such as administering medication, tests, taking temperature and blood pressure and dressing wounds.
  • Managed various general office duties such as answering multiple telephone lines, completing insurance forms and mailing monthly invoice statements to patients.
  • Helped patients complete day-to-day tasks, including bathing, dressing and eating.
  • Protected patients and healthcare team members from infection by sterilizing equipment and reusable supplies.
LPN Charge Nurse, 01/2018 to Current
Manhattan Nursing And Rehabilitation Center, LlcJackson, MS,
  • Documented patient information obtained from interviews concerning symptoms, medications and prior treatment.
  • Worked with multidisciplinary team to carry out successful treatment plans for diverse acute and chronic conditions.
  • Helped long-term care residents with bathing, dressing, feeding and other daily living activities.
  • Documented patient vitals, behaviors and conditions and communicated concerns to supervising DON.
  • Responded to patient requests with appropriate clinical and personal assistance.
  • Gathered patient data, cleaned wounds and changed catheters as part of comprehensive support.
  • Reviewed patient history to verify conditions and current medications.
  • Supported diagnoses by taking blood, urine or sputum samples from patients for laboratory testing.
  • Managed various general office duties such as answering multiple telephone lines, completing insurance forms and mailing monthly invoice statements to patients.
  • Clearly and thoroughly explained diagnoses, treatment options and procedures to patients and loved ones, checking in to verify understanding.
  • Helped patients complete day-to-day tasks, including bathing, dressing and eating.
  • Protected patients and healthcare team members from infection by sterilizing equipment and reusable supplies.
  • Assessed patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure and recorded in electronic medical records.
  • Worked effectively within healthcare teams on successful assignments and many initiatives.
STNA, 05/2015 to 05/2018
Bradford ManorBradford, PA,
  • Transported patients between rooms and appointments or testing locations.
  • Cared for clients with diagnoses such as respiratory failure, diabetes, Parkinson's disease and muscular dystrophy.
  • Gathered dietary information, assisted with feeding and monitored intake to help patients achieve nutritional objectives and support wellness goals.
  • Facilitated activities of daily living, including personal hygiene management, feeding and ambulation.
  • Answered call lights and supported patient comfort and safety by adjusting bed rails and equipment.
  • Monitored, tracked and conveyed important patient information to healthcare staff to help optimize treatment planning and care delivery.
  • Reduced risks of patient infection and cross-contamination by cleaning and sterilizing equipment.
  • Maximized patient satisfaction by helping individuals carry out personal tasks such as dressing and walking.
  • Offered immediate assistance in emergency and routine paging situations to evaluate needs and deliver care.
  • Evaluated patients to identify and address wounds, behavioral concerns and medically relevant symptoms.
  • Agreed to take on additional shifts and extra hours during busy periods and holidays to maintain proper staffing and floor coverage.
  • Wiped down equipment with proper cleaning products after each patient transport to reduce instances of infection.
  • Oversaw and maintained patients' rooms, group living areas and nurse stations.
  • Complied with all company-specific guidelines and performed hands-on nursing care to patients under RN supervision.
LPN Charge Nurse, 06/2018 to 10/2019
Manhattan Nursing And Rehabilitation Center, LlcJackson, MS,
  • Supported diagnoses by taking blood, urine or sputum samples from patients for laboratory testing.
  • Reviewed patient history to verify conditions and current medications.
  • Delivered oral medications, intramuscular injections and IV fluids to mitigate or resolve patient symptoms.
  • Worked with multidisciplinary team to carry out successful treatment plans for diverse acute and chronic conditions.
  • Took samples such as blood and urine to complete diagnostic and routine assessment tests.
  • Circulated assigned floor to measure and record patients' fluid and food levels, implementing measures to promote healthy intake and output as necessary.
  • Protected patients and healthcare team members from infection by sterilizing equipment and reusable supplies.
Education
LPN DIPLOMA: LPN, Expected in 01/2015
Beck School of Practical Nursing - Tri County Ohio,
GPA:
  • Graduated with 3.0 GPA
Certifications
  • First Aid/CPR Certified
  • LPN.168364.MEDS-IV

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School Attended
  • Beck School of Practical Nursing
Job Titles Held:
  • LPN Charge Nurse
  • LPN Charge Nurse
  • STNA
  • LPN Charge Nurse
Degrees
  • LPN DIPLOMA