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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Driven, hardworking nurse, with a colorful background as a neonatal registered nurse wanting to become a member of the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta team! I am pursuing a new career opportunity and would love to care, nurture, and support children ages birth to 21! I possess a variety of skills which include demonstrating family centered patient care, critical care management and knowledge. I am adaptable and resilient with a strong attention to detail, clinical expertise, and emergency response experience. My goal is to provide children and their families with excellent care, and aiming to help children and their families reach their full potential so they may be able to thrive in their community. While also upholding the quality standards of the hospital facilities and industries best evidence based practices

Skills
  • Ability to provide focused nursing care to infants
  • Communicate and work efficiently and professionally with neonates, patients family members and members of the health care team
  • Patient and family advocacy
  • Experience working in an various intensive care units
  • Experience with a complex variety of health conditions
  • Flexible to working day shift, nightshift, or split shifts, and or overtime to fulfill unit’s needs
  • Written and oral communication skills, in two languages, English primary and Spanish secondary
  • Ability to work well in a fast pace, under a high-pressure environment
  • Collecting and interpret vital signs
  • Strong clinical judgment
Work History
Adjunct Clinical Nursing Instructor, 06/2022 to Current
Mercy Health, , Lawrenceville, GA
  • Assessed student knowledge levels and abilities through structured nursing assessments.
  • Contributed educational and clinical expertise to help optimize training courses and boost student learning.
  • Delivered information and valuable instructions to students during clinical rotations.
  • Developed and created clinical assignments to assess student skills.
  • Oversaw laboratory and clinical environments to help students advance knowledge and abilities.
  • Identified and assigned appropriate activities and projects to enhance student learning.
  • Educated nursing students on successful nursing techniques to provide optimal patient care.
  • Taught students utilizing virtual simulation courses.


Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse Level 3, 01/2022 to Current
Catholic Medical Center, , Lawrenceville, GA
  • Assessed, evaluated and cared for critical neonatal patients.
  • Provide exceptional care to various high-acute patients needing complex care such as ventilator management, intravenous medication titration, and continuous cardiopulmonary monitoring.
  • Administered medications and fluids and checked vital signs on critically ill newborns.
  • Communicated with family members and loved ones to provide information about patient care, treatments and medical options.
  • Provided high level of quality care for each and every patient in un to 40-bed neonatal ICU unit.
  • Guided and educated patients and caregivers on diagnoses, disease management, preventive measures, medication use and self-care to foster consistency in care administration.
  • Demonstrated respect, friendliness and willingness to help wherever needed.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse Level 3, 06/2019 to 02/2023
Northside Medical Center, , Snellville, GA

· Applying nursing expertise to meet needs of neonatal patients and their families in a Level 3 neonatal intensive care unit environment

· Managing care from admission to discharge, including patient assessments, care planning, health educations and discharging support to provide comprehensive care to the neonatal patients and their families

· Experience working neonates with nasogastric and oralgastric tubes

· Ability to care for infants that are on CPAP and/or on mechanical ventilators.

· Deliver medications via oral, IV and intramuscular injections, monitoring responses to address new concerns

· Collaboration with an extensive team of neonatologist, neonatal nurse practitioners, fellow NICU nurses, social work, and other disciplines to achieve optimal patient outcome

· Attending infant deliveries, and cared for neonate’s post-delivery to monitor for signs and symptoms of possible complications

· Educate family members on neonatal patient care plans and follow up instructions

Newborn Admission Nurse , 01/2021 to 01/2022
University Of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, ,
  • · Attend vaginal deliveries for infants >35 weeks gestation
  • · Attend cesarean deliveries for infants >35 weeks gestation
  • · Reviewing prenatal history of a pregnant patient prior to newborn delivery, in preparation for possible complications
  • · Stabilize a newborn post-delivery following NRP guidelines
  • · Provide nursing care to a newborn transitioning after birth
  • · Monitoring for any significant change in the status of the newborn
  • · Proving breastfeeding support to breastfeeding mothers and formula feeding support and education to families who chose to bottle feed
  • · Educating families of newborn safety
  • · Administration newborn medications per family’s consent
  • · Upholding the role of professional resource to parents of newborn
Intensive Care Registered Nurse, 06/2018 to 05/2020
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· Utilizing several types of medical equipment to provide effective patient care. Medical equipment skills include mechanical ventilators, nasogastric and oral gastric tubes, Foley catheters, Plum A+ pumps and EPIC medical documentation system

· Perform head to toe assessments and being able to determine abnormal finding and provide proper nursing interventions and escalate care as seen within RN scope of practice

· Display critical understanding of hemodynamic monitoring and values.

· Coordinated with healthcare staff from various disciplines to devise, carry out and manage personalized care plans to benefit patient health and recovery.

· Assist with bedside procedures, including but not limited to emergency intubation, central line insertions and thoracentesis

· Providing central line and peripheral intravenous care including maintenance and removal. Titrating various intravenous medications, including by not limited to Insulin, Precedex, and Epinephrine.

· Providing emotional support to family members as appropriate.

Intensive Care Unit Nurse, 01/2017 to 04/2018
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  • Provided exceptional care to high-acute patients needing complex care such as ventilator management, extensive interventions titration management and heallth rehabilitation.
  • Monitored patient condition, including interpreting and tracking EKG readings, identifying irregular telemetry readings and updating team members on changes in stability or acuity.
  • Delivered outstanding care to patients with various diagnoses and managed care from treatment initiation through to completion.
  • Taught patients how to improve lifestyle choices, dramatically reducing chance of symptom reoccurrence.
  • Observed patients' vital signs and administered physician-prescribed medications and treatments.
  • Sustained quality standards by upholding internal and industry best practices.
Education
Bachelor of Science: Nursing Education, Expected in 12/2020 to Stevenson University - Stevenson, MD
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Associate of Science: Nursing Education, Expected in 12/2016 to Harford Community College - Bel Air, MD
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Certifications
  • NEONATAL RESUSCITATIONPROGRAM (NRP)

Expiration: November 2023


  • BASIC LIFE SUPPORT FOR HELATHCARE PROVIDERS

Expiration: November 2023



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School Attended

  • Stevenson University
  • Harford Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • Adjunct Clinical Nursing Instructor
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse Level 3
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse Level 3
  • Newborn Admission Nurse
  • Intensive Care Registered Nurse
  • Intensive Care Unit Nurse

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Science

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