Pediatric Registered Nurse Resume Example

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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Compassionate, hardworking healthcare professional with over 16 years experience of nursing care providing exceptional expertise in clinical, community and leadership skills. Proficient in fast-paced emergency situations, adept in crisis management and continued assessment, treatment and care of patients. Successful in managing time, prioritizing tasks, and exercising the sound judgement required to improve the quality of patient care. Excellent communications skill and adept at working closely alongside administration, nurses, physicians and specialists to provide well-organized, comprehensive care. Strong skills in technical procedures with an emphasis on patient/family education.

  • Compassionate Nursing Care
  • Accurate & timely documentation
  • Self-motivated & disciplined
  • Strong interpersonal & written communication
  • Supportive of pain Management
  • Skilled with Conflict resolution & De-escalation
  • Ensuring safe injection practice
  • Inclined to assist physicians & staff
  • Experienced in Epic, Medi-tech, Microsoft Office, Word & Excel
  • Efficient in plans of care & reassessment
  • Skilled team leader & excellent communication
  • Proficient counseling & discharge planning
  • Strong & respectful patient advocacy
  • Data entry & process implementation
  • Steadfast professionalism
  • Proficient with quality control & safety
  • Patient and family advocacy
Work History
Pediatric Registered Nurse, 09/2019 to Current
Texas Health Resources Lewisville, TX,
  • Identified common pediatric and adolescent illnesses to plan and implement interventions and management.
  • Delivered high level of quality care to diverse populations while overseeing patient admission and triaging based on acuity and appropriate department admission.
  • Thrived in high volume atmosphere providing care ranging from wellness visits to illnesses, injuries, and life-threatening conditions.
  • Provided skilled, timely and level-headed emergency response to critically-ill patients.
  • Educated patients, families and caregivers on diagnosis and prognosis, treatment options, disease process and management and lifestyle options.
Gastroenterlogy Surgical Registered Nurse, 03/2017 to 08/2019
Texas Health Resources Keller, TX,
  • Responsible for assisting physicians, patient education, preparation and post-procedure recovery in rapid paced outpatient environment with teamwork, safety and communication being top priority.
  • Providing care for patients who have known or suspected problems with their gastrointestinal tracts, or patients undergoing treatment for such problems including assessment and obtaining all pertinent information in regards to patient, iv placements, administering medications, maintaining timely and accurate records of patient, assisting physicians during procedure to ensure optimal outcomes.
  • Strong development of one-to-one relationships with patients, excellent communication skills, emphasizing comfort, safety and education to patients.
Pediatric Registered Nurse, 12/2006 to 03/2017
Texas Health Resources Weatherford, TX,
  • Competently manage and prioritize the care of a face-paced Pediatric ED, with multiple beds, in a team-nursing environment.
  • Specialized in care of Pediatric patients, assessment, triage, administering medications and injections, treatment planning, evaluation, and charting of patient treatment and progress.
  • Proficient skills in rapid, competent care and management of acute Pediatric respiratory/cardiac arrest patients, including intimate family involvement and counselling.
  • Strong experience in development of plan of care, charting, discharge planning, mental health care, pain management, monitoring side effects, referring patients to community resources, observing all JCAHO and governmental regulations and ensuring quality control.
  • Monitored patient reactions after administering medications and IV therapies.
Pediatric Registered Nurse, 02/2005 to 12/2007
Community Rehabilitation Hospital South Indianapolis, IN,
  • Thrived in high volume atmosphere providing care ranging from wellness visits to illnesses, injuries, and life-threatening conditions.
  • Provided exceptional care to high-acute children and adolescents needing complex care such as ventilator management, extensive wound care and rehabilitation.
  • Partnered with physicians, social workers, activity therapists, nutritionists and case managers to develop and implement individualized care plans and documented all patient interactions and interventions in electronic charting systems.
  • Managed patients recovering from medical or surgical procedures, including facilitating wound care, ostomy care, pressure ulcer prevention and pain management.
  • Reviewed post-operative orders and continuously monitored patients' post-operative vitals, set up PCA and fluids and oriented patients to unit to achieve optimal outcomes.
  • Delivered outstanding care to patients with various diagnoses and managed care from treatment initiation through to completion.
  • Trained family members in how to care for patients and manage individual conditions.
Registered Nurse, 05/2004 to 02/2005
Pediatric Center The City, STATE,
  • Documented vitals and medical histories in patient charts when assessing patients and communicated patient information to physicians and other nurses for care continuity.
  • Observed and reported patient condition, progress and medication side effects to accurately document updates.
  • Vaccinated patients to protect individuals from measles, pneumonia, influenza and other illnesses of concern.
  • Delivered medications via oral, IV and intramuscular injections, monitoring responses to address new concerns.
  • Informed patients and families of effective treatment options and at-home care strategies, enhancing long-term outcomes.
  • Conferred with physicians to discuss diagnoses and devise well-coordinated treatment approaches.
  • Kept optimal supply levels in treatment rooms, triage and other areas to meet typical patient loads.
  • Safely administered flu and pneumonia vaccinations, providing education to customers on vaccines, dosage, indications, precautions, contraindications and potential side effects.
  • Recorded vital signs, monitored changes and communicated to physicians immediately.
  • Maintained constant communication with physician and other members of care team.
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE: , Expected in 05/2004
Howard Community College - Columbia, MD,

Howard Community College Associate Degree nursing and practical nurse certificate programs are fully accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.

  • Award of Excellence-St Agnes Hospital 2016
  • Certificate of Appreciation- St Agnes Hospital 2016
  • Award of 5yr Employment 2012

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS): Knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently and effectively manage critically ill infants and children, resulting in improved outcomes. Professional healthcare providers use PALS during the stabilization and transportation phases of a pediatric emergency, in or out of hospital.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS): Clinical interventions for the urgent treatment of cardiac arrest, stroke and other life-threatening medical emergencies, as well as the knowledge and skills to deploy those interventions.

Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC): Accurate assessment of a child with an acute illness or injury. Proficient knowledge and skills to provide expert care for patients from birth to adolescence. Efficiency in Pediatric Assessment, Triage, Early Intervention, Growth and Development, and Family Presence.

Basic Life Support (BLS): Basic leveL of medical care which is used for victims of life-threatening illnesses or injuries until they can be given full medical care

National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS): The NIHSS is a universal clinical stroke assessment tool to evaluate and document neurological status in acute stroke patients. The stroke scale is valid for predicting lesion size and can serve as a measure of stroke severity. The NIHSS has been shown to be a predictor of both short and long term outcome of stroke patients.

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School Attended
  • Howard Community College
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  • Pediatric Registered Nurse
  • Gastroenterlogy Surgical Registered Nurse
  • Pediatric Registered Nurse
  • Pediatric Registered Nurse
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