Dedicated and compassionate prospective New Graduate Registered Nurse with progressive experiences in leadership, teamwork, and compassionate patient care. Proven ability to remain calm under pressure and skillfully handle patients and high-stress situations. Consistently developing strong relationships with patients and families through empathetic communication, respectful attitude and excellent customer service. Regarded as hardworking and driven. Eager for opportunity to apply exceptional nursing skills in a New Graduate Nurse Residency Program.
Risk to Resilience Lab Research Assistant, May 2019-Present
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Future Physician Leaders Program Intern, June 2016-August 2016
UC Riverside School of Medicine, Riverside, CA
▪Engaged in community service and leadership with the mentorship of a variety of healthcare professionals including physicians, dentists, nurses, medical students, local city staff, and medical school faculty and staff with the Leadership Lecture Series which consisted of lectures, workshops, and group discussions on topics related to the path of medicine.
▪ Worked to help improve healthcare access and community health by researching and assessing availability of and access to resources for cancer patients in Riverside County and by compiling statistics and data of the most prevalent types of cancer in the region based on multiple demographics, and also demonstrated the need for more resources to be available to the diverse patients and multiple types of cancer affecting the area, through the Community Service and Research Project.
▪ Presented the findings, together with a group of three other individuals, to a panel of influential community members, including the Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem of Temecula; the City Managers of Temecula, Murrieta, and Menifee; the CEO of Temecula Valley Hospital; the Dean of the UC Riverside School of Medicine; as well as various city employees, during a special organized meeting held to introduce the Mayor of Temecula's Regional Cancer Treatment Task Force.
▪ Served as the group co-facilitator and delegated tasks to each member based on areas of research.
COPE Health Solutions Health Scholars Intern, March 2014- July 2015
Riverside Community Hospital, Riverside, CA
▪ Completed more than 300 hours of volunteer service in a hands-on clinical, patient-care setting.
▪ Assisted certified nurse assistants, technicians, registered nurses, and physicians with patient care tasks such as bathing, feeding, and ambulating.
▪ Attended to patients' needs and wishes and monitored their comfort level and satisfaction with their care.
▪ Took patients' vitals in the triage section of the Emergency Department, as well as the mother-baby unit.
▪ Rotated among the medical surgical unit, transplant unit, Emergency Room, labor and delivery, and mother-baby unit.
▪ Recognized by the medical surgical and transplant unit nurses and staff for exceptional service and dedication.
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