Seeking the position in nursing that best utilizes skills obtained from clinical experience and academic study
to Current The Miriam Hospital Magnet Hospital – Providence,
3 North Medical-Surgical Unit/Total Joint Center Responsible for patient care and act as a patient advocate in the application of the nursing process for medical and surgical patients Orthopedic Center of Excellence collaborate with physicians, physical therapists and others on the multidisciplinary team to provide the highest quality, most efficient care to total joint patients.
to Current Community Health Services
American Heart Association.
Nursing Student Associate Float05/2010
to 05/2011 Rhode Island Hospital
Responsible for patient care under supervision of the RN on medical and surgical units.
to 05/2011 URI Center for Human Services
Office work including data entry, filling, courier, receptionist Continuing Education & Research Completed six month graduate nurse residency class at TMH Completed evidence based project on delirium with professional presentation Organizations and Volunteer.
Clinical experience in geriatric, medical-surgical, maternity, psychiatric , community health, pediatric, intensive care and ambulatory care settings Performed comprehensive nursing assessments Utilized the nursing process in providing care Applied principles of critical thinking skills and problem solving in caring for patients Communicated and collaborated effectively with clients, families, and other health care professionals.
The Miriam Hospital
3N Unit Council Member.
work with fellow RN's to discuss current nursing practices, set guidelines and goals to improve safety, efficacy and overall quality nursing care as well as patient and staff satisfaction.
RN, VolunteerProvidence Free Clinic – Providence,
Bachelor of Science: NursingUniversity of Rhode Island-
Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society Member, 2010- Present University of Rhode Island Honors Program Member, 2008-2011 Licensure Registered Nurse State of Rhode Island License # RN49807