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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

To provide professional leadership and oversight for nursing staff as a Unit Supervisor in the Mayo Clinic Health System - Albert Lea Medical Surgical and Special Care units.

Licenses

Minnesota Registered Nursing License - 1999 to present

Iowa Registered Nursing License - 2010 to present

Mayo Silver Quality Fellow Certification - exam and project completed Dec 2014

Mayo Bronze Quality Fellow Certification - Sept 2013

American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification - 2000 to present

American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification -1991 to present

Skill Highlights
  • Strong work ethic
  • Problem Solver
  • Efficient
  • Good communicator
  • Service oriented
  • Patient advocate
  • Ambitious
  • Innovative
  • Responsible
  • Strategic planning
  • Six Sigma Training
  • Process improvement strategies
  • Troubleshooting and problem solving
  • Flexible
  • Cost reduction and containment
Professional Experience
Registered Nurse, 08/2009 to Current
Uc Health, ,
  • Mayo Clinic Health System - Albert Lea Albert Lea, M N Responsibilities include assisting Mayo Cardiologists in providing a variety of services in a fast-paced intense environment while maintaining quality care.
  • Interaction with physicians and allied health staff from several different areas by arranging and coordinating emergent and elective transfers to Rochester Mayo for specialized care and procedures, providing patient education and assisting with Outreach telemedicine visits Independently conduct and monitor various types of cardiac stress tests and perform cardiac device interrogations and follow-up to over 300 pacemaker/defibrillator patients.
  • Involvement with the development of a low-molecular-weight heparin bridging protocol within the institution Member of the Sustaining the Mission-Albert Lea/Austin committee, a collaborative continuous improvement work group with the goal of identifying ways to work more efficiently and control costs.
Hospital Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Staff Registered Nurse, 08/2007 to 08/2009
Bickford Senior LivingShelby, ,
  • Responsibilities included monitoring of and caring for critically ill postoperative patients, weaning patients off ventilator support often utilizing a fast tract protocol, caring for patients with advanced support modalities including Ventricular Assist Devices (VAD) and ECMO and collaborating with the surgical team to maximize patient outcomes.
  • Cardiology Cath Lab Registered Nurse/Physician Extender.
, 01/2003 to 08/2007
Mayo Clinic, ,
  • Responsibilities included managing outpatients from admission to discharge, managing inpatients who undergo coronary intervention, monitoring telemetry and administering medications during the prep, procedure and recovery phases, providing patient education and providing emergency care for critically ill patients in a 24 hour on-call setting.
  • CV Success in the Heartland Committee member - weekly participation in quality improvement efforts focused on patient and staff satisfaction and service with a strong focus on promoting patient and family-centered care CathKIT Continuous Improvement Project Co-coordinator - co-led an American College of Cardiology- sponsored pilot effort within the Cath Lab to help improve efficiency of the lab Through the Eyes subcommittee member - participated in a benchmarking trip Sept 2005 to visit sites with established active patient and family centered councils Procedure Messenger Volunteer Coordinator - coordinated efforts with the Auxillary Volunteer staff in a pilot effort to improve communication with family members during patients' procedures.
Hospital Cardiac Intermediate Care Staff Registered Nurse, 10/1999 to 12/2002
Mayo Clinic - St. Mary's HospitalCity, ,
  • Responsibilities included providing direct patient care to high-risk postoperative patients ranging from pediatrics to elderly, serving as a patient advocate and a liaison to family members, monitoring cardiac telemetry and utilizing problem solving and time management skills to provide quality patient care.
  • Staff Development Committee member - identified staff development needs, educated staff and assisted with competency testing Internal Education Chair - approved and allocated internal education hours to interested individuals following departmental guidelines Unit Council member - advocated for and represented the needs of the staff utilizing shared decision making in this elected position Preceptor - served as a mentor for both experienced and new graduate nurses orienting to the unit Healthy Living with Heart Disease Class Instructor - taught both patients and family members about healthy lifestyle choices to help promote improved cardiac health.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Nursing, Expected in 5 1999
Creighton University - Omaha, NE
GPA:
Nursing Accelerated Nursing Curriculum
Bachelor of Arts: Exercise Science, Expected in 5 1998
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GPA: Recognized as Most Outstanding Exercise Science Major Graduated cum laude
Exercise Science Recognized as Most Outstanding Exercise Science Major Graduated cum laude
Masters of Business Administration: , Expected in 12 2006
University of St. Thomas St. Paul, M N - ,
GPA:
Interests
Community Involvement includes work with the United Way, Healthy Families and Early Childhood Family Education groups to bring the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program to Freeborn County which helps promote reading to preschool children and is associated with improvements in early childhood literacy rates Pre-school/Kindergarten Sunday School teacher - Grace Lutheran Church, Albert Lea, MN Volunteer work through The Children's Center in Albert Lea, MN Kutzky Park Neighborhood Association - participation in neighborhood and community improvement projects in downtown Rochester, MN
Skills
benchmarking, Continuous Improvement, Council, decision making, fast, focus, Instructor, managing, mentor, Nursing, problem solving, quality, quality improvement, Staff Development, telemetry, time management
Additional Information
  • Licenses Minnesota Registered Nurse License - 1999 to present Iowa Registered Nurse License - 2010 to present
  • Additional Information Community Involvement includes work with the United Way, Healthy Families and Early Childhood Family Education groups to bring the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program to Freeborn County which helps promote reading to preschool children and is associated with improvements in early childhood literacy rates Pre-school/Kindergarten Sunday School teacher - Grace Lutheran Church, Albert Lea, MN Volunteer work through The Children's Center in Albert Lea, MN Kutzky Park Neighborhood Association - participation in neighborhood and community improvement projects in downtown Rochester, MN

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School Attended

  • Creighton University
  • University of St. Thomas St. Paul, M N

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  • Hospital Cardiac Surgery Intensive Care Staff Registered Nurse
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