Highly skilled Intensive Care Nurse with 20 years of treating patients and coordinating care with other healthcare staff. Proven history of leveraging critical thinking, analysis and medical knowledge to deliver superior care in high-pressure environments. Prioritizes clinical and operational tasks in fast-paced emergency medicine settings. Well seasoned nursing professional offering proven clinical knowledge, natural interpersonal strengths and technical abilities. Knowledgeable about EMR charting, medication administration and interdisciplinary collaboration focused on optimizing patient care and support. Quality-focused and efficiency-driven leader.
Army Nurse Corps (Nov 2005-Present) As a nurse assigned to the 12-bed Intensive Care Ward, providing care for patients whose conditions are acute. Also, responsible for reporting to the clinical head nurse for planning and providing nursing care of a specialized and technical nature for the care and treatment of critically injured or ill, along with post-anesthesia patients. Nursing care is performed for those patients who require close observation, vital sign monitoring, complex nursing care, and mechanical respiratory assistance. Provide post-anesthesia recovery for patients after surgery. Provided direct supervision to subordinate nursing service personnel, performs additional duties as assigned by the Head Nurse and assets in other areas within the Combat Support Hospital as needed.
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