I have 6 years of nursing experience. I began in a telemetry unit at Danville Regional. I worked there for 6 months. I then moved to the ER, where I worked for 2 years in the same company. After that I worked in a nursing home for 6 months on the rapid admit and fresh out of the hospital hall, I was not happy with this company. I then started working in the float pool for Duke University Hospital. I worked there for 1 year and some months. I worked at Amedisys hospice for 2 years and some months. I am now still with hospice but with a different company since February of this year. I am also currently in school, I have finished my BSN and I am now working on my Masters degree as a Nurse Practitioner. I feel that I am highly trained as well as universally educated.
I don't just care for my patients in a medical aspect, I care for my patients emotional state as well as their spiritual state. I don't just work as a nurse, I am a nurse and I love being a nurse.
I have a current compact state nursing license of which I received in North Carolina. I am also current in a BLS.
In the float pool, I take care of a variety of patients. I am considered a medical surgical float pool nurse, but I also float to other floors often. I work on the psychiatry unit, mother/baby unit, emergency department, neuro/oncology, ortho-surgical, telemetry, medical and medical surgical units. I administer a variety of medications, IV, subcutaneous, intramuscular, P.O., as well as by feeding tube. I have charge nurse experience as well, I also orient other nurses to the units as well as precept and have student nurses. I do work that is considered CNA work, and I care for my patient beyond just a medical stand point. I care about the way that they emotions as well.
IV, IM, R, SQ, and transdermal medication administration.
Admissions and discharges.
Supervising of LPN's and CNA's
Coordinating care with physician, phlebotomist, laboratory, pharmacy, occupational therapist, rehabilitation, radiology, and nursing staff members.
Monitoring of surgical patients that have just come from the hospital.
Monitoring of VS and CBG, wound vac maintenance.
Telemetry/Cardiac nurse, from November of 2015 to March of 2016. Monitoring of pre and post cardiac surgical patients. Monitoring of patients with MI's. Admissions and discharges. Obtaining CBG's and VS's. Administration of IV, PO, IM and SQ medications. Coordinating care with other health care staff. Emergency room nurse from March of 2016 to March of 2017. Triage, admissions, assessments, obtaining VS, administering of medications, assisting with minor procedures, surgeries and sedations. Obtaining IV access as well as assisting in central line placement. Caring for a variety of patients, hyperthermic, hypothermic, patients with CVA, MI's, seizure patients, gunshot wounds, overdose, MVC accidents, etc.
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