rn iv nursing supervisor resume example with 13+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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interpersonal skills

Critical thinking

Driven professional with [Number]-year history of high-quality quality care to [Type] patients. Highly skilled in managing drug and medical inventories, advising and educating patients, and staff development and training. Demonstrated success in devising strategies to enhance organizational performance and patient outcomes.

Compassionate Nursing professional demonstrating exemplary skills in direct patient care and healthcare team support.

Efficient worker dedicated to thorough [Job title] assistance. Knowledgeable about [Area of expertise] patients and [Type] treatments with excellent attention to detail. Committed to following [Type] procedures for top-notch patient services.

Knowledgeable and compassionate Nursing staff member with [Number]+ years of [Job Title] experience. Diligent about serving all facets of patient medical and personal needs. Focused on delivering high-quality care to individuals of all backgrounds while protecting patient safety and promoting satisfaction with facility services.

  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
RN IV - Nursing Supervisor, 01/2008 to Current
DMH/Metro Boston MHUCity, STATE,
  • Investigated and reported all accidents fully, leveraging new knowledge to improve protections for patients and staff.
  • Enforced disease prevention protocols among staff members, patients and visitors.
  • Completed daily rounds of nursing department to verify nursing service personnel performance alignment acceptable nursing standards.
  • Ensured the correct number of staffers was maintained to meet budget parameters while ensuring high levels of patient care.
  • Imparted medical, operational and patient care knowledge to junior nurses to maximize performance and quality of team operations.
  • Ensured HIPAA rules and regulations were carefully followed.
  • Created and integrated new nursing protocols designed to improve patient outcomes while minimizing medical errors.
  • Called upon staff members to discuss patient care and treatment.

Ensures safe staffing levels across all units. Collaborates with Nurse Manager on issues relating to a specific unit and collaborates with other members of nursing administration and the LSH's administration on issues that affect the entire hospital. Promotes an environment of trauma-informed care, least restrictive interventions, and ensures qualified personnel assume the “lead” during all incidents of patient escalation, using restraint or seclusion only as a last resort. Supervises and provides leadership to nursing staff by utilizing professional standards of practice to ensure that patients receive appropriate care and treatment. Responds to, assesses, participates in and evaluates all emergency response activities involving nursing staff in order to ensure patient and staff safety, and communicates with the MBMHU Director or designee and/or the MBMHU Director of Nursing in a timely manner as appropriate.• Performs initial investigation of incidents and accidents that occur to patients or staff while ensuring proper care is given. Ensures appropriate reporting, documentation and follow-up of administrative issues and nursing concerns. Collaborates with the Staff Education Department in the identification of educational needs on assigned shift and serves as an educational resource in order to assist in and promote the development of nursing staff members. Supports and assists with the promotion of staff development. Adheres to hospital policy regarding confidentiality of patient information.

RN IV Night Charge Nurse, to
DMH Metro Boston MHUCity, STATE,
  • Improved operations by working with team members and customers to find workable solutions.
  • Performs all charge responsibilities for all staff (Nurses and Mental Health Workers) for their assigned shift. Performs emergency assessment and evaluation of a client in crisis, develops a crisis intervention plan with staff. Oversees, documents and participates in medication administration. Communicates to Nurse Manager, Shift Nursing Supervisor and interdisciplinary team in any changes in patient needs and/or mental status. Acts as code blue (medical emergency) and code grey coordinator for their shift. Implements treatment plans using sound clinical judgement, demonstrated through the use of initiative, good decision making ability and follow through with goals and plans.Adheres to hospital policy regarding confidentiality of patient information (HIPPA).Handled all delegated tasks, including [Task] and [Task].

RN III Staff Nurse, 01/2008 to 01/2019
DMH Metro Boston MHUCity, STATE,
  • Achieved cost-savings by developing functional solutions to [Type] problems.
  • Improved operations by working with team members and customers to find workable solutions.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
  • Recognized by management for providing exceptional customer service.
  • Provides nursing care for patients by following professional standards in order to maintain quality care.Adheres to hospital policy regarding confidentiality of patient information. Identifies and addresses patient needs by performing nursing assessments and developing nursing interventions. Assumes charge nurse responsibility on an as needed basis to provide critical thinking, prioritization and delegation of patient care needs.
    Supervises employees of a lesser grade in order to maintain a high level of quality care.
    Performs duties of medication nurse by administering medication, communicating with physicians, transcribing orders maintaining controlled count and documenting to maintain accurate records.Works with patients by providing instruction to facilitate the independent management of their personal, hygiene and health needs.
    Admits, transfers and discharges patients, coordinating health care services to ensure continuity of care following established standards. Identifies, evaluates and responds to changes in patient conditions, documenting and reporting such changes to appropriate person to ensure prompt response to patient needs.Provides psychosocial support to patients as needed.
    Maintains professional proficiencies by attending and participating in in-service trainings and educational programs to foster growth and development. Practices Principals of collaboration, assessment, recovery and environment of care to provide a safe environment.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Nursing, Expected in 1997 to University of Boston Massachusetts - Boston, MA,

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School Attended

  • University of Boston Massachusetts

Job Titles Held:

  • RN IV - Nursing Supervisor
  • RN IV Night Charge Nurse
  • RN III Staff Nurse


  • Bachelor of Science

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