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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary

Dedicated, seasoned nursing professional with a strong background in emergency care and quality management. A collaborative team player 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.

Accomplishments
  • Collaborated with Cecille Lamorena, RN BSN in the development of Sepsis Nurse Practitioner Program in 2019 at St. Joseph Hospital.
  • Lead the St. Joseph Hospital Stroke Team program through preparation and acquisition of The Joint Commission Recertification for Primary Stroke Receiving Center in 2015 and 2017
Skills
  • Quality assurance
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Can stay calm in stressful situations
  • Able to collaborate in a multidisciplinary setting
  • Detail oriented and methodical
  • Proficient in maintaining EMR in compliance with HIPPA
  • Strong communication skills
  • Self-Motivated
  • Staff leadership
  • Electronic charting expertise
  • EMR / EHR
  • Strong clinical judgment
  • Acute care expertise
Clinical Experience
04/2019 to Current Sepsis Program Nurse/Coordinator Mercy Medical Center - Baltimore, Md | Nottingham, MD,
  • Supervised, directed and motivated high-quality performance from nursing staff.
  • Trained new nurses in proper care standards, operational procedures and safety protocols to optimize performance and safety in the care of the sepsis patient.
  • Maintained tight production timetables and quality standards to give audiences exceptional offerings.
  • Provided ongoing direction and leadership for program operations.
  • Spearheaded implementation of program rules, frameworks and toolkits to facilitate smooth change management process.
  • Assessed current trends to assist with decision making.
  • Motivated and directed staff to align operations with organizational mission using [Skill] and [Technique].
  • Entered data in [Type] system and handled database maintenance.
  • Coordinated work between multiple departments.
  • Planned and executed meetings to connect organizational representatives, community members and clients.
  • Met and collaborated with department managers, quality management, and nursing peer review to uncover issues, identify applicable solutions and offer guidance in process improvement of the sepsis program.
  • Evaluated program operations, successes and deficiencies to identify concerns and recommend strategies to enhance processes and elevate results.
  • Interviewed and recommended nurse practitioners for hire.
  • Gathered and organized all printed materials required for program participation.
  • Established goals and created action plans to achieve goals.
  • Reserved classrooms and meeting rooms across campus for program activities and managed room list.
  • Adjusted program mechanics to account for changing conditions.
  • Maintained regular communication between departments via one on one coaching, email, and phone calls to coordinate program logistics.
  • Worked alongside sepsis program physician lead, regional and system sepsis team members to outline and implement program plans and objectives.
  • Implemented strategies to increase program effectiveness.
  • Led onboarding activities for 6 nurse practitioners who work with the St. Joseph Hospital of Orange (SJO) Code Sepsis Program interdisciplinary team implementing and delivering effective care to the sepsis patients across the continuum of care.
  • Designed educational and clinical expertise to help optimize training courses and boost student learning.
  • Supported clinical education through sepsis education planning for all new hires to review SJO Sepsis protocols.
  • Strived to continuously update course content based on current trends and technological advancements in healthcare.
  • Organized short-term educational programs such as lectures and workshops to address specific clinical topics.
  • Remain up to date on clinical protocols, procedures and developments within Sepsis to serve as informational resource to students.
  • Audited charts and reviewed clinical documents to verify accuracy.
  • Evaluated patient care systems for potential areas of improvement such as [Type] and [Type] and proposed solutions and consequent curriculum adjustments.
02/2018 to 04/2019 Clinical Nurse II St. Joseph Hospital | City, STATE,
  • Ability to take immediate actions for patients requiring live-saving measures and stabilization
  • Complete physician orders timely give timely to assist in compliance with CMS regulations.
  • Patient advocate implementing total care through a team nursing process
  • Serve as the emergency room resource for stroke, ICH, and sepsis care
  • Active member and emergency room lead of the "Code Sepsis" team responsible for continued education of the emergency room staff resulting in increased 3 & 6 hour bundle compliance to 81%
  • Demonstrate awareness of literature in the area of evidenced-based practice.
  • Assures quality through application of policy, procedure, standards of care, clinical pathways and protocols
  • Competent in comprehensive patient/family physical assessment demonstrating the ability to integrate cultural, psychosocial and spiritual needs of the population served.
  • Provide emotional/behavioral support and supervision for those with psychiatric diagnoses
  • Persistent in evaluating patient care needs, prioritizing treatment, in-order to maintain patient flow
  • Competent in providing proper discharge instructions to patients and families.
05/2014 to 02/2018 Clinical Outcomes Coordinator/Stroke Program Manager St. Joseph Hospital | City, STATE,
  • Assumes responsibility and accountability for the overall administration of the Stroke Center program,  at St. Joseph Hospital
  • Monitors quality utilization, program outcome indicators and monitors implementation of data to achieve established targets based on TJC, CDHP, and other applicable regulatory agencies
  • Effectively collects and uses data in decision-making related to stroke, sepsis, and STEMI program goals (ECC unit level, Hospital level)
  • Actively participated in assigned St. Joseph Hospital of Orange stroke program, sepsis, and STEMI program collaboratives, committees, and meetings
  • Participates in Performance Improvement processes for the stroke, sepsis and STEMI programs (ECC unit level, Hospital level)
  • Performs the role of hospital stroke coordinator and maintains compliance/requirements as per hospital policy.
  • Identifies problems, possible solutions and follow through in a timely manner.
  • Responsible for global program education to staff and physicians regarding changes in stroke program elements and reports activities through UBC and other program monitoring reports. 
  • Performs additional duties and completes associated projects as assigned by the Director/Manager.
01/2005 to 05/2014 Clinical Nurse II, Emergency Room St. Joseph Hospital | City, STATE,

·   Able to take immediate action for patients requiring live-saving measures and stabilization  

·   Complete physician orders timely give timely to assist in compliance with CMS regulations. 

·   Patient advocate implementing total care through a team nursing process 

·   Serve as the emergency room resource for stroke, ICH, and sepsis care

·   Active member and emergency room lead of the "Code Sepsis" team responsible for continued education of the emergency room staff resulting in increased 3 & 6 hour bundle compliance to 81%

·   Demonstrate awareness of literature in the area of evidenced-based practice.

·   Assures quality through application of policy, procedure, standards of care, clinical pathways and protocols

·   Competent in comprehensive patient/family physical assessment demonstrating the ability to integrate cultural, psychosocial and spiritual needs of the population served.

·   Provide emotional/behavioral support and supervision for those with psychiatric diagnoses 

·   Persistent in evaluating patient care needs, prioritizing treatment, in-order to maintain patient flow 

·   Competent in providing proper discharge instructions to patients and families.

Education
Expected in 2015 BSN | Nursing The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX GPA:
Expected in 2001 Associate of Arts | Nursing Golden West College, Huntington Beach, CA GPA:
Expected in Master of Science | Nursing Walden University, Minneapolis, MN GPA:

Current Student of MSN: Leadership Track

Certifications

BLS certified - Basic Life Support,  American Heart

ACLS certified - Advanced Cardiac Life Support, American Heart

PALS certified - Pediatric Advanced Life Support, American Heart

NIH Stroke Scale certified 11/2016

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School Attended

  • The University of Texas at Arlington
  • Golden West College
  • Walden University

Job Titles Held:

  • Sepsis Program Nurse/Coordinator
  • Clinical Nurse II
  • Clinical Outcomes Coordinator/Stroke Program Manager
  • Clinical Nurse II, Emergency Room

Degrees

  • BSN
  • Associate of Arts
  • Master of Science

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