To obtain a position which builds on my strengths and knowledge of educating patients, providing care for patients with chronic disease and will expand my professional clinical practice.
MD Registered Nurse #R200415
BLS-Basic Life Support since 3/2019
ACLS since 4/2019
Currently, I work at Sinai Hospital, Progressive Coronary Unit (PCU). It is a telemonitor floor. I work in a 4-1 patient ratio. As a staff nurse, I pay close attention to the patients' telemonitor for any abnormal or life threatening cardiac arrhythmias. I am the bridge and advocate for my patients and their health care providers. I administer medication, draw bloodwork, admit and discharge patients in a timely manner. I treat each patient as genuine human being, explaining medical verbiage in simple terms for the patient to comprehend. As an occupational nurse at the Social Security Administration Headquarters, I respond to various emergent situations, quickly assessing the client to determine the status of their condition. In addition to these duties, I assess, educate, treat and refer clients on a case to case bases as they arrive to the clinic. I administer allergy serum to clients who are in the allergy program. I provide flu shot to all Federal Employees. I bring to the table an ability to be flexible, work autonomously, learn quickly, and work respectfully and collaboratively with a group towards optimal patient outcomes.
Phone Number: 410-238-7393
Phone Number: 410-585-0467
Evidence Based Practice to decrease hospitalization of community based patients receiving dialysis 2017
Notre Dame of Maryland University, student project in Nursing 400 Information Systems of Caring Practice
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