womens health clinical consultant resume example with 18 years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Enthusiastic individual with superior skills in working in both team-based and independent capacities. Bringing strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills to any setting. Excited to begin new challenge with successful team.

  • API/ Timekeeper
  • Auditing Charts
  • Clinical team collaboration
  • Member of Clinical Councils
  • Crisis Management Training
  • Customer service
  • NRP Instructor
  • Maternal Hemorrhage Champion
  • Managing Women's & Children's Unit
  • Complete annual evaluations/Performance Management
  • Staffing/ Scheduling
  • System Administrator
  • Triage
  • Clinical staff management
  • Skilled in clinical interventions
  • Clinical leadership and supervision
  • Electronic health records systems (Meditech, Power Chart Maternity, Fetalink)
  • Working with consultants (Cerner Corp)
  • Healthcare staff interaction
  • Clinical supervision
  • Strong clinical background
Women's Health Clinical Consultant, 08/2017 to Current
Memorial Healthcare SystemWellington, FL,
  • Represented Cerner Corporation by working as a Women's Health Clinical Consultant delivering Cerner's Electronic Medical Record (EMR) solutions (Power Chart Maternity and Fetalink) to customers located throughout the country.
  • Helped to customize and deliver Power Chart Maternity and Fetalink solutions by working with Managers/ Directors and then providing the training needed for a successful go-live events.
  • Utilized Data Collection Workbooks (DCW) to compile data gathered from Unit Directors/Managers to customize their EMR.
  • Collaborated with Women's Health Consultants, Managers/Directors, Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), and Ancillary departments to provide a complete and fluid workflow in that solution.
  • Provided excellent service and attention to customers when face-to-face (on-site), video Teams meeting or through phone conversations.
  • Attended departmental meetings, providing feedback to enhance future performance (Cerner Corp team meetings as well as meetings with clients on decisions being discussed and made.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
  • Recognized by management for providing exceptional customer service.
Patient Care Leader, 01/2006 to 08/2017
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community HospitalLos Angeles, CA,
  • Assist in managing the daily operations of the unit.
  • Monitoring patient/staff ratios daily to ensure that unit remains within AWHONN guidelines with patient safety being the focus.
  • System Administrator for the GE Quantitative Charting System.
  • Interfaced QS to Meditech using a third-party vendor, Iatrics.
  • Serve as a "Super User" and support staff in learning and implementing new systems, processes, or learning to use new equipment (ie.
  • GE/QS, Cerner, API, Hemocue/Pyxis/Hearing Screen/Hugs/Nitrous Oxide/Panda warmers).
  • Develop and review the monthly unit schedule with the Staffing office/Nursing Council and make schedule changes as appropriate (considering vacations, FMLAs, shift trades, and call-ins).
  • Calculate and post "Scheduled ONCALL" calendar for staff to sign up, then audit this calendar.
  • Review and approve Timekeeper/API biweekly, assisting staff with timecard questions/issues.
  • Complete monthly OMRRs (Ongoing Medical Record Reviews) auditing and reviewing patient charts, PPEs (Person Protective Equipment), Hand Hygiene, Quality Improvements, Pain Audits, and "Frequently Used Items".
  • Complete 90-day evaluations, Annual Employee Evaluations, and Coachings (Performance Management).
  • Perinatal Educator- Women & Children's Center SBLHC.
  • Educating expectant mothers and support persons on the labor, delivery, and post-partum processes.
  • Match new hires with preceptor and their schedule, and oversee orientation process; created "New Hire Orientation Packets" and modified the "Personal References Guide" to assist new hire's transition into new role.
  • Serve in the Charge Nurse role as needed, working clinically on the unit with nursing staff to insure exceptional patient care.
Staff Registered Nurse, 07/2005 to 01/2006
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community HospitalCompton, CA,
  • Coordinated care with physicians and other clinical staff to prepare for treatment, carry out interventions and enhance continuum of care to deliver comprehensive services.
  • Educated patients and families on treatment strategies and at-home care.
  • Administered oral, intramuscular and IV medications to patients and monitored responses.
  • Answered patient questions and provided take-home materials for further information.
  • Immunized patients against diseases such as influenza and pneumonia to protect vulnerable populations from serious illnesses.
  • Monitored and educated nursing students and externs on proper care procedures and prioritization strategies.
  • Conducted patient assessments and diagnostic tests to provide physician with important patient health information used to create focused treatment plans and manage ongoing care.
  • Imparted medical, operational and patient care knowledge to junior nurses to maximize performance and quality of team operations.
  • Used facility EMR system to update patient records, transmit prescriptions and transfer files.
  • Reviewed physician orders and implemented therapies, treatments, and medications.
  • Monitored and recorded patient condition, vital signs, recovery progress and medication side effects.
  • Maintained 24-hour report book and provided oncoming shift with full patient status reports.
  • Prioritized patient care assignments based on patient condition, responding to unanticipated interruptions while delegating care to achieve optimal, safe and effective outcomes.
Staff Registered Nurse, 04/2003 to 06/2005
Geary Community Hospital, Women's CenterCity, STATE,
  • Orientated as a Labor and Delivery staff nurse with responsibilities including care of the triage patient, labor patient, postpartum mother/infant couplets, pediatrics, gynecological, and female medical patents.
  • Floated to other units within the health care system as needed during times of low census (CCU, ER, Medical/Surgical, Mental Health).
  • Trained to precept newly hired nursing staff.
Education and Training
Advanced Cardiac Life Support: , Expected in 2017
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Committees and councils
Certified Lactation Counselor: , Expected in 2016
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Neonatal Resuscitation Program / Instructor renewed certification: , Expected in 2016
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Crisis Management Training/Certification: , Expected in 2016
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Bachelor of Science: Nursing Degree, Expected in 2003
Baker University School of Nursing - Topeka, Kansas
Activities and Honors
  • Relationship Based Care Council
  • Safety Coach, "Team Up for Safety"
  • Women and Children's Council Facilitator
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    School Attended

    • Baker University School of Nursing

    Job Titles Held:

    • Women's Health Clinical Consultant
    • Patient Care Leader
    • Staff Registered Nurse
    • Staff Registered Nurse


    • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
    • Certified Lactation Counselor
    • Neonatal Resuscitation Program / Instructor renewed certification
    • Crisis Management Training/Certification
    • Bachelor of Science

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