Rn Resume Examples

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  • Currently work in ICU, as a staff RN.  
  • Team Lead when needed along with acting in a preceptor role for new hires and RN students.
  • I go above and beyond to ensure that I work well with other staff members, physicians, family members, admin staff, and accrediting agencies. 
  • I am not required to, but also come in with a positive attitude each morning.
  • Present to work in a clean professional manner. 
  • Follow hospital policies and assist other staff members with information and hands on work as necessary especially when we are at full capacity. 
  • Administer local, inhalation, intravenous, or other anesthetics.

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  • Knowing treatment plans and options for various life-threatening medical conditions
  • Assess a patient’s condition, begin treatments and assist doctors with any required medical procedures.
  • Inform physician of patient’s condition post anesthesia.
  • Perform physical examinations, make tentative diagnoses, and treat patients en route to hospitals or at disaster site triage centers.

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  • Conduct specified laboratory tests.
  • Instruct individuals, families, or other groups on topics such as health education, disease prevention, or childbirth and develop health improvement programs.
  • Prepare patients for and assist with examinations or treatments.
  • Direct or coordinate infection control programs, advising or consulting with specified personnel about necessary precautions.

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  • Administer intravenous anesthetics for beside procedures.
  • Knowing treatment plans and options for various life-threatening medical conditions in an ICU setting
  • Volunteer to work extra hours when staffing needs arise.
  • Worked as Circulating RN for pediatrics and adults surgeries. Directing scrub techs and assuring all necessary supplies, consents, and physician supply needs are met. 

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  • Record patients’ medical information,monitor Vital signs
  • Inform physician of patient’s condition and or changes inacuity
  • Administer local, inhalation, intravenous, or other medications
  • Started the CVOR team when El Paso Physicians moved their practice to Las Cruces. This included managing the the team, clinic hours for post op patients, standing by for CVL procedures done by cardiologist, ordering and inventory supplies.

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  • Charge Nurse
  • Evaluation and management of critically injured burn and trauma patients
  • Facilitating a good learning environment as a Nurse Fellow, to Critical Care Nurse Interns
  • Instructing newly hired nurses in patient care, detailed charting and hospital protocol

rn, med surg, icu ccu charge, relief house supervisor until 1995 thencritical care traveling rn through 2000

  • Intensive monitoring of all aspects of patient care, minute by minute titration of vasoactive drugs and oxygen therapy on and off ventilator, cpap, nasal 02, breathing treatments, dialysis etc
  • Maintain accurate, detailed reports and records in an intensive care setting necessary to titrate drugs, wean ventilation, assess proper oxygenation and maintain adequate cardiac output as assessed with various means as ABG’s, Swan Ganz lines, Doppler, and CMS. Management and timing of IABP, Timing of pacemakers, administration of drugs including oral, IV, IM, SC, NG, and in code instances intra tracheal tube if no access otherwise
  • ICU CCU CVU, Med Surg Management of units as well as relief House Supervisor, coordination of organ retrieval process, code status and end of life decisions with patient and family, Administration of life saving methods, blood products and drugs per Protocol and in accordance with patients wishes and Spiritual and cultural decisions.
  • Order, interpret, and evaluate diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient’s Neurological, Respiratory, Cardiac, GI, Renal, and multi system organ systems to assure the most positive outcomes and survivals
  • Pre op and pre proceedure education of all involved, post op, post PTCA Stenting, Post cardiovascular surgeries and recoveries, post trauma, Burns, MVA’s, GSW’s, and Cardioversions as well as arranging care flights of patients to higher levels of trauma hospitals when needed
  • Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients’ responses and conditions, in conjunction with patients’ immediate personal, spiritual, and emotional needs, families needs, and in accordance with hospital protocols and BRN and in compliance with appropriate medical orders as written and reviewed with Medical Specialists with up to date reporting and re evaluation with MD when conditions required changes.

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  • Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in  vent dependent patients.
  • Inform physician of patient’s conditions
  • Administer and render prescribed respiratory treatments.
  • Provide health care, immunizations and assistance in rehabilitation.
  • Direct or supervise less-skilled nursing care in providing care.

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  • Monitor medication dosages, routes, and frequencies based on patients’ characteristics such as age and gender.
  • Monitor medications based on efficacy, safety.
  •  Treat complex, unstable, comorbid, episodic, or emergency conditions in collaboration with other health care providers as necessary.
  • Urgent care patient triage

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  • Provide direct nursing care to an average caseload of 25 residents 
  • Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in residents’ conditions
  • Consult and coordinate with healthcare team members to assess, plan, implement, or evaluate resident care plans.
  • Provide a thorough assessment to resident upon admission to facility and review orders with physician
  • Provide teaching to resident and their families discharging from facility