Bridgette Muray

Bridgette Muray

Work History

Work History

Traveling RN

American Mobile Health

A Traveling nurse that have  traveled  locally and  nationally to work on short-term and long-term assignments. Continue to offer assessments and profesional skills to patients in hospitals and clinics to help supplement current nursing staff.  Responsibilities include treating patients, and providing advice and emotional support to patients, as well as, patients family members. Treating patients medically which  includes recording medical histories , performing diagnostic tests, and administering medications.  Working in most unit including telemetry, Orthopedics, Mental-Psychiatry, Medical-Surgical and PACU.


John Peter Smith Hospital
  • Provide specialized medical care in 33-bed Critical Care Telemetry unit.
  • Responsible for recognizing life threatening arrhythmias.
  • Complete Accurate recording and reporting of lab values following medical procedures and treatments.
  • Advocate for patients rights; strive to understand a patient’s needs and concerns.
  • Hardworking and energetic; flexible; adapt easily to change of environment and work schedules.
  • Maintain critical thinking skills essential to providing competent and dignified patient care.
    • Responsible for the caring of arterial lines.
    • Checking MAP and B/P, drawing ABG’s and various other labs.
    • Responsible for recording and calculating Cardiac Indexes and Cardiac Outputs SVR
Aug 2006 - Present

Register Nurse II

John Peter Smith Hospital


May 2008 - May 2009

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

University of Texas at Arlington
May 2002 - May 2004

Associate of Arts Degree

SouthWestern Adventist University
May 1998 - May 2000

Associates of Arts Degree

Tarrant County College



PICC Line Certified




Dedicated Registered Nurse (RN) with specialty experience in a Progessive  Acute Care Unit (PACU), seeking a a Internship in a Intensive Care Unit.  A leader that continues to develope  strong assessment and evaluation skills to identify life threatening arrhythmias for continue patient care.   Acuurate knowledge of  medication administration, management and training.  Expert in utilizing the nursing processto identify patients need for continuous  assessment in a Critical Care Unit.  Reliable, ethical healthcare provider with ability to stay calm and intervene during crises, facilitate groups and educational seminars, and collaborate on multidisciplinary teams. Proven ability to build positive relationships with patients, family members, physicians and other medical professionals.



Traveling Abroad

Shopping Abroad

Advancing in my Education

Cooking / Eating