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Clemson Letters for Service

Continuing Education Units 2014

Honors

Published Study

Power Point Class

Students

Work experience

Mar 2000Present

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

Greenville Hospital System

NNP in 86 bed level 3 NICU. 

Responsibilities include:

Care of Level 3 and level 2 infants

In-house night call

Resident education

Nursing continuing education

Teaching Neonatal Resuscitation

Protocol development 

Researcher

701 Grove Road

Greenville, SC 29605

Tel: 864 455-7165

Oct 2003Present

Nurse Practitioner

Oconee Pediatrics

Primary care of children from birth to 18 years of age.

Found, developed, the practice's electronic medical record.

Development of templates used in the electronic medical record.

Development of asthma program.

Precept nurse practitioners students from Clemson University and University of South Carolina.

Precept physician assistant students from Medical University physician of South Carolina.

15579 Wells Highway Seneca, SC 29678 Tel: 864-882-7800 Fax: 864-882-5908

Dec 1992Dec 2003

Nurse Practitioner

Saint Francis Women's Hospital

Level 2 NICU

Responsibility  included:

High risk delivery attendance 

24 hour in-house call

NNP evaluations and scheduling

Jan 1985Dec 1992

Nurse Practitioner

Greenville Menorial Hospital (now Greenviile Hospital System)

Level 3 NICU

24 hour in-house call

Development of bereavement program

Jun 1982Dec 1983

Staff RN

Greenville General Hospital (now Greenville Health System)

Level 3 NICU

Staff RN 

Education

Aug 2012Present

DNP

The Universtiy of Alabama

Expected graduation August 2014

Aug 2000May 2003

MSN

University of South Carolina
Jan 1984Dec 1984

Cerfiticate

University of Central Florida
Aug 1977May 1982

BS

Clemson University

Certifications

Aug 2003Aug 2018

Family Nurse Practitioner

ANCC
Jun 1985Jun 2016

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

NCC
Apr 2014Mar 2016

South Carolina Nursing License

LLR
Sep 2013Sep 2015

Neonatal Ressuscitation

AAP

DNP Milestones Checklist

Copy of cretifications

Capstone Project

Summary

Nursing has been my life. I started as a teen-volunteer at age 14 in the same hospital I still work in today. I have been able to see the world of nursing from many different sides. I have been a staff nurse, charge nurse, nurse practitioner, mentoring nurse, and a nurse researcher.  I have worked in the hospital and private practice. I love nursing because you can grow and develop, and it is never boring. Now I want to share some of the things I have learned with a younger group of nurses.

References

Availible on request