Perioperative Master Clinician
Nursing involves providing holistically, safe, quality care of a patient with three pillars in mind: education, attention to detail and effective communication. I believe nurses must constantly educate themselves on what the best practices are and share this information with the patient and healthcare team. Paying attention to detail involves listening to what is going on in a patient’s life and understanding exactly what the healthcare plan is. A nurse demonstrates effective communication if they are advocating for the patient in a clear professional manner either orally or in writing.
Prepared as a Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist to manage care across the continuum through three spheres of influence: patient, nurse, system.
In charge of 2 room endoscopy suite performing over 200 procedures annually
Supervised 3 paraprofessional personnel and 2 RNs
Provided nursing care to 1000 injured soldiers, civilians, detainees, and pediatric patients.
Facilitated the successful transfer of 1.4K casualties into the Air Force Aeromedical Evacuation system
Prepared as an advanced practice nurse to manage care across the continuum through three spheres of influence: patient, nurse, system.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
As the only accredited credentialing program for perioperative registered nurses, CNOR certification is the gold standard. Earning the CNOR credential is a mark of distinction and a highly sought after personal as well as professional accomplishment.
Air Force Commendation Medal
Army Commendation Medal (x3)
Joint Service Achievement Medal
Treatment Options for Obstructive Sleep Apnea