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RN TRAVEL NURSE

ALBANY MEDICAL CENTER

20 BED TRAUMA NEURO ICU . WITH FLOAT TO ED , LEVEL ONE TRAUMA  TEACHING CENTER

RN-TRAVEL NURSE

SENECA HOSPITAL

4 BED RURAL ER WITH FLOAT TO MED SURG

Jun 2013Present

ER Nurse

Baylor Scott & White All Saints

Staff Nurse  25 bed ER

Jan 2009Oct 2011

RN-TRAVEL NURSE

LAC+USC MEDICAL CENTER

October 2005 -2007

January 2009 -October 2011

150 bed  level one trauma center, teaching facility, 12 trauma bays,  fast track area , psych er, jail er , peds er,

observation area Relief Charge Nurse , Triage Nurse

May 2010Oct 2010

ER TRAVEL RN

CHRISTUS ST MICHAEL'S

20 bed emergency room

Feb 2008Jan 2009

RN-TRAVEL -NURSE

OMAHA CHILDRENS HOSPITAL

Childrens Hospital , Emergency room is approx  20 bed unit ,  with fast track area,  trauma bays and monitored beds

Oct 2007Jan 2008

RN-TRAVEL NURSE

PHOENIX CHILDRENS HOSPITAL

24 BED EMERGENCY ROOM

Oct 2005Oct 2007

RN-TRAVEL NURSE

LAC+USC MEDICAL CENTER
Jul 2005Oct 2005

RN-TRAVEL NURSE

Pacifica Hospital

7 bed er

Mar 2005May 2005

RN-TRAVEL NURSE

Bakersfield Memorial

30 bed ER

Jun 1998Feb 2000

RN STAFF NURSE

BROWARD GENERAL

60 BED ER  TRAUMA ONE TEACHING  CENTER,  Staff Nurse , Triag Nurse , Relief Charge Nurse

May 1983May 1998

RN STAFF

COVENANT HEALTH CENTER

1983-1985 MED SURG  AS LVN

1983-1993 ICU AS LVN

1993-1996 ICU AS RN

1996-1998 ER AS RN

Education

Jun 1990Dec 1993

BSN

TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
May 1982May 1983

LVN

South Plains College

Skills

MISCELLANEOUS
CAN WORK INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH :   Administration of Antivenom Aminal bites Triage Proceedures Proceedure for Patient Leaving AMA Consent for Treatment of the Minor
EENT
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH :   Ear Irrigation Eye Irrigation Removal of Contact lens Visual Acuity Set up for Florescein/Woods Lamp Application of Eye Medications Use of Morgan lens Irrigation  
PEDIATRICS
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY WITH THE CARE OF THE  PEDIATRIC  PATIENT WITH :   Cardiac / Respiratory Arrest Calulating Emergency Medication Dosages Braslow Knowledge  of  Normal Lab Values Near Drowning Overdose/Poison Asthma Bronchiolitis Epiglotitis Reporting of Suspected  Child Abuse
MEDICATION THERAPY
CAN FUCNTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF THE PATIENT RECIEVEING :   Adenosine Aminophyilline Atropine Anticoagulants Anticovulsants Antibiotics Antihypertensives Barbituate Induced Coma Charcoal Cardizem Cordarone Decadron Dilatin Dopamine Diuretics Epinephrine Inotropes ( Digoxin , Dobutrex, Primacar) Inocar Insulin Infussions Isuprel Kayexolate Lidocaine Mannitol Narcotic Antagonist Narcotic Analgesics Nitrogylcerin Nipride Solu-Medrol TPA Vasopressin Conscious Sedation      
OB/GYN
CAN WORK INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH :   Assist in Emergency Delivery Plecenta Previa Abrupto Placenta Spontaneous Abortion Hemorrhage Assist with Pelvic Exam Pre-eclampsia/Eclampsia Communicable Diseases Rape Victim Domestic Violence
INFECTIOUS DISEASES
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH:   Hepatitis HIV MRSA VRE H1N1 C-Difficile TB Isolation Precautions  
ONCOLOGY
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH :   Bone Marrow Transplants Leukemia Lymphoma Radiation Implants   NOT CHEMOTHERAPY CERTIFIED
INTRAVENOUS THERAPY
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH :   Central Line Broviak Hickman Groshong PICC Line Intraosseous Line Rapid fluid Infusser  
WOUUND MANAGEMENT
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF TH EPATIENT WITH :   Multiple Abdominal Wounds and Drains Gunshot Wounds Stab Wounds Lacerations Set Up and Assist with Staple/Sutures Suture/Staple Removal Application of Steri-Strips Hazardous Materials Exposure Radition Exposure Burns :  First Degree, Second Degree, Third Degree, Rule of Nines, Fluid Resusitation, Electrical Burns  
ENDOCRINE /METABOLIC
CAN  FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE CARE OF THE [PATIENT WITH :   Adrenal Disorders Diabetic Ketoacidosis Hypothyroidism Pituitary Disorders Thyroidectomy  
RENAL / GENITOURNARY
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY :   CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH :   AV Fistula Suprapubic Catheter Hemodialysis  Periteneal Dialysis Nephrostomy Tube Periteneal Lavage Acute Renal Failure Renal Transplant Nephrectomy TURP      
GASTROINTESTINAL
CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH :   GI Bleed Gastric Lavage Nasogastric Insertion Salem Sump PEG Tube Acute Cholecystitis Bowel Obstruction Cirrohsis G I surgery Pancreatitis Liver Failure LIver Transplant Acute Abdominal Pain Liver Failure Abdominal Trauma Evisceration
ORTHOPAEDICS
CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH :   Brace/ Spint/ Application Halo Traction Crutchfeild Tongs Fracture/ Dislocation Traumatic Amputaion Osteporosis Setup for Insertion of Steinman Pins Hare Traction
NEUROLOGICAL
CARE WITH THE PATIENT WITH :   Acute Head Injury Intrcranial Pressure Monitoring Management of ICP Basil Skull Fracture Acute CVA/TIA Coma Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Immobilization Heat Exhaustion / Heat Stroke Multiple Sclerosis Psychiatric Disorders Aneurysm Precautions Encephalitis Delerium Tremors Meningitis Seizures / Seizure Precautions Statis Epilpticus Externalized VP Shunts Overdose Assist wth Lumbar Puncture    
PULMONARY
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE FOLLOWING:   CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH:   Ventilator/Weaning Asphyxiation (Near Drowning) Oral Airway Endotracheal Tube Laryngeal Spasm Tracheostomy Epiglottitis Pulmonary Edema Epitaxis Pneumonia Aspiration ARDS COPD Pneumonectomy Tension Pneumothorax Pneumothorax Hemothorax Pulmonary Embolism Statis Asmaticus TB Assist withIntubation Assist with Chest Tube Insertion Pleurvac  
CARDIOVASCULAR
CAN FUNCTION INDEPENDENTLY IN THE FOLLOWING   Continuous Cardiac Monitoring Obtaining 12 lead EKG   CARE OF THE PATIENT WITH ... Acute MI Abdominal Aorta Anyerism Angina Cardiac Arrest Bacterial Endocardititis Myocarditis Congestive Heart Failure Thrombo;ytic Therapy Emergent Chest Thoracotomy Cardiac Enzymes Troponins BNP SHOCK : Anaphylactic. Cargiogenic, Hypovolemic, Neurogenic PACEMAKER: External. temporary. Permanent, Transthoracic HEMODYNAMIC MONITORING: Set up and use of : Artline, CVP, Swan-Ganz, : Controlled Cardioversion, and Emergency Defiberlation    
LEVEL / CLASSIFICATION OF ER
LEVEL 1 TRAUMA CENTER    5-6 years experience   LEVEL 2 TRAUMA CENTER    3-4 years   LEVEL 3 TRAUMA CENTER    1-2 years   PEDIATRIC  ER                         3 year  experience

References

Scott Schuckman Recruiter

513-936-3468

Barbara Kuzma

Misty Branum

Connie Miller

Gena Deaton

Michelle Southard

Colleen Warder

Kathy Garvin

Interest

Charity 

Society of Women Who Love Shoes - Domestic Violence  2012-2013

Hoffen Foundation - Helping Children -cancer , austism 2012-present

Sterling Society - Helping children 2012- Present

Susan G Komen -Breast Cancer 2014

Portfolio

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Certifications

TNCC

Baylor Scott & White

ENPC

ENA

BLS

AMERICAN HEART

PALS

AMERICAN HEART

ACLS

AMERICAN HEART

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