Humberto F. Reyes

Humberto F. Reyes

Caring Touch/Registered Nurse

Work History

Work History
Feb 2011 - Dec 2012

Staff Nurse

U.S. Army Nurse Corps: Brook Army Medial Center

Accomplished Registered Nurse with strong background in a 36 bed Telemetry Unit. Practiced in comprehensive patient assessments and evaluation of adult and geriatric population group. Accustomed to maintaining high productivity level with heavy workload. Compassionate patient advocate, providing professional competent, patient care.

Oct 2008 - Jan 2011

Staff Nurse

U.S. Army Nurse Corps : William Beaumont Army Medical Center 

Accomplished Registered Nurse with strong background in a 35 bed General Surgery Unit. Practiced in comprehensive patient assessments and evaluation of adult and geriatric population group. Accustomed to maintaining high productivity level with heavy workload. Compassionate patient advocate, providing professional competent, patient care.

Jun 2004 - Feb 2007

Medical/Psych Technician

Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center

Monitor patience, obtain vital signs, perform ADL's on primarily Geriatric population group. Report mentation changes to providers. 

Education

Education
Sep 2005 - May 2008

Bachelors of Science in Nursing

Texas Woman's University

Registered Nurse Licensure Program

Jan 2000 - May 2002

Associate of Science Degree

Solano Community College

Associate of Arts

Skills

Skills

Patient Care: General Surgery Unit (35 Bed)

  Admissions/Discharge,  Assessments, Care Plan development, Patient/Family education; Medication administration, IV therapy, Phlebotomy Lab Draw;  Monitor patient condition and update care plans as needed;  Maintain effective communication with patients, family members and multidisciplinary health care professionals;   Serve as mentor for colleagues, provide support, guidance and assistance as needed;    Assume the role of Charge Nurse periodically, delegate responsibilities;   Central line blood draw/dressing change;   Blood Transfusion; Wound / Surgical site assessment and care;     Pain Management (PCA pump set-up assessment and management)

Patient Care: Telemetry Unit (26Bed)

Assess and Monitor patients in Cardiac Telemetry Unit ; Basic cardiac rhythm monitoring techniques, interpretation, and treatment; Perform ECG and monitor adult patients, alert medical professional of changes via phone and online internet text/paging systems; Basic life support; Calculating drug dosage, administering continuous medication infusion, and monitoring patients for effects of medication; Monitoring patients before, during, and after invasive procedures; Recognizing the signs and symptoms of cardiopulmonary and respiratory emergencies and knowing how to start standard interventions to stabilize the patient

Key Accomplishments:

Hand picked to serve as acting Clinical Nurse OIC (Officer In Charge) in the absence of OIC; Prepare and conduct monthly unit staff meetings for both day and night shifts (approximately 83 staff members); Compile, prepare and provide teaching in-services to colleagues