Julie Sample

Julie Sample

Work experience

Work experience
Aug 2009 - Present

Manager Intensive Care Step Down Unit/Dialysis

Springfield Regional Medical Center
  • Manages all aspects of an inpatient unit.
  • Demonstrates a high level of problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of required behaviors associated with safety, confidentiality, and corporate compliance policies.
  • Adjusts to multiple demands and shifting priorities.
  • Creates an environment that encourages others to challenge the past with new ideas, identify obstacles, and work towards situations.
  • Supports new initiatives to increase service quality and solutions.
  • Uses resources or time and materials efficiently and appropriately.
  • Current BLS Instructor.
2002 - Aug 2009

Medical Surgical Educator

Springfield Regional Medical Center
  • Manages and leads staff education at Springfield Regional Medical Center (SRMC) including assessment, planning, and implementation of various programs.
  • Serves and chairs various committees within the organization regarding performance improvement initiatives.
  • Coordinates all clinical experiences at CMHP including nursing, ancillary departments, and medical students. Assures that all criteria is met and contracts are current.
  • Organizes preceptorship experiences for nursing students at Clark State, Cedarville, Springfield Regional School of Nursing, and Wright State University.
  • Collaborates with the Legal Department regarding contracts for clinical sites.
  • Plans and implements nursing service orientation for new staff. Continually updates curriculum based on need of the organization.
  • Assists with the planning and implementation of the Nursing Development Series (NDS) for new graduates.
  • Updates programs for the Nursing Development Series abiding by the rules of the ONA.
  • Serves as an ONA planner.
  • Plans and implements programs for nursing staff based on need of the organization: Charge Nurse Class, Preceptorship, Vascular Access Devices (VAD's), LPN IV Therapy Class.
  • Presents "InsideOut Coaching" to Managers and Leaders within CMHP.
  • Serves on committees within the community: Clark State Prep Consortium and Clark State Advisory.
  • Assists with the education of the LTC (Long Term Care) facilities at CMHP.
  • BLS Instructor.
1996 - 2002

RN, Same Day Surgery, PAT

  • Access, plan, and implemented preoperative and postoperative care of surgical patients.
  • Chaired the Surgical Standards Committee.
  • Chaired the Quality Improvement Council.
  • Presented programs to staff related to care of the surgical patient.

1986 - 1996

RN,Oncology/Hematology, Dr. Khanna's Clinic

  • Provided holistic care to the oncology/hematology patient.
  • Assisted with research protocols/clinical trials working closely with Ohio State University.

  • Administered chemotherapy to cancer patients.

  • Worked closely with the laboratory to improve processes related to the clinic.

  • Instrumental in the implementation of nurses drawing labs within the clinic setting to streamline less waiting time before treatments.

1982 - 1986

RN, Staff Nurse, 3 South, Medical - Surgical Unit

  • Assess, plan, and implemented care of surgical patient.
  • Served as charge nurse roll when needed.
  • Instrumental in development of surgical flow sheet used to improve documentation requirement of JCAHO.

  • Presented inservices related to care of the surgical patient.


2006 - 2008


The George Washington University
  • Graduated Summa Cum Laude.
  • Member of the George Washington Nursing Honor Society.

2003 - 2006


  • Graduated Summa Cum Laude.
  • Member of the Beta Rho Chapter of the National Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International.

Aug 1984 - Jun 1986

Associate Degree in Applied Science

Aug 1981 - Jun 1982


Summary of Qualifications

  • Diverse professional with experience in mutiple environments.
  • Experienced Medical/Surgical and Oncology Nurse.
  • Demonstrated success regarding quality improvement initiatives.
  • Certified "InsideOut" Coach for CHP Institute.
  • Demonstrated success in all levels of the learning development cycle: planning, analysis, design/development, delivery/implementation and evaluation.
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills including highly effective presentation skills.
  • Adept at educating across multiple disciplines: from students to experienced healthcare professionals, from soft-skills to technology training, and from instructor-led to online education.
  • Proficient (trainer/expert level) with numberous computers applications including Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher, Project 2000, Word Perfect, and many others.

Graduate Coursework

Final Course Papers - Capstone Courses:

Balanced Scorecard (see image on right sidebar)

  • The balanced scorecard allows managers to look at the tendency of their organization and to establish the necessary strategies to be able to correct detected defection. I developed a balanced scorecard in an attempt to measure and provide feedback for CMHP in order to assist with implementing strategies and objectives. This tool addressed challenges that are currently placed on management. By maintaining a balanced scorecard, CMHP can be proactive in solving problems before they become not easily resolvable.

Strategic Planning

  • Based on concepts presented in class, students wrote a complete strategic plan to execute at a healthcare facility of their choice. I compiled a 26 page Strategic Plan for Community Mercy Health Partners that included a general desciption of the Organization, Vision, Mission, and Core Values, Market Assessment and Strategies, Strategic Initiatives, Financial Assessment, Quality Performance and Continuous Improvement, Regulatory and Legal Environment, Organizational Relationships, Strategic Planning Assessment, and Benefits of Strategic Planning and Leadership.

Integration Initiatives

  • This project consisted of how I would plan and implement a change initiative within the organization in which we were employed. I chose initiatives on how to increase patient satisfaction scores due to the declining trend. I acted as a Director within the organization and explained the organizational context, underlying problem, and iniatives to increase these scores. Within the paper, I explained key concepts regarding successful leadership: the key to being a successful leader is continuous personal change, which is a reflection of our inner growth and empowerment.

Master's Proposal

  • My Master's Proposal consisted of retention and recruitment initiatives for CMHP. My proposal included: Organizational Context, Problem Identification, Proposal Need, Change Initiative Proposal, Stakeholders, Barriers, Alternatives Considered, and Evaluation. These proposals were presented to our Professor and colleagues for evaluation and feedback.


To work in a challenging role that encompasses my skills, experience, and education. I would like the opportunity to utilize my Master's degree with the initiative to improve the delivery of healthcare. I enjoy working in a creative environment where individuals are dedicated and collaborative.

Professional Organizations

  • Ohio Nurses Association
  • Nursing Management


Dec 2008 - Present

InsideOut Coaching

CHP Institute