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Work experience

Jul 2014Present

Nurse Technician

Baylor Regional Medical Center

Provide care according to established policies and procedures. Reports and documents observations, assists with procedures, and performs tasks within the delegatory guidelines defined in Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas Rules and Regulations relating to Nurse Education, Licensure, and Practice. Performs other unit support activities as needed and assigned.

Jan 2014Present

Physical Therapy Technician

Barkman and Smith Physical Therapy

o  Ambulation and gait training

o  Patient Education as related to physical therapy

o  Patient modality training

o  Patient E-STIM Therapy

o  Patient Heat and Cold therapy

o  Office Duties (Scanning, copying, faxing, scheduling, etc.)

Aug 2013May 2014

Student Nurse

John Peter Smith Hospital

o    Monitored patient’s status in reference to ongoing treatment

o    Provided quality evidence based patient care

o    Kept patient environment safe and free of sources of contamination

o    Accucheck glucose monitoring

o    Oral, subcutaneous, IM, and IV medication administration

o    ADL assistance

o    Ambulation assistance

o    Bathing assistance

o    Blood Draws for lab

o    Starting Peripheral IV’s

o    Catheterization

o    Stoma Care

o    Wound Care

o    Sterile Dressing changes

o    Tracheostomy care

Jan 2013May 2013

Student Nurse

Lake Granbury Medical Center

o    Provided quality evidence based patient care

o    Accucheck glucose monitoring

o    Linen changing

o    Patient bathing

o    ADL assistance

o    Subcutaneous and oral medication administration

o    Non-sterile dressing changes


Jan 2012Dec 2014

Associate Degree Nursing

Weatherford College

The Associate Degree Nursing Program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.

The Associate Degree Nursing curriculum plans are approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB).

NCLEX Pass Rates for Graduating Classes
Associate Degree Nursing Program
May 2011 - 100%
Dec 2010 -  93.75%
May 2010 -  92.45%


Basic Life Support AHA Certified Valid through January 2015


Dr. David Simonak, DO

"...He is an outstanding young man with high morals, standards, and ethics. He never shies from a difficult situation."

Lara Carousel, Professor

"Greg Possesses excellent critical thinking abilities. He is also very temperate, kindhearted, diligent, and proficient at all times."

Ron "Luke" Lucas, RN Clinical Instructor

Vincent Smith Physical Therapist


Following and giving instruction is what makes a team function. I am able to effectively carry out instruction as well as get together with my team to see what avenue of care will best work in a given situation.
Patient education
Able to provide thorough, evidence-based patient education regarding disease processes and medication.
Patient Care
Extremely comfortable in providing, delegating, and coordinating patient care with other members of the care team.


Jan 2013Jan 2015


Critical concepts of high-quality CPR The American Heart Association Chain of Survival 1-Rescuer CPR and AED for adult, child and infant 2-Rescuer CPR and AED for adult, child and infant Differences between adult, child and infant rescue techniques Bag-mask techniques for adult, child and infant Rescue breathing for adult, child and infant Relief of choking for adult, child and infant CPR with an advanced airway