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Work experience

Jan 2008Present

Registered Nurse

Lehigh Valley Hospital
  • currently Per diem status in TNICU ( was full time till 2012-left for pennSTAR ) Trauma Neuro Intensive Care Unit at Lehigh Valley Hospital
  • responsible for 1-2 patients
  • Organize and monitor all bedside procedures: which include abdominal washouts, external fixation placement, suturing, insertion of neurosurgical montioring devices, central line insertions
May 2010Present

Health Professional

Lehighton Ambulance
  • Responsible for 911 emergency calls
  • Interfacility transports, from emergency room to ICU and ICU to tertiary ICU 
  • Transport which also require PHRN staff only due to medication IV infusion/drips.
Jan 20122015

Flight Nurse

Hospital of the University Of Pennsylvania -pennstar
  • Critical care transports and 911 emergency scene flights
  • Pt care is based on protocols and nurse autonomy


May 2005Jan 2008

Bachelor of Science

Cedar Crest College

Member of Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society


Nursing and Health Professional
Venous Puncture, IV access and blood draws  Cardiac monitoring CVP monitoring A-Line monitoring Swan-Gantz catheter monitoring Ventric monitoring Camino monitoring Lycox monitoring  Intubation and airway management Mechanical ventilation Chest tubes Belmont and level one fluid resuscitation Artic Sun Open belly wounds Wound vac systems  Tractions: bucks, hare, cervical, Halo External fixation  CRRT: continous renal to renal therapy  ICU medications including: Vasopressers, Paralytics, Analgesics


Duke Lindsay

Northern manager , PennSTAR 


Rachael Matchette

Flight Medic FP-C


Cindy Umbrell

TNICU Unit Director


Keith Heckman

Shift leader-Lehighton Ambulance



Stacy Michalik, RN

Stacy was my preceptor during the completion of the critical care course at LVH.



Volunteer firefighter since 1989

  • certified in rescue
  • hazmat
  • incident command systems
  • NIMS 100,200,700,800


I have worked in different patient care settings including  being a Flight Nurse and still continue to work at Lehigh Valley Hospital in the Trauma Neuro Intensive Care Unit. In the ICU, I have a total responsibity for 1-2 patients which includes all aspects of care. I also have been involved with volunteer EMS and fire services since 1989, which has given me numerous levels of prehospital experience.  In addition, I also received my Health Professional certificate in 2010 and continue to work as a PHRN for the Lehighton Ambulance Association. I believe that the different levels of care have made me a well rounded health care provider.  I understand the importance of all levels of care and support the team effort in the care of those in need of emergency services.


Pursuing a position as  critical care nurse 


Jan 2013Present

Certified Emergency Nurse

Mar 2014Mar 2018

Prehospital Trauma Life Support

2008Apr 2017

Registered Nurse, BSN

State of Pennsylvania
Mar 2017


American Heart Association
Mar 2017


American Heart Association
Mar 2017

CPR-Healthcare Provider

American Heart Association
May 2016

Registered Nurse-New Jersey

State of New Jersey

Health Professional

Department of Health
Sep 2010Sep 2014


Advanced Trauma care for Nurses

Critical Care Course

Lehigh Valley Hospital