Registered Nurse Pennsylvania RN License 330860L
- Scranton PA
To contribute to a leading healthcare organization that can use an effective communicator and
proactive professional nurse who combines a multitude of critical care experience, strong critical
thinking skills, and thrives on challenges.
Physically examine students for illness or injury. Acquire students' health and development history then evaluate percentiles. Screen for hearing and vision problems, also assist with dental screenings. Initiate referrals to parents and school personnel
Clinical Instructor of Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County, Scranton, Pennsylvania Provide clinical instruction to LPN students in acute care facilities.
Registered NurseProvided care to post-operative cardiac, general surgical, medical, and trauma patients in a 32 bed intensive care unit, which supports a Level II trauma center.
As our society’s population grows, so does the need for quality, comprehensive, accessible, and affordable healthcare. Family Nurse Practitioners (FNPs) are advanced practice registered nurses with the knowledge and skills to assess and manage health issues in patients of all ages, from birth through the senior years. This specialization can prepare you to gain autonomy or advance in your career as a healthcare professional.This online Family Nurse Practitioner specialization focuses on evidence-based techniques that can enhance the quality of care and outcomes for your patients.
Medical Office procedures and management, Medisoft medical office software (billing, reporting and practice management, processing and transactions), Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, Access) Anatomy with Medical Terminology and Customer Service. This course focuses on the essential skills needed to successfully apply the Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Outlook software products in office situations.
The undergraduate nursing program combines liberal arts and science and applies it to nursing care and practice. The B.S.N. program also prepares students for advanced nursing education and professional career development.