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Sarah Canterbury

RN, Family Nurse Practitioner


Enthusiastic and personal Family Nurse Practitioner with 8 years experience as a registered nurse.


  • American Academy of Nurse Practitioners member

  • Sound Judgment
  • Patient-centered care
  • Mental/Behavioral health experience
  • Pain Management experience


  • Certified through American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification

Work experience

Sep 2012Oct 2014

Pain Management RN


Coordinated with physician to assess individuals with acute/chronic pain. Assisted in pain management procedures including trigger point injections, ultrasound guided joint injections, spinal injections, facet radiofrequency ablations, and temporary spinal cord stimulator insertions. Administered IV fluids, IV/oral sedation, and monitored post-procedure vital signs. Performed all tasks with a patient-centered focus while seeking opportunities for improvement of processes and treatments.

May 2006Sep 2012



2 years experience on an Oncology unit. Evaluated patient care needs and prioritized treatment. Administered blood and blood products and chemotherapy. Provided palliative care for terminally ill individuals.

4 years experience on a Mental Health unit. Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for individuals. Provided education to patients on detox and withdrawal, medications, addiction, recovery, and coping skills. Held group sessions with patients on education of medications, self-management, and coping strategies. Assisted with intake calls.


May 2015

Masters in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner

Frontier Nursing University

Coursework in acute/chronic care over the lifespan.

605 clinical hours in a busy rural family clinic providing care to individuals across the lifespan, many with multiple chronic illnesses.

70 clinical hours in a busy women's health clinic. Clients included women of all ages, antenatal care, prenatal care, acute/chronic care, and preventative care.


Associate Degree in Nursing