by LaShon Harris
(Sacramento, CA, USA)
Resume for a California Registered Nurse and Former US Air Force Veteran
Objective: A challenging medical nursing opportunity with a regional, corporate, or governmental health care concern.
Education: Carrington College, Sacramento CA, Registered Nurse, Associates Degree 2011.
Fundamental skills of nursing & Mather Veterans Affairs Hospital clinical setting observe
and record patient symptoms,assess patient progress based on treatment plans.
Dress wounds and incisions,,develop nursing care treatment plans,instruct patients on self-care
tasks. Supervise other nurses and assign hospital tasks based on patient care plans.
Medical Surgery I, & II & Gerontology - and Mather Veterans Affair Hospital
patient assessment, prioritizing the data collection based on the adult or elderly patient
immediate condition or needs within timeframe specified by client facility policies.
Leadership I & II- Educate patients and the public at large about conflict in the work environment and good communication skills.
Mental Health Nursing & Sutter Psychiatric Nursing Facility clinical site- worked with individuals, families, groups and communities, assessing mental health needs, and developing nursing
diagnosis and a plan of nursing care, implementing the plan, and finally evaluating the nursing care.
Preceptor Mather Veterans Affairs PACU-preoperative patient assessment and teaching.Develop effective communication and interpersonal relationship skills.
Prepare post anesthesia areas for patients. Monitor patients' vital signs, breathing, alertness, awareness following the surgical procedure.
Administer medications, provide verbal and written discharge instructions, and coordinate with Physical Therapy for services as required.
Yuba college Yuba city, Ca 95993
ACLS, CPR, & IV certifications
Demarge College Oklahoma City, OK
LVN certificate 2000
Experience: DelNorte Clinics Yuba City, Ca 95993
Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse 10/6/2004 to 2/23/2010
Executed daily operations of of teaching patients and their families how to manage their illnesses or injuries, explaining post-treatment home care needs; diet, nutrition, and exercise
programs; and self-administration ofmedication and physical therapy.
Was instrumental in teaching nurses, doctors, and administration staffmembers about program designed to improve patient care.
Trained and managed several new LPNs how to asses patient needs and manage time to achieve significant improvements in their productivity.
Supervised and managed health care facility as an active supervisor. Structured and maintained a collaborative programdesigned for patients with hypertension and high cholesterol.
Restructured and improved time management with patient assessments. Responsible for several health care clinics compliance and adaptation to the new cardiovascular programs.
Supervised nurses' aides and assistants. Provided direction and assistance to patients with cormobidities and limited mobility.
Maximus health Care Burlington New Jersey
Licensed Vocational Nurse 1/2001 to 9/2004
Washed and dressed bodies of deceased persons. Provided medical treatment and personal care to patients in private home settings, such as cooking, keeping rooms orderly, seeing that patients were comfortable and in good spirits, and
instructing familymembers in simple nursing tasks.
Helped patients with bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, moving in bed, and standing and walking. Administered prescribed medications and started intravenous fluids, and noted times and amounts on patients' charts.
Observed patients, charting and reporting changes in patients' conditions, such as adverse reactions to medication and treatment, and taking any necessary action.
Provided basic patient care and treatments, such as taking temperatures and blood pressure,dressing wounds, treating bedsores, giving enemas, douches, alcohol rubs, and massages, and performing catheterizations.
United States Airforce Grandforks, North Dakota
Military personal 7/95 to 7/99. Compiling personnel rosters, reports and other records for action or information purposes, On call for twenty four hours a day to respond for military duties are actions.
Awards: Distinguished Marksman, Airforce Outstanding unit, Airforce Honor graduate
Ribbon, Airforce Training Ribbon
References: Available upon request
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