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123, Main St
Boston, MA 02109
Licensed Practical Nurse
Recent graduate with professional experience in healthcare settings and private duty nursing. Committed to the medical profession and to quality patient care.
Nursing style blends professionalism, capability and compassion to truly integrate patients' medical and emotional care within hospital, facility or private duty environment. Communicate well with doctors, colleagues and patient families, insuring continuity of patient care.
Dedicated beyond normal expectations. Absolutely reliable and punctual with perfect school and clinical attendance record. Will be at work no matter what the weather or personal circumstances. Own a four wheel drive vehicle.
Personal experience with two severely disabled children-who could not interact and who did not live to adulthood-was preparation for dedication to all patients, especially those who are unable to communicate in normal ways.Education, Licensure, and Certification
Board of Cooperative Services
Diploma in Practical Nursing, XXXX
Louis A. Wilson Tech, Western Suffolk BOCES, Northport, NY
Licensed Practical Nurse, New York State
License # 000-0000
IV Certification: Central and Peripheral lines, through I.V.E.C.O.N., 1999
Infection Control, through BOCES, 1998
CPR, through The American Heart Association, 1998
Areas of Knowledge and Experience
Employment in Healthcare
Private Duty Nurse 1999 to XXXX
Perform total patient care for end-stage Parkinson's patient (a former RN) including medications, personal hygiene, range of motion, tube feedings, PT and OT for ten hours a day. Determined needs in initial home visit evaluation and initiated beneficial changes including establishment of nursing care plans, a charting system to insure continuity of care, and development of comprehensive patient history for emergency hospitalizations. Take a compassionate and pro-active approach to patient's care-encouraged purchase of high-top sneakers for patient's foot drop, continually provide personal services such as hair care and manicures to stimulate patient, and inform family as to care changes necessary as patient's condition deteriorates.Medical Office Secretary, Donal's Chiropractic, Coram, NY 1996 to 1999
Fulfilled basic patient assistance for 40 to 45 patients per day in this very busy office. Calmed patients' fears, created comfortable atmosphere, and acted as emotional support. Handled full range of medical secretarial duties-scheduling, billing, insurance, collections and heavy phones. Cleared up old accounts and worked out payment arrangements. Renovated office, replacing very old decor, and increasing patient satisfaction.Prior Employment
Trainer and Data-entry Operator, PDQ, Hauppague, NY 1994 to 1996
Position required high degree of self-motivation, organization, time-management and accuracy. Worked from home, picked up and delivered daily work load and finished on-schedule although job could be given anytime one day and be expected for completion the next day. Compiled information from surveys, reading and translating often illegible documentation and code into computer for next day delivery. Mentored new hires-trained on data entry techniques and policies.Direct Mail Handler, Midlantic Graphics, Mastic, NY 1994 to 1994
Performed bindery, tagging and bagging functions for clients' direct mailings.Community Service Award
1996 BOCES Toy Drive Chairperson
As student project, independently organized campaign and collected over 2,000 new and gently used toys to relieve toy shortage for the children and adolescents at Brunswick Psychiatric Center and the Stony Brook Hospital Psychiatric Unit.
Project was a huge undertaking that was personally rewarding. Was unexpectedly honored by school principal at graduation and given the BOCES' Annual Community Service Award.
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