Registered Nurse Resume Example

This sample nursing resume  highlights extensive experience and roles.

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Registered Nurse Resume Example

Registered Nurse Resume Example

Registered Nurse Resume

Registered Nurse Resume Example

-(555) 555-5555
-999 Locust Lane, Temple, CA 99999

-Registered Nurse
-U.S.Navy, 1999-Present – U.S. Army, 1996-1999

-Level III Clinical Nurse, 10/09-Present
-Plan and implement nursing care for acute and critically ill
patients. Provide immediate post-anesthesia recovery for postoperative patients. Orient and train new personnel. Supervise 2 Medical Technicians. Serve as Trauma Unit Nurse specializing in liver and kidney transplant in Level 1 Trauma Center.

-Triage Telephone Nurse, 01/08-01/09
-Facilitated referrals for 140 primary-care providers, specialists, and community resources. Documented patient and nurse interaction and issued advice per established unit protocols. Acted as Triage Nurse in the Emergency Department. Identified patient classification range from emergency to non-urgent. Worked as the Team Coordinator. Formulated and planned care for patient’s optimal health, ranging from physiological to psychosocial.

-Nurse Manager, 04/07-01/08
-Supervised 3 Telephone Triage Nurses and 10 Appointment Clerks. Planned, organized, and directed activities to enhance accessibility and ensure quality patient care for more than 90,000 enrolled beneficiaries, including retirees and families.

-Staff Nurse, 12/00-07/05
-Provided care to critically ill patients requiring complex computerized cardiac hemodynamic monitoring and mechanical ventilation. Supervised 5 Nurses and 3 Medical Technicians.

-Education & Training
-M.S., Community Health Administration and Wellness Promotion: Baltimore College, Baltimore, MD, 2008
-B.S., Nursing: Francis Green College, Newport, WI, 1996
-Licensed Vocational Nurse, Francis Green College, Newbury, WI, 1994

-Telephone Nursing Triage 2009
-Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support 2009
-Basic Life Support 2009
-Pediatric Advanced Life Support 2009
-Nursing Service Management 2004
-Aerospace Medicine School of Flight Nursing 2004
-Trauma Nursing Core Course, Emergency Nurse 2004
-Nursing Service Fundamentals 2002
-Senior Leadership Training 2002
-Indoctrination for Medical Service Officers 2000
-Casualty Care 1998
-Critical Care Nursing 1998

-Code Procedure
-Medical Ethics
-Patient Rights
-Management of Abused Patients
-Infection Control
-Staff Rights
-Cultural Diversity
-Sexual Harassment
-Suicide Awareness
-Anti-Terrorism Measures
-Age-Specific Care
-Standards of Conduct
-Mentoring for Supervisors
-Putting Prevention into Practice
-Anthrax Training
-Family Advocacy
-Fire Safety
-Electrical Safety
-Security Awareness

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