Sample LPN Resume One Page

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Sample Nursing Resume – LPN Resume

-Kenia Gooslin, LPN
-300 Main St, Hudson, NY 11111
-(555) 555-5555

-Patient advocate; uphold the highest standards of nursing care

-Experienced with excellent patient care and leadership skills.
-Currently enrolled in Registered Nurse Program.
-Keen observation, communication, and intervention skills.
-Adapt easily to change of environment and work schedule.

-Nursing Experience

-Licensed Practical Nurse / Shift Leader
-Seniors Center, Hauppauge, NY
-3/95 – present
-Licensed Practical Nurse
-St. Mary’s, Jamaica, NY
-10/93 – 2/95
-Responsible for the care of 40 geriatric patients through the
direct supervision of four CNAs encompassing:
-dispensing of medications, oxygen therapy, tracheostomy care,
vital signs, wound care, nasopharyngeal and oral suctioning,
intravenous therapy, application of dressings, insertion of 

-Administer control narcotics assuming full responsibility for
possession of keys.
-Enforce regulations requiring the witnessed counting and charting
of medications during change of shift.
-Develop and implement nursing care plan, and supervise patient’s
admission and discharges procedures.
-Oversee direct patient care requirements within the Nursing 

Rehabilitation and Ambulatory Program.
-Liaison between patients, nurses, and physicians to address
problems requiring immediate/long term resolve.
-Educate CNAs on the prevention of transmitted infectious bacteria.
-Ensure open lines of communication and accurate charting
procedures; update computerized patient data.
-Facilitate a creative and safe environment with diversified and
stimulating recreational activities.
-Assist staff nurses with initial assessment of patient upon
-Report changes in patients’ conditions and other matter of concern
requiring prompt attention.
-Train and supervise personnel in all areas of patient care and
daily procedures.


-Currently enrolled in Registered Nurse Program
-Certificate of Completion
-Licensed Practical Nursing Program

-Licenses & Certifications

-New York State Licensed Practical Nurse

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