Sample Nurse Practitioner Resume

Sample Nurse Practitioner Resume

This sample nursing resume  features the experience of a family nurse practitioner.

The candidate in the given resume has more than 20 years of nursing experience, yet she manages to fit everything into one page because the emphasis is on her qualifications, not on the details of her clinical experience.

Nonetheless, this nursing resume highlights the fact that sometimes it is better to tackle a job with your qualifications, than it is to include every single position you have had in the past.

You’re more than welcome to customize and edit this sample nursing resume to fit your own nursing experience.

You can also take another nursing resume template example from this site, combine it with this nursing resume template to produce your own unique nursing resume.

Sample Nurse Practitioner Resume

Nurse Practitioner Resume

Sample Nurse Practitioner Resume

-Lori Smith, MSN RN CNNP CFNP

-111 Diamond Way
-Sedona, Colorado 80918
-(719) 555-1234

-Qualifications
-Dedicated Family Nurse Practitioner with more than 20 years nursing
experience.
-Background in emergency, intensive care, internal medicine, critical care,
neonatal and in-flight nursing.-Flexible, quick learner who adapts easily
to new situations and enjoys a challenge.
-Self-motivated professional with a commitment in providing quality nursing care.
-Strong organizational and communication skills.

-Credentials
-Registered Nurse (License #51436)
-Nationally Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
-Nationally Certified Neonatal Nurse Pratitioner

-Certifications

-Basic Life Support
-Advanced Cardiac Life Support
-Pediatric Advanced Life Support
-Neonatal Resuscitation Program Regional Instructor

-Education
-BSN, MSN, FNP, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, May
1998
-Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Certificate, Beth-El College of Nursing,
Colorado Springs, Colorado 1986
-Associate Degree in Nursing, Mesa College, Grand Junction, Colorado,
1971-1973

-Professional Experience
-EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT STAFF NURSE
-Memorial Hospital, Colorado
-Springs, CO
-1999 – present

-FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER
-Dr. John Genrich
-Colorado Springs, CO 1998 – present

-NEONATAL NURSE PRACTITIONER,
-Memorial Hospital
-Colorado Springs, CO 1986 – present
-Responsible for attending all deliveries and providing appropriate medical
care, assessment, and case management in a LEVEL III regional medical
center.
-Member of the neonatal transport team; selected as a clinical resource
person for the institution.

-FLIGHT NURSE/ER NURSE
-St. Mary’s Medical Center
-Grand Junction, CO 1983 – 1985
-Provided nursing care during helicopter transfer of patients.

-LEVEL II ICN NURSE
-St. Mary’s Medical Center
-Grand Junction, CO 1982 – 1983
-Provided comprehensive nursing care to patients in LEVEL II ICN.

-EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT STAFF NURSE
-St. Anthony’s Hospital, Denver, CO 1976 – 1982
-Served as a staff nurse in both the Emergency Room and Medical ICU.
-Hospital night supervisor.

-Professional Affiliations, Research and Publications

-Chairperson of NNP quality improvement committee, Memorial Hospital NICU
-Member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
-Co-investigator. (1992). Conventional versus high-frequency oscillatory
ventilation following exosurf administration in infants with respiratory distress
syndrome, Memorial Hospital
-Lemmons, M. P., Bruce C. E., Monaco, F. J. and Meredith, K. M. (1993).
Conventional versus high-frequency oscillatory ventilation following
exosurf administration in infants with respiratory distress syndrome: A
preliminary retrospective review. Abstract published in Pediatric
Pulmonology.

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