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Twenty-one years as an RN primarily in Acute and Chronic Dialysis. Ready for a new career path that will utilize my strong clinical and interpersonal skills.
Utilized strong assessment skills to triage patient needs, prioritized treatment and maintained patient flow. Provided quality nursing care to patients of all ages with a wide range of medical conditions.
Supervised ancillary staff in two of Total Renal Care's Outpatient Dialysis Clinics. Responsible for the safe delivery of Hemodialysis.
Provided hemodialysis to End Stage Renal Disease patients in their homes.
Lead nurse in Blood and Platelet donation center in down town Atlanta. Supervised blood product collection staff.
Provided primary nursing care to patients on an inpatient oncology unit.
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I am a certified hemodialysis RN who started my career as a patient care technician. I went to nursing school and graduated in 1994. The majority of my career has been as a hemodialysis nurse, with brief forays into burn ICU and Labor and delivery.Upon completion of nursing school became an outpatient hemodialysis clinic charge RN and there I learned things such as medication management, staff supervision, scheduling, and caring for the very complex nephrology patient. I then, after a few years, decided to join the Desert Samaritan acute team, which greatly broadened my knowledge of now acute and chronic care, plasmapheresis and peritoneal dialysis. Subsequently decided to try my hand as a Director of nursing at an outpatient clinic, which further added skills such as budgeting, continous quality improvement, and building my staff as a patient-focused team. I was then lured away to join an acute team and assumed a charge nurse position,adding to my skill list scheduling of patients, triaging treatments, interfacing with staff, physicians, patients and hospital staff. I enjoy a challenge, am very organized, proactive, and a tireless communicator. I also very much enjoy patient care, my patients have taught me a lot over the years- I consider it an honor to take care of people in a most fragile state.
Arizona Nursing license, 1994
Certified hemodialysis nurse, 2008
Disciplined, energetic employee who quickly establishes rapport with patients and colleagues.Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment and maintained patient flow.Accurately documented all elements of nursing assessment, treatments, medications, discharge instructions and follow-up care.Utilized strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care. Worked as a teamleader for various contracts. Served as a charge nurse for rapidly expanding company. Maintained patient charts and confidential files.Supervised staff. patient care technicians, nurses, and ancillary staff. Very patient focused.
ACLS certification (not currently), for 4 years
Attended several Sepsis Symposiums
Attended several Southwest Nephrology conferences
Completed critical care course at Maricopa Medical Center