I have had 7 years of ER experience as an RN in a Level 1 Trauma Center adult ED and Pediatric ED, along with 5 years of experience as a tech in the ER. I am certified in BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, and am working toward obtaining my CEN as a Certified Emergency Nurse. I am also a member of the Tennessee ENA (Emergency Nurses Association). I am also currently accepted to Vanderbilt University in the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner-Acute Care program to fulfill a lifelong dream.
Registered Nurse in the state of Tennesee
CPR/BLS certified through American Heart Association certified 2018-7/2020
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certified 2019-8/2021
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certified 2018-6/2020
Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC) certified 2018-2022
Working toward Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) certification
Member of the Tennessee ENA (Emergency Nurses Association)
I am a registered nurse in a Level 1 Trauma Center ED. I skillfully care for patients in all different scenarios; trauma patients, stroke patients, heart attack patients, cardiac arrests and respiratory arrests, and patients with the typical abdominal pain, broken bones, etc. I maintain excellent rapport with all of my patients and families, keeping them up to date and informed on everything to do with their care. I am able to handle high stress scenarios with ease. I am currently a relief night shift Charge Nurse in the ED and oversee up to 16 RN's, and multiple techs at one time when I am on duty.
I pick up shifts in the Pediatric ED along with my full time position in the adult ED. I love working with children. I am able to confidently take care of pediatric patients and their families. I administer medications and therapies as prescribed by physicians. I help pediatric patients understand and feel at ease with vaccines, tests and minor procedures.
I served 2 contracts with Carnival Cruise Lines as a ship nurse and served on the Carnival Splendor and Carnival Ecstasy. As a ship nurse, you are not just a nurse. I was the first responder to many illnesses and accident scenes on the ship. I performed XRAY's, tested bloodwork for lab results, administered respiratory treatments, and lead a stretcher team of employees to transport injured patients to the ship's medical center. I also arranged medical appointments and transportation in ports for passengers and employees needing additional services not provided on the ship. During my employment, we had to transport 2 different patients by helicopter back to US port due to illness, and I was the nurse to be transported with them. I also coordinated the vaccine administration program for crew members to receive thier annual influenza vaccines along with coordinating to have them recieve other mandatory vaccines while in port.
I was a Nursing Assistant/ER Tech in the Adult ED and Pediatric ED for 5 years prior to obtaining my RN license. I monitored vital signs, transported patients to radiology scans and to admission rooms, obtained lab work via venipuncture, obtained EKG's, and provided emotional support to patients and family members as needed.
Obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing
Member of the National Society of Leadership and Success
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