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Professional Summary
Experienced RN with strong clinical and people skills. Self motivated and eager to learn  with 3+ years experience in clinical settings providing nursing care to diverse populations and 6+years as an LPN working as wound care and charge nurse . Has great people skills and love to work as a team .
  • Foley catheter insertion/removal familiarity
  • Tracheotomy care
  • Patient positioning competency
  • Prenatal nutrition/care proficiency
  • Patient and family advocacy
  • Venipuncture/blood draw expert
  • Patient/family focused
  • Administer chemotherapy 
  • Patient evaluation/intervention
  • Chest pain management expert
  • Safe NG tube insertion and removal
  • Thorough had to assessment
  • Qualified lab result evaluator
  • Strong clinical judgment
  • Neurology awareness
  • Palliative care awareness
  • Preceptor
  • Oncology authority
Work History
LPN/RN, 01/2005 to 12/2014
Franco Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Miami, Florida, United States
  • Assessed need for, ordered, obtained and interpreted appropriate lab tests.
  • Chronic patient care in med-surg unit, adeptly handling all aspects of treatment from medication to wound care to monitoring for 30  patients per shift.
  • Actively participated in unit-based Quality Assurance Program.
  • Rounding with wound care physicians and assisting with sharp debridement .
  • Providing wound care daily and measuring and charting the wound description . 
  • implementing  wound care protocol .
Lpn Charge Nurse, 04/2009 to 09/2011
West Broward Care Center Plantation, Florida, United States
  • Conducted screening, diagnostic treatment and rehabilitative and supportive services as the senior nurse on a primary health care team.
  • Chronic patient care in med-surg unit, adeptly handling all aspects of treatment from medication to wound care to monitoring for Number patients per shift.
  • Organized and led Number support groups per time period in subjects related to physical and emotional health to ensure long-term patient well-being.
  • Oversaw and managed Number clinical and support staff in patient care activities while maintaining a high level of staff morale and professionalism.
  • Effectively supervised Number LVNs, NAs and non-clinical staff. Improved annual employee retention rate from Number to Number percent.
  • Actively participated in unit-based Quality Assurance Program.
  • Sound, ethical and independent decision-making ability consistent with medical protocols.
Rn Wound Care Nurse, 12/2013 to 02/2016
Aventura Hospital
  • Provide excellent nursing care to patients suffering from wounds.
  •  Assess and evaluate patients with wounds and injuries.
  •  Obtain cultures to assess wounds and injuries.
  • Evaluate wounds and injuries for infections or other illness factors that causes wounds.
  •  Initiate nursing care procedures in managing acute and traumatic wounds.
  •  Coordinate with rehab, traumatic and nutritional nurses in nursing patients with wounds.
  • Ensure optimum patient care delivery in wound care nursing procedures.
  •  Educate and counsel patients and their families on wound care processes and issues. 
  • Demonstrate wound care procedures to other care givers.
  • Sanitize and maintain the premises of wound care neat, clean and hygienic.
RN-Oncology, 03/2015 to Current
University of Miami Hospital Miami, Florida, United States
  • work hand-in-hand with physicians and other healthcare team members
  • Create individualized care plans on patient under their supervision and care.
  • Recognize and treat cancer-related issues.Collaborate with a team of healthcare professionals to share expertise and knowledge.
  • Do cancer research to enhance treatment protocols assigned to cancer patients.
  • Give supportive resources on the patient and the families to promote positive outlook.
  • Teach patients and the families regarding treatment expectations.
  • Watch and record the patient's progress on a constant basis.
  • Chart the patient's response to treatment and medication.
RN-Stepdown, 07/2016 to Current
Sister Emmanuel Hospital LTAC 3663 South Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33133
  • Working with a variety of patients, including but not limited to respiratory failure (ventilator and trach patients, including the weaning process to a T-piece and eventual removal of trash), complex wounds (wound care dealing with wet-to-dry dressings, woundvacs, and hemovacs), immunocompromised patients (AIDS/HIV, Lupus, cancer), renal and gastrointestinal disorders (feeding tubes including PEGs, PEJs, and MFTs), and neurological diseases (strokes).
  • Follow up with procedures and laboratory results.
  • Rapid response team, including stroke alerts, code sepsis, and code blue.
  • Transitional phase from hospital to palliative and hospice care.



Bachelor of Science: Current
Grand Canyon University -
Associate of Science: Nursing, 2012
Miami Dade College -
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) 2017
  • CPR
  • ONS/ONCC Chemotherapy/Biotherapy Certificate
  • Vohra Wound Care Certificate
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Professional Summary
Newly graduated Licensed Vocational Nurse with experience ensuring high standards of culturally competent care for wide variety of patients with diverse needs.
  • Strong clinical judgment
  • Patient/family focused
  • Patient evaluation/intervention
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Professional bedside manner
  • Thorough physical assessments
  • Patient and family advocacy
  • Proper catheter insertion/removal
  • Insulin medication assistance
  • G-Tube maintenance
  • Ability to coordinate with doctors & licensed nurses
  • Adapt to fast paced environment
Work History
LVN Wound Care Nurse 02/2018 to Current
Downey Community Health Center Downey, CA
  • Ensured safety and well being of patients. 
  • Follow infection control procedures.
  • Evaluate patient care needs,  prioritize treatment, and maintain patient flow. 
  • Assist doctors with non invasive procedures.
  • Clearly collaborated with physicians for wound healing.
  • Collected specimens and send to lab. 
LVN Wound Care Nurse 07/2017 to 02/2018
Villa Del Rio Convalescent Center Bell Gardens, CA
  • Documented patient information obtained from interviews.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Performed lab tests and communicated results.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Effectively managed treatment oversight for 99-bed unit.
  • Followed infection control procedures.
  • Ensured efficacy of treatments through monitoring of treatment regimens.
Vocational Nurse Diploma: Nursing 2017 North-West College - Long Beach - Long Beach, CA
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To work and learn in a health care environment using all knowledge and skills required of a Vocational Nurse to provide excellent levels of care. An experienced professional in a NursingFacility that provides 24-hour skilled nursing care and extensive rehabilitative assistance to thechronically ill, as well as those who have been hospitalized and require a short period of medical monitoring and / or rehabilitation before returning home.
March 2017
Canyon Rehabilitation and Health Care Center Colton, CA Wound Care - Licensed Vocatinal Nurse
  • Identify malfunctioning equipment or devices.Apply compresses, ice bags, or hot water bo les.Inventory and requisition supplies and instruments.
  • Identi.
  • es and score the pressure ulcer risk level scores on Braden Scale tool.Implements a comprehensive plan of care utilizing the six Braden sub scales: Sensory,Perception, Mobility, Activity, Moisture, Nutrition, Friction and Shearing.Identi.
  • es expected patients outcomes including risk factors, communication, and area ofpressure.States and demonstrates how to di.
  • erentiate a Stage 1 pressure ulcer from an area of redness.States and demonstrates how to determine if a wound is pressure related.Di.
  • erentiates a Stage 1 pressure from a deep tissue injury.Demonstrates how to assess the length, width, and depth of a wound.Identi.
  • es and indicates meaning tissues types: red, yellow, black.Identi.
  • es a Stage II / partial thickness wound.Identi.
  • es a Stage III and Stage IV full-thickness wound.Describe key elements to include in the documentation of a wound.Identi.
  • es the proper wound product with rational for a necrotic wound.Identi.
  • es appropriate wound product choices for a healthy shallow and deep wound.
November 2014
March 2017
Waterman Nursing Center San Bernardino, CA Charge nurse - Licensed Vocational Nurse - Wound Care Nurse
  • Observe patients, charting and reporting changes in patients' conditions, such as adversereactions to medication or treatment, and taking any necessary action.Provide basic patient care or treatments, such as taking temperatures or blood pressures, dressingwounds, treating bedsores, giving enemas or douches, rubbing with alcohol, massaging, orperforming catheterizations.Sterilize equipment and supplies, using germicides, sterilizer, or autoclave.Answer patients' calls and determine how to assist them.Measure and record patients' vital signs, such as height, weight, temperature, blood pressure,pulse, and respiration.Collect samples, such as blood, urine, or sputum from patients, and perform routine laboratorytests on samples.Supervise nurses' aides or assistants.Make appointments, keep records, or perform other clerical duties in doctors' o.
  • ces or clinics.Provide medical treatment or personal care to patients in private home se ings, such ascooking, keeping rooms orderly, seeing that patients are comfortable and in good spirits, or instructing family members in simple nursing tasks.Assemble and use equipment, such as catheters or oxygen suppliers.Record food and.
  • uid intake and output.Help patients with bathing, dressing, maintaining personal hygiene, moving in bed, or standingand walking.Evaluate nursing intervention outcomes, conferring with other healthcare team members asnecessary.
June 2013
April 2014
Care Giver Meridian Assisted Living Riverside, CA
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems to report and discussobservations with supervisor or case manager.Administer prescribed oral medications, under the wri en direction of physician or as directedby home care nurse or aide, and ensure patients take their medicine.
  • Check patients' pulse, temperature, and respiration.Provide patients with help moving in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs, or automobiles andwith dressing and grooming.Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assistingwith their personal care.Plan, purchase, prepare, or serve meals to patients or other family members, according toprescribed diets.Accompany clients to doctors' o.
  • ces or on other trips outside the home, providingtransportation, assistance, and companionship.Direct patients in simple prescribed exercises or in the use of braces or arti.
  • cial limbs.Provide patients and families with emotional support and instruction in areas such as preparinghealthy meals, living independently, or adapting to disability or illness.Entertain, converse with, or read aloud to patients to keep them mentally healthy and alert.Massage patients or apply preparations or treatments, such as liniment, alcohol rubs, orheat-lamp stimulation.
January 2012
January 2013
Four D College Colton, CA Student Nurse
  • Work experience as a student nurse for several acute-sub care and long-term care facilities,including Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Assistencia Villa Rehabilitation, and SanBernardino Community Hospital Assisted patients and family members in the education ofhealth care needs Pre- and post- surgical, intensive care, and cardiac (Telemetry) Assigned toprovide exceptional care to patients in the medical surgical, maternity, nursery, diagnostics andother departments as needed Selected Clinical Skills such as : Accu-checks, Foleycatheterization, dressing changes (wet to dry / dry to dry), suctioning, medicationadministration (injections, IM, Sub-Q), bedside care, clean / sterile technique, pulse oximetry, isolation technique, Range Of Motion exercises, Nursing care plan, ambulation and transfer,.
  • ve lead ECG placement, drainage tubes, head-to-toe assessment.
Education and Training
Jan 2012
Four-D College Colton, CA Diploma: Vocational Nursing Vocational Nursing
Jan 2010
Basic high school curriculum High School Diploma
Rancho Verde High School Moreno Valley, CA Basic High School Curriculum Certi*cations BLS - Basic Life Support PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life SupportAdvanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)CPR certi*ed through American Heart AssociationWoud Certi*ed I.V. and Blood withdrawal certi*edFirst AidEKG and Pharmacology certi*ed
Make appointments, automobiles, Basic, changing bed linens, blood pressure, case manager, catheterizations, clerical, oral, Community Hospital, CPR, clients, direction, documentation, emotional support, home care, Hospice, immunization, injections, instruction, instructing, Inventory, lamp, laundry, Life Support, long-term care, serve meals, Nursing, Provide patients with help, bathing, patient care, Observe patients, Pharmacology, progress, Range Of Motion, read, Maintain records, Rehabilitation, reporting, Collect samples, supervisor, Telemetry, Telephone, plan of care, vital signs
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Professional Summary

Five years as LPN with focus on pediatrics , neonates, and geriatics( wound care).Each patient is a project with the goal of improving their health status through a Health and Risk mangement plan.

Planned communications management, identified risks and planned risk responses. Managed project team, controlled scope and closed several phases over a 5 year period.


B.Sc Chemical Engineering.

Project Management Professional (PMP) certification

Petroleum Safety Specialist

Petroleum Safety Manager

Member Society of Petroleum Engineers

Skill Highlights
  • Leadership skills
  • Communication skills
Wound Care Nurse (Geriatics)
December 2013 to Current
Adonai Health Care Services New Carrolton, DC
  • Managed risks, defined and sequenced activities; manged health care plan to geriatic patient in home setting.
Pedriatic Nurse
February 2010 to Current
Community Care Nursing services Washington, DC
  • Managed care of Respiratory compromised infants; reduced risk exposure and managed care team.
Care Manager
February 2007 to October 2011
Sunrise Senior Living Chevy Chase, MD
  • Assisted residents with ADL'S, conducted risk management and ensured safety at all times.
Bachelor of Science : Chemical Engineering, 1987 Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-ife, Osun, Nigeria

Society of Petroleum Engineers

National Association of Safety Professionals

Project Management Insititute