Location preferences: Montgomery, Alabama
Occupational Specialties: Nurse
Community Health Nurse
Occupational Health Nurse
•••••/•••••/••••• PRESENT: SUBSTITUTE SCHOOL NURSE AND SUBSTITUTE TEACHER (DODDES) SOUTH KOREA: Seoul American High School, Seoul American Middle School and Seoul American Elementary School; Assisted with Health Screenings, render First Aid; Educational classes to staff and faculty. Substitute for all classes to include Biology, AP Chemistry, Algebra I & II, Calculus, History, Psychology etc.
•••••/•••••/••••• •••••/•••••/•••••; REGISTERED SCHOOL NURSE, Montgomery Public School Health Program. Full-Time; Capital Heights Junior High School, Montgomery, AL ••••• Vision Screenings; Hearing Screenings; Immunization Record Checks; Wellness Screenings; Vital Signs; Educator; Teach Wellness and Health Educational Classes to Teachers and Students; Notify parents of students health conditions; Notify Emergency Teams if needed; Provide First Aid Service as needed; Referrals given to Health Community Resources.
•••••/•••••/••••• •••••/•••••/•••••; •••••+ Hours per week; GS•••••; LABOR AND DELIVERY CLINICAL NURSE on Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Postpartum and Nursery Ward. Ireland Community Army Hospital, Fort Knox, KY ••••• CPT Peggy Bryant, Army Head Nurse, ••••• Clinical staff nurse at Fort Knox Medical Department Activity. Provided comprehensive and complex nursing care on an •••••bed combined labor, delivery, recovery, postpartum and infant care unit with an average monthly census of ••••• Plans, provides, directs, and evaluates care and performs physical assessments for obstetrical and neonatal patients. Plans, implements and evaluates patient and family education, discharge planning and agency referrals assessment as warranted. Served as charge nurse on a rotating basis with direct responsibility for supervising ••••• personnel, organizing unit work activities, and maintaining unit safety. Assists in development and implementation of unit plans, procedures, and programs. Participants in interdisciplinary patient care and staff conferences, in identifying developmental needs and the planning and presenting of programs with the head nurse. Assists in the orientation of new personnel. Performs professional nursing duties in all areas of womens health-obstetrical-neonatal unit. Provides intensive and routine care to patients during well and high risk ante-partum, intra-partum, recovery, and postpartum periods. Administration of oral, intravenous, intramuscular, subcutaneous medications. Initiate intravenous fluids and medications and blood transfusion to infants and adults; obtain laboratory blood/urine of tests. Acts as a patient Advocate. Prepares and positions patient and assists with specialized procedures such as vaginal delivery, Cesarean-section, circumcision, para-cervical, continuous epidural, and general anesthesia, and internal fetal/uterine monitor to include education of patients.
•••••/•••••/•••••/•••••/•••••; ••••• Hours per week; Staff Registered Nurse on Medical Surgical Ward. Fall Risk Coordinator. Pay Grade GS••••• (Title •••••). Dwight D. Eisenhower Veterans Medical Center ••••• S. 4Th St. Traffic way Leavenworth, Kansas ••••• Audrey M. Hogan RN, Associate Director Nursing, Primary Care Supervisor. Telephone ••••• EXT. ••••• Worked with Nursing Responsibilities. Charge Nurse of ••••• patient bed Medical surgical Ward. Assessed and made Health Interventions on each patient by performing physical assessments. Treatment of illness and injuries. Started intravenous access on patients as ordered by physician and administered intravenous solutions and antibiotic medications, orally, and intramuscularly. Monitored for possible adverse reactions. Performed cardiovascular testing with EKGs and Telemetry monitoring; Administered Blood and Blood products. Updated and gave report to on coming shift personnel. Received new patients and discharged patients with educational materials. Educated patients with information pertaining to their Physicians Chronic Diseases Diagnosis: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cancer and Digestion Abnormalities.
•••••/•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••/••••• Hours per week: •••••, Occupational Health Nurse/Community Health Nurse, GS••••• United States Army Aeromedical Center. Fort Rucker, AL •••••, MAJ Donna Upshaw, ••••• Community Health Nurse, Health Nurse Consultant, Occupational Health Nurse duties included performing Health hazard assessment and
surveillance of employee and workplace, monitoring annual blood
pressure, heart rates, respiratory rate, weight and height;
Investigation, monitoring and analysis of injury events and trends;
Monitoring current immunizations and ordering proper laboratory,
radiological, cardiovascular testing for evaluation of health status;
Special program needs of Ergonomics to prevent and treat musculoskeletal disorders; Functional role of an Educator, Researcher and Health Promotion; Worked with injured workers with Workers Compensation and with completion of proper paperwork; Maintain legal, regulatory and ethical compliance with OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration; Performed visual acuity assessments and requested safety glasses as well as protected equipment to perform job in a safe manner; Hearing apparatus usage and testing were performed with correct fit of equipment; Analyzed physical hazards, chemical hazards, biologic hazards, mechanical and psychosocial hazards all were reviewed with patient and educational handouts provided past reviewed; Safety shoes and masks for protection in doing a job safely was also assessed and provided. Personal protective equipment and Blood borne diseases of hazards of the work area emphasized. Maintained employees occupational health medical records. Health Educator, Health Inspector; Counselor for all Sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS. Credential Provider and Counselor for patients with Tuberculosis exposures, follow up and treatment with medication regimen. Teacher of health educational classes and training for health care workers, Daycare workers, Active military soldiers and family members. Health Consultant to the Special Needs Resource Team. Conducted monthly unannounced Health inspections. Conducted health assessments and review of immunizations, made appropriate referrals. Work site visits; Illness absence monitoring; Treatment of illness and injuries; Epidemiological investigations. Tobacco Cessation classes.
•••••/•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••/••••• Hours per week: •••••, Community Health Nurse,
GS••••• ••••• •••••th Base Support Battalion. APO, AE •••••, Giessen, Germany. Susan Q. Ziegler, ••••• Provide health/nursing services to Child Development Centers, Family Child Care Homes and Youth Services and School Age Services in four communities. Health Educator instructor for health promotion and Disease prevention classes; Conducted workshops, seminars, instructional aid in services and application of proper health practices. Work and train staff, children and parents in care for Special Need Children and application of special equipment usage, such as Asthmatic equipment. Serve as the Health Consultant on the Special Needs Resource Team. Conducted Health appraisals and arranged for appropriate referrals; monitored health records of staff personnel and enrolled children; reviewed current health assessments and immunization updates. Perform monthly unannounced health inspections, monitored and screen for communicable diseases. Instructor for health classes and training; Communicable Diseases, Medication usage Training, Asthma Care Training, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Conducted annual Internal Evaluations (ICCET). Rendered advice and recommendations to the command on community health related issues.
•••••/•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••/••••• Hours per week: •••••, Clinical Nurse, GS•••••
••••• USA Medical Department Activity Heidelberg. USA Health Clinic, Friedberg; Ambulatory MEDICAL, General Outpatient Service; Germany APO, AE •••••, MAJ Darius Yorichi, ••••• Performed health assessments to identify patient problems, implement nursing orders, evaluate nursing interventions. Treatment of illness and injuries; Pregnancy Surveillance Program; Ergonomic evaluations; Coordinates and provide in-services to staff members and instructed health educational classes to active duty soldiers and family members. Assist physicians with surgical procedures for children and adults. Supervise professional and paraprofessional staff members. Served as Obstetrics Nurse to ensure that Pap Smear Samples were properly labeled and shipped properly with results received and sent out to patients. Coordinated Pregnancy Screening with Prenatal Educational Classes series provided. Conducted screenings for child care and school immunizations. Nurse for Immunizations provided to children and adults. Administrated medications, initiated intravenous infusions and laboratory tests with blood specimens or other body fluids. Provided intramuscularly injections and treated wraps and splints under physician orders.
•••••/•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••/••••• Hours per week: •••••, Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Clinical Nurse, Operating Room Nursing Service/ Perioperative Nursing Service GS••••• ••••• General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital. Fort Leonard Wood, MO •••••, CPT Monica Hamilton,
••••• Post operative Anesthesia Care Unit Nurse. Monitored adult and children patients during a recovery period with specialized equipment, continuous electrocardiograms, pulse oximetry. Discharging patients with instructions for care. Administrated intravenous fluids and medications. Administered oral and intramuscularly medications to assisting stabilizing patients. Serve as Unit Performance Coordinator.
Patient Educator with instruction on health prevention.
•••••/•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••/••••• Hours per week: •••••, Operating Room Nurse, GS••••• Martin Army Community Hospital. Fort Benning, GA •••••, MAJ Cynthia Owens, ••••• Member of the Surgery Team. Operating room Section. Circulating and scrubbing, assisting surgeons. Made patient rounds with physicians and assess patients conditions. Assist doctors with procedures. Administrated intravenous fluids and medications, documentation on patient records.
•••••/•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••/••••• Hours per week: •••••, Registered Nurse Educator, Tarrant County Hospital District. Fort Worth, TX •••••, Dr.
Tabiri Tabasuri, (•••••)••••• Provided patient, family and community educational classes regarding health prevention, diseases, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, immunizations, self care classes, prenatal and child care classes, health maintenance and preventive medicine. Health Educator to high school students teaching weekly health educational classes. Host and organized quarterly health fair screenings. Used educational videos and handouts to enhance educational classes.
•••••/•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••/••••• Hours per week: •••••, Clinical Nurse Obstetrics Ward (OB/GYN), Carswell Air Force Base, Texas. GS••••• Performs professional nursing duties in all areas of womens health-obstetrical. Assisted with the Pregnancy Surveillance Program. Performed physical assessments. Patient Educator. Administered intravenous medications.
•••••/•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••/••••• Hours per week: •••••, Clinical Nurse in Obstetrics at Martin Army Community Hospital, Fort Benning, GA ••••• GS••••• MAJ Owens, Army Head Nurse, ••••• Patient Educator Coordinator, admitted patients to labor room, monitored vital signs and fetal heart rates, assisted physician in the administration of regional anesthesia, developed nursing care plans, operated cardiac monitor, oxygen analyzer, radiant warmer, isolette and phototherapy equipment.
Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), •••••, Nursing, GPA •••••, Cameron University, Total Credit hours earned quarter: •••••
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), •••••, Nursing, GPA •••••, Drury University, Total Credit hours earned semester: •••••
Master of Arts Degree (MA), •••••, Health Services Management, GPA •••••, Webster University, Total Credit hours earned semester: •••••
Occupational Health Medicine Course/Community Health Course
EEO Counselor Training Course
The Army Institute for Professional Development(U.S. Army Training Support Center):
&#•••••; Supervisor Development Course
&#•••••; Action Officer Development Course
&#•••••; Managing and Leading
&#•••••; Management and Development
&#•••••; Human Resources.
Basic Life Support Provider
Basic Life Support Instructor
Advance Cardiac Life Support Provider
Pediatric Life Support
Telemetry Certification Program
Self Care Class Instructor
Basic HIV/AIDS Instructor
Tuberculin Skin Test Certification Course
ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Course by the National Restaurant Association
Department of the Armys Prevention of Sexual Harassment for supervisors
Leadership Education and Development Course
Career Development Workshop
Total Quality Management Course
Neonatal Resuscitation Provider (NRP).
Commendation Award for exceptional service and dedicated quality medical care (•••••/•••••).
Helping Hand Award for extraordinary Family Support Group Support (•••••/•••••).
Certificate of Appreciation for professionalism and enthusiasm to the United States Army (•••••/•••••).
Commanding Generals Award for volunteered Community Service (•••••/•••••).
Job Performance Award, U.S. Medical Department of Activity Heidelberg (•••••/•••••).
Job Performance Award, •••••th BSB (•••••/•••••).
Commendable on MCCET Health Inspection (•••••/•••••).
Registered Nursing Licensure # ••••• State of Alabama, expires •••••/•••••/•••••
Registered Nursing Licensure # RN ••••• State of Missouri Division,
valid through •••••/•••••/•••••
Department of the Army Certificate of Training: Fundamentals of Occupational Medicine/Community Health Nursing.
Membership National League for Nurses; American Board for Occupational Health Nurses. Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Provider, expires: 1 Apr ••••• BLS expires November •••••