Other Qualifications, Certifications and Credentials
Vocational Nurse Practice License 10/2011.
Certificate of Medical Assistant 2002/2003.
Certificate of Phlebotomy and EKG 2003 American Heart Association - Certified Adult, infant and Child CPR, AED, BLS. 2007-Present.
I work for all ages. Below is a summary of my experience: 1. Provide direct patient care as defined under the state nurse practice act using sound judgment and critical thinking. 2. Implement plan of care and treatment initiated by the registered nurse. 3. Provide accurate, detailed and timely documentation consistent with the plan of care and the nursing process. 4. Conduct ongoing assessments. 5. Participate...
I work for all ages. Below is a summary of my experience: 1. Provide direct patient care as defined under the state nurse practice act using sound judgment and critical thinking. 2. Implement plan of care and treatment initiated by the registered nurse. 3. Provide accurate, detailed and timely documentation consistent with the plan of care and the nursing process. 4. Conduct ongoing assessments. 5. Participate in health/therapeutic counseling, teaching and emotional support to the client and family/caregivers. 6. Observe client condition and accurately reports to the registered nurse. 7. Assist the registered nurse with client discharge or transfer. 8. Assess and provide client and family/caregiver education and information pertinent to diagnosis. 9. Prepare, administer, and appropriately document actions taken specific to commonly prescribed oral, topical, subcutaneous and intramuscular medications. Observe, report and record adverse reactions to medications and/or treatment to the registered nurse. 10. Recognize the need for and institute emergency measures in a rapid and appropriate manner, when indicated. 11. Participates in coordination of home health services, appropriately reporting the identified needs for other disciplines (i. e., PT, O, ST, Dietician) to the Director of Nursing or registered nurse supervisor. 12. Perform wound care. 13. Perform all skills, treatments and procedures competently in accordance to the scope of practice as defined in the Nurse Practice Act in the state of clinical practice and adheres to the policies, procedures and protocols of the agency. 14. Follow principles of infection control and Universal Precautions. 15. Identify and participate in performance improvement activities. 16. Use equipment properly and in a safe manner.
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