Clinical Nurse Assistant Resume

Added on August 18, 2011 in C, Health Care Resumes by admin

Clinical Nurse Assistant Cheryl Morgan
300 La Villa • Brentwood, New York 11717 • (607) 777-7777 • Cherylmorgan@internet.com

CLINICAL NURSE ASSISTANT
ER…Shock/Trauma… Immediate Care…Triage
• Two years’ experience as a Clinical Nurse Assistant in ER, Shock/Trauma, Immediate Care and Triage units
• Hardworking and energetic; adapt easily to change, stressful environments, and flexible work schedules
• Maintain strong observation, assessment, and intervention skills essential to providing competent patient care
• Advocate for patients/family rights; effectively communicate a patient’s needs and concerns to medical team

Education
Suffolk Community College, Brentwood, New York
Currently enrolled in liberal Arts Program with a concentration in Nursing, 2007 – Present
Coursework: Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics

Brentwood School of Nursing, Brentwood, New York
Clinical Assistant Skills Upgrade Program, 2009

Licenses & Certifications
New York State Certified Clinical Nurse Assistant, 2007
Basic EKG and Phlebotomy

Professional Experience

Clinical Nurse Assistant, Good Samaritan Hospital, West Islip, N Y 4/06 – Present
—prior positions: Hospital Attendant; Pharmacist Assistant Evening/Night Shifts
Pharmacist Assistant, CVS/ Pharmacy, West Islip, New York 6/04 – 10/05
Customer Service Representative, Quick Transport Solutions Inc., Islip, New York 5/04 – 6/05

• Work with a team of nurses and physicians throughout Emergency Room, Shock/Trauma, Immediate Care, and Triage departments for Good Samaritan Hospital, one of the only Level I Trauma hospitals on Long Island
• Care for up to 250 patients per shift within a 32-bed Emergency Room Unit, and for patients in a 9-bed Trauma Unit; assist with interbating of patients, life support systems, and general post-mortem procedures
• Provide direct patient care in areas of vital signs, phlebotomy, EKGs, treatment of surgical wounds, gynaecological examinations, Activities of Daily Living, and patient transportation within the hospital
• Prepare patients for transfer to all critical care units, demonstrating quick thinking skills and ability to multitask while remaining focused and calm under pressure
• Under the direction of the staff nurse, perform initial assessments of patients upon admission within a fast-paced Triage unit, and establish a Plan-of-Care for all patients
• Assist orthopaedic physicians with splinting, casting, positioning, and set up of tractions
• Closely monitor and report changes in patients’ conditions and malfunctioning of medical equipment

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