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Top 50 Nurse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Nurse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Nurse resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.4% of Nurse resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Nurse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Nurse

1. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Coordinate scheduling notices of patient care planning conference and assure communication of outcomes/problems to the responsible staff, patient/or responsible party.
  • Work on an acute inpatient rehabilitation unit providing total patient care under the guidance of an experienced preceptor on the unit.
  • Consult and coordinate with health care team members to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care plans.
  • Provided direct patient care, case management, follow-up care, and health education to all residential students.
  • Collaborated with doctors, nurse practitioner, facility staff, and patient family to provide optimal patient care.
  • Worked with physicians, nurse practitioners, social workers and ancillary staff in providing holistic patient care.
  • Developed patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations, and nursing diagnosis.
  • Collaborated with Triage nurse on patient care, and change of status.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment and maintained patient flow.
  • Utilized strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care.
  • Make recommendations to the physician for the patient care.
  • Provided quality patient care during after hours.
  • Provide direct patient care for inmates.
  • Interact with departments regarding patient care.
  • Manage patient care as well.
  • Direct Patient Care Monitored/assisted clients in their home, and hospital with everyday needs, and prepared meals
  • Recruited patient care providers to healthcare network.
  • Nurse Aid * One on one patient care
  • March 1996 - May 2010 Emergency Department I am responsible for acute patient care which varies in acuity.
  • Administered direct patient care in the preop and postop setting to cardiac pts.

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2. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Responded to emergency situations as required and documented provided nursing care.
  • Administered medications as ordered for routine care and emergency situations.
  • Directed teachers and less skilled personnel during emergency situations.
  • Assessed emergency situations and transported camper to appropriate site.
  • Respond to emergency situations and provide treatment accordingly.
  • Respond to medical/emergency situations as they arise.
  • Gained experience in dealing with emergency situations.
  • Respond to special instructions during emergency situations.
  • Acted rapidly and effectively during emergency situations.
  • Assess medical cases in skilled nursing facilities, advise in emergency situations and present cases for physician case management.
  • Participated in rotation of being on call and available on weekends and evening hours for all emergency situations.
  • Demonstrated strong leadership, management and critical thinking skills; able to work under emergency situations.
  • Intervene in crisis and other emergency situations for all GRC departments and phone triage.
  • Assessed patient's conditions and took immediate action in emergency situations.
  • Recognize adverse signs and symptoms and react in emergency situations.
  • Attend to all emergency situations in the correctional facility.
  • Handle emergency situations in a 102 bed facility.
  • Assist team members in emergency situations.
  • Provide first aid in emergency situations.
  • Acted swiftly in emergency situations.

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3. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Monitored vital signs, blood glucose, PT/INR, mobility, cardiopulmonary status, etc, and reported back to physician.
  • Performed basic physical assessments and monitoring of vital signs of newborn infants while assisting as needed in the newborn nursery.
  • Involved in checking vital signs, evaluating patient status, patient admission and release and supervising mental status.
  • Record patient vital signs; blood pressure, temperature, heart rate, blood glucose and weight.
  • Measured vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Job description-vital signs, patient teaching, prepping and set up, assist MD with test.
  • Assessed, monitored and documented patient progress, symptoms and vital signs on each visit.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Obtain accurate documentation of signs and symptoms and vital signs throughout the test.
  • Obtained vital signs, administered medications, and routine care i.e.
  • Monitored the fetal heart rate, and mother's vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Check vital signs and prep patients for exams.
  • Record patients' medical information and vital signs.
  • Monitor and record vital signs.
  • Obtain vital signs prior to reinfusion; perform all relevant functions necessary for the discontinuation of treatment - document.
  • Perform and record Pre and Post dialysis evaluation, weight and vital signs with initial identification.
  • Obtain necessary pre and post treatment vital signs and weight.
  • Collect Vital signs and Accu Checks Routinely performs heel sticks for laboratory specimens.
  • Recover all the EGD and Colonoscopy patients Monitor all Vital Signs Make all the follow-up courtesy calls from the previous day

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4. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Gather, review, and form professional statement/opinion regarding medical records, case documentation/interviews, and medical/ billing/nursing standards of practice.
  • Reviewed and approved volunteer medical records to determine fitness for duty.
  • Audited assigned medical records to validate patient charges.
  • Requested Medical Records For Physicians.
  • Manage medications and medical records, perform first aid, and provide health education to children and their parents.
  • Make schedules for Doctor's, Nurse sick call and transfer medical records to the schedules appointments.
  • Audited and investigated medical records, billing and coding practices from providers and health care facilities.
  • Reviewed hospital bills and medical records to determine accuracy in billing and improve revenue capture.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Amassed health/developmental histories for all students; built and maintained database of medical records.
  • Interacted with outside hospitals and physicians offices to fulfill request for medical records.
  • Worked with clients on a daily basis, reviewed and summarized medical records.
  • Audited medical records for all aspects of care and services.
  • Maintained patient medical records and carried out physicians orders.
  • Maintained 2,100 medical records, the clinic and pharmacy.
  • Created and maintained all absentee and medical records.
  • Order, review and summarize medical records.
  • Obtain history and physical and documentation in medical records and assist with various modes of needs of patients.
  • Reviewed medical records and interviewed patients, family members and multi-disciplinary medical staff members,determining appropriate placement within the facility.
  • Handle Medication Handle Medical Records Fax Prescriptions to pharmacy Answer questions from residents regarding medications

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5. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Communicate with patients/family/health care team for efficient care coordination.
  • Utilized interdisciplinary health care team members.
  • Documented all activities, findings and recommendations, and reported them to the Doctors and others on the health care team.
  • Educate and teach the patient or care partner about the techniques to maintain the health care by using the home therapies.
  • Coordinated patient's education, serving as a liaison between patients, families, physicians and other health care professions.
  • Confer with patients, patient's family, the health care team on treatment and recovery medical plans for patients.
  • Practice is carried out with a high degree of independence in challenging out-of-hospital environment and at regional health care facilities.
  • Provided information to patients, their families and the health care team through education and by answering questions and requests.
  • Collaborated with Sinai health care team and executed care plans to achieve positive maternal and infant outcomes.
  • Interpret and collaborative role of the professional nurse as a member of the multidisciplinary health care team.
  • Act as liaisons between patients and health care workers, such as hospital staff and physicians.
  • Conducted assessments, made interventions and utilized available resources in conjunction with the health care team.
  • Liaised between physicians, nursing staff, and other health care professionals.
  • Educate patients/families on health care needs, conditions, options etc.
  • Collaborate daily with health care staff to achieve optimum patient care.
  • Direct or supervise less-skilled nursing or health care personnel.
  • Conduct monthly awareness workshop on preventive health care topics.
  • Empowered patients to take charge of their health care.
  • Conducted screening, diagnostic treatment and rehabilitative and supportive services as nurse on a health care team.
  • Received pre certification (health care) request via inbound calls, fax, and emails.

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6. Triage
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Here's how Triage is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Developed orthopedic protocols used in the evaluation of orthopedic patients in telephone triage unit.
  • Provide triage, nursing care, and evaluation to campers and staff for a variety of chronic and acute disease processes.
  • Perform triage on patients and manage the flow of the Emergency Department based on the medical necessity of the patients.
  • Perform many activities such as triage patients, draw blood, take vital signs, call in refills and call
  • Provided triage, monthly assessment, direct nursing care, and referrals for 8 group homes.
  • Performed patient triage, drew blood, reviewed lab results and provided Spanish interpretation
  • Served as a nurse on psychiatric triage and acute adult inpatient psychiatric units.
  • Develop and implement triage procedures aimed at improving efficiency in the ER.
  • Respond to triage calls from patients/families with changes in condition/concerns.
  • Assist physician, triage patient calls, educate regarding disease process
  • Assisted with triage of bed placement from multiple admission sources.
  • Weekend and evening triage of patient calls.
  • Provided psychiatric triage assessment and treatment.
  • Assist MD with administration of IV therapy for patients diagnosed with Infectious Diseases Triage, assess and monitor patient responses
  • Labor triage and following patients throughout the labor process keeping a strong collaboration with attending physicians.
  • Triaged ER users and directed to appropriate area of care.
  • Cared for 1-4 triage, antepartum, intrapartum and postpartum patients presenting with normal and high-risk pregnancies.
  • Travel Nurse Labor & Delivery Mother/Baby Triage Nursery
  • Key Accomplishments: Able to triage patients and coordinate care Nurse for Fast Track Patient and Family Education Trauma Nurse
  • Labor & Delivery * Post Partum * Antepartum * Triage

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7. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Complete a comprehensive screening /assessment and utilizing clinical expertise to evaluate the members need for alternative services.
  • Assist with newborn stabilization after delivery and surgical postpartum patients.
  • Ensured external follow-up where required.
  • Monitor overnight any of our trainee's that are to sick, or with fever in the Sick Bay area.
  • Position as nurse practitioner was to be developed, but I moved to California for my husband's work.
  • Report variance issues to the Revenue Cycle Team, Clinical Manager, Internal Audit or Corporate Compliance when appropriate.
  • Serve as RN of Admissions, tasked with performing hands- on nursing responsibilities as well as administrative functions.
  • Report changes in patients' conditions and other matters of concern requiring prompt attention.
  • Provide maternal nursing care to active labor patients and early labor patients.
  • Presented at University of Southern Indiana Annual Research Conference April 2006.
  • Worked as a clinical preceptor for RN-BSN student for two semesters.
  • Supervised a five bed overnight stay unit in the evening.
  • Supervised 1 RN and 2 Heath Care Technicians daily.
  • Performed multiple post op procedures for ARNP.
  • Provided real time, daily, and weekly verbal and written feedback for new RNs.
  • Hired as Phlebotomist in 1987 and working in that position while earning my Nursing Degree.
  • Communicated shifts concerns by unit to appropriate staff Assured that staffing is in place.
  • Traveled weekly with MD to Moffitt International to see patient's.
  • Work closely with engineering Cerner Millennium teams.
  • Administered IV glutathione, placenta, collagen and L-carnitine injections to patients.

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8. Surgery
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Here's how Surgery is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Obtained nursing history and compiled required elements before surgery.
  • Managed patient recovery and anesthesiology regiments post surgery.
  • Make sure the room is ready, clean and set up with equipment, tools and instrumentation needed for the surgery.
  • Assumed role of Charge Nurse, opening the unit and communicating with bed control for patients being admitted after surgery.
  • Delivered postoperative nursing care to both inpatients and outpatients (Same Day Surgery).
  • Educated patients and families on what to expect regarding there surgery/procedure, and prep.
  • Supervised a twenty bed ambulatory surgery unit in the evenings for nine years.
  • Prepared operating rooms for surgery, using appropriate techniques.
  • Assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery.
  • Facilitate surgery schedule in timely and safe manner.
  • Coordinated surgery schedules for three physicians.
  • Prepped charts for surgery and procedures.
  • Provided pre-operative and postoperative care to patients admitted for surgery.
  • Prepared superbills for surgery billing.
  • Retrieved lab work and history and physicals as needed for the physicians prior to surgery.
  • Account for sponges, sharps, implants, explants and specimens during the surgery.
  • Answered inquiries from patients about their qualifications for lasik surgery.
  • Worked full time in an outpatient surgery center.
  • keep the patient under anesthesia during surgery.
  • Assist in surgery - Monitor patient/patient assessment - Pre- and post- operative patient care - Maintain sterile field

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9. Daily Living
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Here's how Daily Living is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Provided primary resident care and assistance with daily living activities.
  • Assisted patients with regular activities of daily living, and prepared them for discharge by providing special instructions of discharge care.
  • Administered medications, assisted with moving patients to and from therapy, assisted with feeding and activities of daily living.
  • Assist with activities of daily living and maintain contacts with providers via phone and by appointments as often as necessary.
  • Assisted patients with daily living tasks such as, housekeeping, meal service, bathing.
  • Supervised and Assisted residents activities of daily living to enhance quality of life for patients.
  • Provided all daily living tasks to enhance quality of life for elderly patients.
  • Assist with daily living skills, and charting of all activities.
  • Assisted residents with all aspects of daily living.
  • Assisted with activities of daily living.
  • Complete activities of daily living Manage everyday task
  • Worked on an orthopedic and neurological monitoring vital signs, urine glucose, providing nutrition and all activities of daily living.
  • Monitored VS, rhythm strips, glucose levels, collected specimens, provided nutrition and all activities of daily living.
  • Monitored vital signs, rhythm strips, blood glucose, provided nutrition and all activities of daily living.
  • direct patient care including all aspects of activities of daily living.
  • Assist patients with all of the activities of daily living.
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (Contract) Assisted with activities of daily living Provided companionship to residents
  • Administered medications Performed wound care treatments Completed charting on BCMA and CPRS Activities of daily living
  • Direct patient care Medication administration Patient and family education Pediatric assessment and POC testing Assisted with activities of daily living
  • Certified Nursing Assistant Daily care of elderly/disabled patients Companion Activities for Daily Living Bathing Feeding Vital Signs

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10. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Prepared personalized treatment plans and presented to clients for authorization.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans with individuals and families.
  • Staff education in the following areas: medication administration, medical interventions, treatment plans, first aid and emergency care.
  • Develop treatment plans for wounds, perform treatment, and ensure preventative measures in place to prevent wounds.
  • Directed patients based on complains and symptoms to resources and/or specific treatment plans per department protocol and policy.
  • Communicated patient condition and treatment plans to patient and families, gaining consents as required.
  • Referred treatment plans/ Plan of Care to peer clinical reviews (PCR) as required.
  • Perform assessments, develop and implement treatment plans along with the treatment team.
  • Educate patients on various disease processes and treatment plans as well as follow-up.
  • Manage plan of care for those patients and place treatment plans accordingly.
  • Modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions.
  • Utilized end-of-care skills in addition to updating treatment plans with therapy staff.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Provide patient education on medications, diagnoses, treatment plans and aftercare.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to educate patients on treatment plans.
  • Assess the client's ability to follow through with treatment plans.
  • Document patients' medical and psychological histories, physical assessment results, diagnoses, treatment plans, prescriptions, or outcomes.
  • Communicated closely with physicians in regards to the condition of patients and carried out treatment plans according to physicians directions.
  • Facilitated member care transition through the healthcare continuum and referred treatment plans/plan of care to clinical reviewers as required.
  • Field Case Manager August 2012 December 2013 Exceptional ability to develop treatment plans, progress notes, and termination summaries.

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11. ICU
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Here's how ICU is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Care for patients age 30 days and up, and provide secondary nurse support to NICU RN's on specialty transports.
  • Serve as charge nurse, making bed assignments, assisting with difficult patients, Medical Emergency Team (MET) member.
  • Provided employees with guidance in handling difficult and complex problems, and in resolving escalated complaints and disputes.
  • Trained ICU and CVICU Nurses in monitoring and trouble-shooting techniques for the operation of CVVHD/CRRT machine.
  • Commended by supervisors for handling difficult situations involving both patients and their families.
  • Collaborated with nurse and rapid response team to have patient transferred to ICU.
  • Provided nursing care in the clinic, staterooms, and ICU admissions.
  • Provide care to patients in a 15 bed PICU Trauma Center.
  • Provided support to hospital management in the ICU nursing unit.
  • Worked all units including the ICU.
  • Performed general nursing duties in CCU, ICU and Medical/Surgical Unit Became Charge Nurse and Team Leader in CCU
  • Performed 150 hours of direct patient care during an intensive, extracurricular preceptorship.
  • Staff Nurse and Charge Nurse responsibilities in RICU and SICU ICUs
  • Excel in patient teaching, particularly new Hemodialysis Patients.
  • Acted as an In-Service trainer and conducted in-service training programs for nursing students and RNs assigned in the ICU
  • Step Down Unit / ICU Nurse (5 years) Assessed and treated patients with cardiac arrhythmias.
  • home visits, planning and feedback Particular focus and planning for children with poor speech and language development
  • team nurse, also floated to the Emergency Department, Radiology and Med/Surg and ICU
  • Skilled in bedside monitoring, Ventilation, Swan Ganz, Vasoactive Medications, Fluid Replacement Ventriculostomy and Camino Monitoring.
  • Transferred from Harris Methodist Southwest ICU and Charge Subacute/ tele unit at 5 th year to Presbyterian Denton with family move.

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12. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Started and maintained blood pressure clinic, to include teaching, taking blood pressure, and follow up when necessary.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Checked all vitals sign including blood pressure, temperature (rectally & orally) blood/oxygen level, and heart rate.
  • Provide basic bedside care, taking vital signs such as Temperature, Blood Pressure, Pulse and Respiration.
  • Monitored and recorded patients' temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respiration rate, and food/fluid intake/output.
  • Perform health screenings including BMI, height, weight, blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose.
  • Conducted clinic to assist resident with first aid, wound care, and blood pressure monitoring.
  • Apply minor dressings and also take patient blood pressure, pulse and glucose monitoring.
  • Recorded vital signs of patients such as blood pressure, temperature and heart rate.
  • Answered inmate questions concerning blood sugar, blood pressure, breathing treatments, medications.
  • Monitor patients to check for complications such as low blood pressure and cramping.
  • Measured and recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration.
  • Include schedule measurement of abdominal girth, blood pressure and glucose levels.
  • Take blood pressures, temperatures, heart rate, oxygen levels.
  • Familiarized with EKG, Blood pressure, and Pulse OX monitoring.
  • Checked pulse and blood pressure routinely.
  • Assisted with daily needs, Provide appropriate medication, bathing, blood pressure, escorts and other critical needs.
  • Provide basic patient care, such as taking temperatures or blood pressures, dressing wounds and performing catheterizations.
  • Record basic patient information, including pre dialysis weight, blood pressure, temperature respiration and pulse.
  • recorded patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.

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13. CNA
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Here's how CNA is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Delivered comprehensive geriatric nursing care; supervised team of CNA's; completed essential assessments and necessary documentation
  • Provided daily nursing care, and coordinated CNA care to elderly and rehabilitation patients for 27-36 patient unit.
  • Administer medications, change patients' dressings, obtain doctor's orders, and supervise CNA's.
  • Provide direction and guidance to CNA's and CMA's daily.
  • Work closely with MD and CNA to provide patient centered care.
  • Supervised CNA's and encouraged excellent care with dignity.
  • Supervised and overlooked CNA staff and caregivers.
  • Performed my duties as a CNA.
  • Promoted to Restorative Nurse, managing three CNA co-workers while monitoring residents' weight, eating abilities and strength training.
  • Worked as a part of a cooperative team with other nurses, CNAs, and physicians.
  • Supervised Restorative CNAs, developed processes to improve the RNP, educated nursing staff.
  • Supervised unit CNAs, and any and all follow ups needed for residents care.
  • Work in all Abrazo Facilities as Registry as PCT-CNA and Spanish Bilingual Interpreter.
  • Supervised CNAs to ensure compliance with Providence Hospital's standards of care.
  • Supervised CNA's on the floor Interfaced with residents as needed
  • Refined physical assessment skills Additional responsibilities: filling positions for call-offs, organizing work assignments for CNAs and nurses
  • Guided CNAs to ensure all patients' needs were met in a timely manner.
  • Supervised CNAs, QMAs, and nurses with limited medication constraints due to ISNP.
  • March 2009 In-Home Care giver/CNA/GNA Caring for clients and assisting with ADL's.
  • Conduct interviews with a wide variety of interdisciplinary staff including Administrators, RNs, LVNs, CNAs, MAs and Physicians.

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14. Hospice
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Here's how Hospice is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Assessed & completed admission documentation for hospice patients.
  • Presented hospice services and philosophy to patients and families in a manner that resulted in the admission of appropriate patients.
  • Analyze and define problems that are capable of correction through hospice interventions and are prioritized in development of care plan.
  • Assisted home nurse and hospice staff with all aspects of daily care, including bathing, feeding and dressing.
  • Provided comfort to patients by working with hospice agencies, long-term care facilities, and hospitals.
  • Evaluated patients for hospice appropriateness through chart reviews and assessment of patient current medical status.
  • Traveled to hospitals, residences, and facilities to evaluate patients for hospice service.
  • Coordinated with doctors and registered nurses to develop care plans for patients under hospice care
  • Worked as team member to improve care for medically fragile and hospice patients.
  • Assisted Hospice QA nurse in her roles with ADC of 500 hospice patients.
  • Provide care for Hospice patients in patients homes, and facilities.
  • Initiated care with hospice and provided direct patient support.
  • Case management with hospice inpatient and outpatient hospital care.
  • Direct nursing care with in-patient hospice facility.
  • Managed panel of home and hospice patients.
  • Provided hospice and palliative care services.
  • Admitted patients to hospice care.
  • Registered Nurse / Clinical Director Hospice
  • Perform assessments on patients against Hospice Criteria, Collab with Medical Director to admit to patients to Hospice.
  • Provide Patients with one on one care for patients with stoke,brain injury,hospice and high risk fall.

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15. Telemetry
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Here's how Telemetry is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive care to a diverse population of patients requiring cardiac monitoring on telemetry unit and ICU.
  • Direct and guide patient/family teaching while maintaining standards of professional nursing care in Telemetry.
  • Registered Nurse: Medical/surgical and telemetry staff relief for Denver Metro hospitals
  • Direct patient care on a medical/surgical and telemetry unit.
  • Managed central lines, initiated and monitored critical drips and telemetry, formed nursing diagnosis and initiated appropriate care plans.
  • Worked in various facilities through an agency providing staff relief in medical surgical, telemetry and step down floors.
  • Developed and implemented a variety of Telemetry nursing skills within my day to day role as a floor nurse.
  • Worked in various hospitals in the Atlanta area through an agency providing staff relief in medical surgical and telemetry.
  • Included telemetry monitoring of patients, maintaining continuous IV drips on patients, monitoring of ventilator assisted patients.
  • Provided clinical care on Med Surge, Telemetry, Orthopedic, Stroke, and Short Stay units.
  • Monitored patient's vital signs, telemetry, and level of sedation throughout procedure.
  • Provided hands-on care to variety of surgical, telemetry, and medical patients.
  • Specialized in telemetry and seasonal contracts on Open-Heart Step down units.
  • Treated melanoma and renal cell patients on telemetry with IL2.
  • Completed three month Charge position on telemetry unit.
  • Provide direct care to acutely ill telemetry patients.
  • Nurse, Per Diem Staff Nursing * Critical Care Unit Staffing (Intensive, Cardiac and Telemetry).
  • Monitor and interpret telemetry strips Provide care to patients suffering from brain and nervous system disorders.
  • Exposed to multiple departments including PCU, Med Surg, Telemetry and more
  • Post graduation, I worked as a Med/Surg telemetry nurse, and ICU Nurse in Open Heart and in Med/Surg ICU.

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16. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Develop systems and forms to document concerns and milestones, admissions, discharges, lab work and EKG's.
  • Performed some patient assessments such as vitals, EKG and relayed them to the nurse.
  • Performed ADL's, glucose testing, lab specimen collections, 12-lead EKG's.
  • Conduct vitals, documentation, EKG's and pain assessments.
  • Administered hearing, EKG and eye exams.
  • Performed EKG's and monitored telemetry.
  • Administered IV infusion, IM, SC injection, PPD test, blood transfusion and EKG.
  • Can draw blood and do EKGS.
  • Perform Pediatric and Adult vision, hearing screening test, EKG's, venipuncture duties, and applying splints and casts.
  • Monitored cardiac enzymes and trained in interpreting electrocardiograms (EKGs) to rule out acute coronary syndrome.
  • Scheduled and administered EKGs to inmates and interpreted abnormal rhythms to physicians as needed.
  • Provide cardiac monitoring and ekg interpretation before, during and after each protocol.
  • blood pressure, EKG, and respiratory status for any detrimental unforeseen issues.
  • Analyzed clients ABGs, CBC/metabolic profiles, radiology results, EKG readings.
  • Performed EKG's , and assisted ER Dr. in many treatments.
  • Interpret laboratory, ekgs, x-rays, and diagnostic tests.
  • Performed Urinalysis, administered EKG's and Holter monitor.
  • Obtain/performed phlebotomy, laboratory specimens, electrocardiograms (EKGs), medical-surgical procedures, dressing changes, TB skin tests.
  • Assist health care providers with examinations, procedures, and administer oral/intravenous medications, oxygen, nebulizers, and EKGs.
  • Triaged patients coming into Emergency Room Assisted physician with patient care Started IV's, Drew blood work, EKG's

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17. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Coordinated with medical and paramedical professionals to provide appropriate input and effectively plan treatment plan for the patient.
  • Report to health facility within 45 minutes of law enforcement or patient arrival to conduct timely forensic examination.
  • Assessed patients in active withdrawal and provided interventions to manage physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms.
  • Delivered accurate and timely documentation and ensured all organizational skills were maintained.
  • Examined patients and dispensed contraceptives and other medications as needed.
  • Educate patients and families on care they are receiving answer questions so they understand the plan of care and results.
  • Maintain accurate records of CM activities in the Enterprise Medical Management Automation (EMMA) System using clinical guidelines.
  • Administer medications, IVIG, fluids, or other solutions via intravenous methods at the patient s home.
  • Develop and monitors members care, to include progress toward meeting established goals and self-management activities.
  • Adhered to HIPPA standards to protect PPI and to comply with patient privacy requirements.
  • Explained the objectives and responsibilities of each nurse in the clinic.
  • Assist physicians with delivery, and circulate in operating rooms.
  • Deliver safe and accurate testing of the adult population.
  • Establish and maintain IV access on all patients.
  • Managed care for post-operative patients through discharge.
  • Assisted doctors with surgeries and non-invasive procedures.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate outstanding healthcare teams.
  • Developed individualized checklists to assist new nurses with workflow, documentation, time management, etc.
  • Started IV's and drew blood if the phlebotomist were unable to get it.
  • Project management: Prioritize objectives, define requirements, and manage deliverables and timelines.

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  • Assist Physicians and other staff members during delivery including cesarean deliveries.
  • Worked in conjunction with an RN and NP to provide care to over 700 campers aged 4-15 and staff members.
  • Prepare schedule for following day and collaborate with other staff members to determine needs for procedures to be performed.
  • Provide and educate nursing leadership and all staff members related to advance wound healing techniques and preventative activities.
  • Thank you for your time and possible opportunity to be one of your staff members in the future.
  • Attended to all health care needs of 400+ campers and staff members following standard Doctor's orders.
  • Managed on site health program and provided care for pediatric campers as well as adult staff members.
  • Collaborate between unit staff members and management to address issues in patient care.
  • Worked as charge nurse in high acuity units and supervised 2-4 staff members.
  • Monitored behaviors with staff members : patients and observed for safety precautions.
  • Serve as a preceptor, providing clinical guidance to new staff members.
  • Staff Nurse Mentor New Staff Members Provide neonatal transport family education programs.
  • Worked well with other staff members and asked questions when appropriate.
  • Assisted in search, selection and orientation of new staff members.
  • Assigned other staff members to patients in the field.
  • Assist in the orientation of new staff members.
  • Assist with training of new staff members.
  • Orient and educate new staff members.
  • Trained and supervised activities of preauthorization staff members.
  • Developed a pressure ulcer educational poster for the unit and held informational sessions for the unit staff members.

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19. Medication Administration
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  • Provided patient care including assessments, medication administration, emergency care, documentation of health, and communication with staff and physicians
  • Provided triage, referrals, direct nursing care, and medication administration to incarcerated population.
  • Performed physical assessments and medication administration on 12 hours shifts.
  • Assess patient thoroughly before, during and after medication administration.
  • Carry out direct patient care with medication administration.
  • Assessed and reassessed pain level after medication administration.
  • Document all medication administration to patient.
  • Provided patient education for medication administration.
  • Ensured timely medication administration; treated a large variety of serious conditions on-site, often as a precursor to hospital care.
  • Provided emergency care, wound treatments, medication administration, assessments, charting, computer entry, communication, and chart organization
  • Perform routine nurse duties including vital signs monitoring, routine blood testing, catheters, and intravenous medication administration.
  • Assisted diabetics to manage their disease by teaching them proper blood sugar testing, nutrition, and medication administrations.
  • Assist campers and staff with daily medication administration, first aid, and any other health related concerns.
  • Supervised corpsman for documentation, medication administration, post surgical care, and other nursing duties as needed.
  • Provided safe, medication administration, dressing changes, insertion and care of IV's.
  • Performed patient assessments, medication administration, admissions, discharges, and patient education.
  • Included medication administration and nursing procedures.
  • Enrolled Nurse in Community Hospital in Samoa Provided triage, referrals, direct nursing care and medication administration.
  • Initial Plan of Care development, medication administration and monitoring for side effects.
  • Provided patient care including patient assessment, medication administration, transfusion of blood and blood products, and oversight of chemotherapy administration

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20. Critical Care
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  • Utilized critical care experience in monitoring postoperative patients as they recovered from anesthesia.
  • Dedicated critical care team member of a Nurse/Paramedic/EMT composition.
  • Administer oral and IV medications, including multiple drips used in the Critical care setting, and observe their response.
  • Provided nursing coverage for critical care units within the hospital in need of additional staffing to meet patient acuity.
  • Maintain Advance Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support as required by this critical care area.
  • Delivered wide range of RN services and expertise to intermediate care and critical care unit patients.
  • Provided excellent nursing care to seven telemetry patients on a critical care step down unit.
  • Provided care and medication being administered to patients in a critical care intense hospital setting.
  • Stabilized ill children and managed their critical care transfers to tertiary care settings.
  • Provided experienced nursing care to Floor, Critical Care and Emergency Room patients.
  • Coordinated and transported critical care patients to and from Imaging throughout hospital.
  • Administered dialysis to critical care patients in the hospital.
  • float to multiple units, adult burn center, critical care step-down, medical- surgical, OR, and short stay.
  • Follow doctor's orders in the home setting for critical care vent-trach pediatric and adult patients.
  • Floated between med-surg type floor and critical care floor the entire duration of employment.
  • worked in critical care areas managing up to ten ventilators on a daily basis.
  • Experienced in rotor-wing critical care on Astar 350 B2/B3 and Augusta A119 Koala aircraft.
  • self-directed, performance driven Critical Care Resource Nurse throughout the system.
  • core trauma and critical care, Orient new employees, Mentor.
  • Awarded continuous improvement award Skills Used Cannulation, access evaluation, patient assessment, give critical care in emergencies

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21. Infection Control
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  • Developed and implemented infection control policies including: mandatory immunization requirements, medication management, and infection control and quarantine procedures.
  • Participate in the facility infection control program for monitoring communicable and/or infectious disease among residents and staff.
  • Designed & implemented teaching strategies * Reviewed infection control with home infusions
  • Conduct infection control inspections and education, campus-wide.
  • Developed infection control procedures and evaluated outcome.
  • Followed isolation precautions and infection control procedures.
  • Solved and successfully handled in house infection control issues that included blood borne pathogens, immunizations and OSHA mandatory standards.
  • Developed the Infection Control Committee, sat on the Performance Improvement Committee, and assisted in the employee health program.
  • Educate patients and patients support system on disease process, home safety practices, wound care, infection control.
  • Coordinated the facility's Infection Control program and ensured compliance with the protocols mandated by State and Federal statutes.
  • Maintain appropriate documentation for quality improvement monitor infection control reports, e t c as assigned.
  • Performed wound care in accordance with infection control protocol of the facility.
  • Adhered to infection control policies and procedures.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance.Followed infection control procedures.
  • Collaborated with the Human Resources and Infection Control Nurse to set up trainings on new health regulations for nurses.
  • Coordinated opening of nursing department of new facility Administered daily operation of nursing department Taught medication and infection control classes for staff
  • Insure that safety procedures are follow as well infection control practices.provide workshops for care givers to enrich residents care.
  • Charge nurse Clinic supervisor for the Grave and Swing shift Infection Control Nurse/ Wound care training
  • oversee nurses & CNA's , infection control, assessments, assist MD's with their orders and rounds.
  • Advanced to Staff Development Coordinator/Infection Control Nurse; (completing interviews, orientation for all new employees, staff education/ Preventions.

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22. Diabetes
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  • Educated patients and/or family regarding procedure and management of health related to end stage renal disease including hypertension and diabetes.
  • Managed care for all injured and ill students, including chronic illnesses in patients such as diabetes and seizure disorders.
  • Assessed and treated clients for various illness-COPD, diabetes, hypertension, lab work drawn for STD's, etc.
  • Manage care for patients with a variety of diagnoses such as preterm labor, gestational diabetes and pregnancy induced hypertension.
  • Managed care of adult patient with a wide variety of diagnoses such as diabetes, ESRD, and stroke.
  • Provided patient education about signs and symptoms related to asthma, self-monitoring while prescribed beta-blockers, diabetes self care.
  • Ensured assigned patients received required medications wound care, special attention to patients with diabetes and behavioral issues.
  • Managed medications and educated patients/families on renal/liver transplants, smoke cessation, diabetes, CHF, and diets.
  • Administered regularly scheduled medication for treatment of ADHD, ADD, asthma and diabetes according to protocols.
  • Worked with Patient with diabetes, cancer, hypertension and mental illness and many more diagnosis.
  • Served as the study coordinator for HTN, diabetes, high cholesterol and smoking cessation studies.
  • Assist patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD, CAD, Diabetes and asthma.
  • Administer medications, G-tube care; Sanitized wound dressing, Diabetes, Foley catheter.
  • Cared for animals with special medical needs, including diabetes.
  • Assigned in ER, Pediatric, Surgical, and diabetes ward
  • Lead educational objectives, teaching core principles of diabetes prevention.
  • Chaired committee for citywide diabetes task force.
  • Cared for clients with diagnoses such as respiratory failure, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and muscular dystrophy.
  • Evaluated patients presenting with HTN, Diabetes, ESRD Monitored acute conditions.
  • Coached members with targeted diagnoses such asDiabetes and Congestive Heart Failure.

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23. Oncology
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  • Administer chemotherapy, Mix Chemotherapy medications; Keep up with current hematology and oncology standards.
  • Furnished professional oncology nursing care to patients in accordance with medical practices and standards.
  • Administered chemotherapy and provided teaching to oncology patients.
  • Worked with pediatric hematology and oncology patients.
  • Administered chemotherapy, provided teaching and cared for oncology and bone marrow transplant patients in a 28-bed unit.
  • Care management of the medical oncology and bone marrow transplant patient.
  • Assist collaborative Nurses in outpatient care of non-protocol GI Oncology patients.
  • Cross-trained in GI, Oncology, Cardiology, and Pulmonary.
  • Worked as graduate nurse on 32 bed Oncology/Medical Surgical floor.
  • Worked with diabetic, cardiac and oncology patients.
  • Audit charts for Oncology Care Model compliance.
  • Worked with adult oncology patients.
  • Developed evidence-based presentations to fellow oncology nurses and medical staff towards innovative health system frameworks and patient-focused modalities of care.
  • Performed anesthesia evaluations of general surgery, neurosurgery, surgical oncology and vascular patients.
  • Administer antineoplastic agents to oncology patients.
  • Augmented hospital staff in medical/surgical, orthopedics, sub acute, oncology, post-partum, geriatric, rehab and private duty areas
  • Deliver safe direct nursing care to patients with diseases of but not limited to Oncology, Rheumatology, Hematology and Orthopedic.
  • Obtained a certification from The Oncology Nursing Society, which allows me to administer chemotherapy and biotherapy products.
  • Worked float pool- Med/Surg, Orthopedics, Neurology, Oncology, Cardiology
  • Key Accomplishments: Achieved oncology nursing (OCN) certification Awarded the National Defense Service Medal

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24. LPN
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  • Receive and follow physician orders within realm of practice for an LPN and within the standards of home health practice.
  • Reported accurately to oncoming shift LPN's regarding change in patient's status and follow-up needs.
  • Managed provision of 24-hour nursing care including hiring, scheduling, evaluating, and supervising LPNs.
  • Develop and monitor orientation for RN's, LPN's and all direct care staff.
  • Delegate certain duties to LPN & CNA that is within their scope of practice.
  • Provided orders to LPN and managed care with team.
  • Managed and educated Home Health Aides and LPNs.
  • Supervised LPN's and support staff.
  • Supervised home health aides and LPNs.
  • Supervised and orientated LPNs and CNA.
  • NURSE: All aspects of duties as a LPN on call charge nurse.
  • Care One of Wayne (973) 646-9500 * 11pm-7am LPN
  • Coordinated a team of LPNs and Patient Care Techs as the Lead RN for chronic hemodialysis patients.
  • Lead RN to a team of LPNs and Patient Care Techs for acute hemodialysis patients.
  • Direct and supervise care delivered by other healthcare personnel like LPN and nurses aides.
  • Train and mentor new LPNs and CNAs through effective coaching.
  • Served as preceptor for new RNs; supervised LPNs.
  • Oriented new employees and pulled/floated RNs, LPNs and NAs.
  • Administer medications and treatments * Supervise RNs, LPNs and CNAs
  • Assisted the RN/LPN in the efficient delivery of patient care and medication.

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25. MDS
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  • Complete documentation per regulations and standards including MDS.
  • Provided education on nursing assessments the correct way to assess the patient, and MDS's and care plans.
  • Carried out restorative plans daily with residents while documenting progress or regression for MDS purposes.
  • Provide interdisciplinary schedule for all MDS assessments and care plans required by OBRA and PPS.
  • Collect data for use in the MDS, transmit assessments in accordance with regulatory requirements.
  • Served in the capacity of DON and MDS Coordinator on an as needed basis.
  • Input of MDS assessments into computer system, while making data entry corrections.
  • Assist in completion of entire MDS / care plans routinely.
  • Performed comprehensive MDS assessments and constructed patient care plans.
  • Ensured documentation supports level of care MDS.
  • Attended MDS and management meetings daily.
  • Documented MDS and data entry.
  • Assure the completion of the RAI process from the MDS through the completion of plan of care.
  • Assisted in the training of RN's in the assessment process with insight into the State MDS-HC standards.
  • Fall Prevention, Medication Administration, Daily charting, MDS Interviews, Admitting and Discharging patients.
  • Maintained MDS quarterly assessments; AIMS, Braden, elopement & fall risk.
  • Track continued Medicare eligibility , performs MDS review for appropriate RUG category.
  • Float Nurse, Social Services Assistant and MDS charting and assements
  • Monitored completion of MDSs by other disciplines within timeframes prescribed by regulatory guidelines.
  • Case Manager Care Plan Assistant Restorative Nurse Care Plan Coordinator MDS Coordinator

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26. Primary Care
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  • Maintained communication with primary care physicians regarding plan of care.
  • Facilitate the identification of patient/primary care giver/family needs and goals.
  • Delivered primary care nursing serving the adult and pediatric population.
  • Provided primary care to intensive care and medical-surgical clients.
  • Worked as a relief nurse in different clinics with in the hospital such as medicine, orthopedics, primary care and others
  • Shadowed in primary care office in assessing, testing/diagnostics and establishing a plan of care based on clinical guidelines.
  • Worked with all team members in care of clients including therapies, physicians, and primary care providers.
  • Coordinated with patient's primary care provider and referred patients without medical insurance for primary care.
  • Provided primary care nursing in the NICU, serving as resource nurse in the NICU.
  • Provided primary care nursing to adults with chronic and acute renal failure.
  • Provide direct patient care to assigned patients using the primary care model.
  • Work with primary care physicians closely in maintaining patient safety.
  • Coordinate care between specialists and primary care offices.
  • Nurse Practitioner/ Primary Care Practitioner Akron COPS Group Practice, Outpatient Primary Care Provider for panel of 900 veteran patients
  • Summit ElderCare January-Present Providing acute and primary care to geriatric patients in clinic as well as skilled nursing facilities.
  • Refer patients requiring more specialized or complex treatment to psychiatrists, primary care physicians, or other medical specialists.
  • Referred participants to Primary Care Physician if abnormal results were found to be in the critical range.
  • Report and discuss patient condition and plan of care with hospitalists and primary care team.
  • position working on a federal Indian Reservation in a primary care role.
  • provided primary care and health surveillance to ages 18-100+.

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27. Physician Orders
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  • Monitored and assessed patients; implemented physician orders in a time-sensitive, efficient manner.
  • Administered medications, transfused blood products and followed other physician orders as required.
  • Deliver prescribed dialysis treatment according to physician orders and nursing assessments.
  • Documented, verified, and ensured implementation of physician orders.
  • Administered medications per physician orders.
  • Oriented, trained, and monitored new hires to manage patient care that met established physician orders.
  • Documented progression notes, medication orders, physician orders and adobe report for each patient.
  • Devised procedure for keeping physician orders, and schedule for after hours outpatient visits.
  • Assist physicians with rounds and accurately document and transfer physician orders as appropriate.
  • Administer medications, fluid therapy or other appropriate treatments per physician orders.
  • Maintained schedules, documentation, and physician orders for outpatient testing.
  • Mix serum per physician orders in sterilized clean room.
  • Transcribe and implement physician orders obtained during the shift.
  • Received physician orders for direct admissions and organized admission process for patient.
  • Review medical records and physician orders to ensure program compliance, updating information as needed.
  • Transcribe and initiate physician orders.
  • Interpret Physician Orders Support Respiratory Staff with Tracheotomy care Administer Respiratory Treatments Transcribes documentation via computer-assisted equipment
  • Experience in the care of the patient during ante partum, labor, and post partum Implemented physician orders.
  • Supervised 4+ CNAs per shift Passed Medications Transcribed physician orders Handled wound care and tube feedings
  • continue job description) Onsight assessment, request Physician orders as needed Review H & P, Labs, Imaging reports.

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28. Medical Care
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  • Experienced in providing critical medical care and specialized treatment to patients that are either critically injured or severely ill.
  • Provided general medical care and treatment to inmate population.
  • Evaluate, coordinate and deliver medical care provided to patients during all phases off transport in the International and Domestic setting.
  • Assisted MD's with additional background information that I had observed, and in complete medical care of the patients.
  • Direct the day-to-day medical care of 16 male and female Persons Served to assure these individuals have optimal health.
  • Worked both as an LPN and an RN in the prison system, providing medical care to inmates.
  • Provided mental health and medical care for more than 15 inmates and one on one counseling.
  • Provide medical care and supervision for medically dependent children in the school setting.
  • Monitored the medical care being received by patients on Pennsylvania Workman's Compensation.
  • Provided primary medical care for 500 campers and staff.
  • Educate patients about personal medical care and health information.
  • Provided medical care to patients.
  • Facilitated medical care - Identified critical medical needs and emergency situations and provided healthcare treatment within legal scope of medical/nursing practices.
  • Provided medical care to donors during plasmapheresis process when complications aroused and completed medical incidents reports regarding complications.
  • Follow detox treatment regimens & tapers Coordinate emergency medical care for medical & psychiatric emergencies.
  • Performed inmate physical exams, distributed medications, Inmate assessments for emergency medical care.
  • Provide medical care during transportation to medical facilities * MedEvac 7 Outreach Representative.
  • Interact and communication with patient of all age and ethnic backgrounds, giving quality medical care and treatment.
  • Administered medications, provided first aid, triage assessment for medical problems and arranged medical care as needed.
  • Coordinated Admissions * Served as Nurse-Physician Liaison * Performed Chart Auditing *Supervised medical care in evening 112 bed facility

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29. Picc
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  • Communicate with the ordering physician other alternatives if PICC is not necessary as per PICC guidelines.
  • Initiate and maintain IV therapy, inclusive of PICC lines and Central lines.
  • Administered IV therapy, IV antibiotic therapy, and PICC/Central Line monitoring.
  • Monitor TPN, PICC line sites, and blood administration therapy.
  • Assess and Evaluate the need for PICC to individual patients.
  • Placed over 150 PICC lines.
  • Maintain patient l IV/PICC line.
  • Administer intravenous comfort medications via PICC line, port-a-cath and peripherally inserted lines.
  • Manage and access vascular devices (power ports, picc lines, peripheral IV's) Recognize and treat cancer-related issues.
  • Start IV and infuse medications for a number of medical conditions including RA and MS. Proficient with Mediports and PICC lines.
  • Initialized all IV needs including PICC, Med Ports, and peripheral IVs in homecare setting.
  • Worked with pharmacy to develop protocols for PICC insertion to patients on the drug agantroban.
  • obtained certification in PICC, assessment and insertion of PICC and PIV.
  • Care and weekly changing of picc line dressing changes using sterile technique.
  • Perform care of peripheral, porta catheter, PICC and central lines.
  • Obtained PICC & Midline qualification.
  • Administered G-Tubes, Insulin, Sub Q, IM, Boluses, P.O., IV, PICC, and MIDLINE medications.
  • Start PIV's and maintain Picc lines.
  • Establish IV sites or access port-a-caths or PICC lines to infuse chemotherapy treatments for a variety of different cancers and/or anemias.
  • Attend high risk and premature deliveries Starting IV lines, PICC line drsg change and UVC/UAC maintenance.

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30. Acute Care
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  • Provided acute care for post-operative patients recovering, encompassing ambulatory surgical procedures, invasive and extensive surgeries and traumas.
  • General medical-surgical pediatric acute care.
  • Provide nursing care focused on the assessment, diagnosis, planning, treatment and evaluation of patients requiring acute care.
  • Provided competent and comprehensive care to adult patients with cardiac illnesses in an acute care setting.
  • Administered Medications per MD Orders, Treatments, First Aid, Acute Care, Emergency Care.
  • Contract with Kindred Hospital as a staff nurse in a long term acute care facility
  • Led triage station at acute care shelter assessing patient medical condition and needs.
  • Provided total patient and acute care in a compassionate and professional manner.
  • Provide acute care to diverse populations of acutely ill and post-surgical patients.
  • Nurse for emergency department, and acute care in patients.
  • Staff nurse at a 150-bed acute care hospital.
  • Provided emotional, medical, and acute care.
  • Maintain competencies in all acute care departments.
  • Float both outpatient neurology and inpatient acute care cardiology, med-surgical Telemetry, Neurology, observation
  • Provide quality to the patient in the acute care setting/ Maintains safe and clean environment for the patient well-being.Documents patient care.
  • Fort Worth, TX February 2009 - 2010 Performed a wide range of nursing care for acute care patients.
  • Managed patients with complex medical and multiple psychosocial issues needing acute care and chronic disease management.
  • Performed a wide range of nursing care for acute care patients.
  • Provided acute care to various populations (i.e.
  • Provide Care to 5 acute care patients and 2-3 intermitted care patient's at GMC's Center for neuroscience.

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31. CPR
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  • Monitored patients and reported changes/CPR Certified.
  • Performed EKG's, CPR, Triage after fights or sickness and determine if need to be seen by doctors.
  • Be capable of giving CPR instructions and ability to take charge in a CPR emergency.
  • Perform health inspections and Instructor to camp staff for CPR and first aide training.
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, license and CPR compliance records.
  • Provided basic life support (CPR) and advance life support.
  • Trained and certified 75 staff members in AHA first aid/CPR.
  • Instruct CPR/AED and re-certification training for district staff.
  • Provide CPR when needed in emergencies.
  • Assisted in the instruction of CPR.
  • Coordinated purchase and implementation of MacPractice MD electronic medical record system.
  • Assist with first aid as needed, provide nursing assessment Knowledge of First Aid, CPR, and experience with children
  • Certificate of completion in First aid, CPR and AED program from Heartsaver and American Heart Association.
  • Assisted anesthesiologists in running all Codes by administering code meds as ordered and assisting in CPR.
  • Worked with CPRS and BCMA software programs for the maintenance EMC and medication administration.
  • Provide education to staff such as Epi-pen and CPR training, ensure compliance.
  • License and Certifications RN, CPR certified, IV Certified
  • Performed CPR and assisted with intubations.
  • Maintained basic patient needs care: ADLs, CPR, chart monitorings
  • Assist surgeon with equipment during surgery Recover patients Provided discharge instructions and planning Skills Used Critical thinking skills Interpersonal skills CPR

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32. Pediatrics
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  • Worked on various units including postpartum, pediatrics, medical-surgical, geriatrics, orthopedics and telemetry.
  • Provided telephone triage advice for adults and pediatrics to Grady Health System patients and caller across the state of Georgia.
  • Handle discharge planning, assessments at hospital 3 days/ week 3-6 home visits weekly (Geriatrics to Pediatrics).
  • Performed cross functional nursing duties within the medical/surgical, pediatrics, OB/GYN, and intensive care units.
  • Assisted in care on all units (ED, OB, OR, and Medical/Surgical/Pediatrics).
  • Provided skilled nursing to a 15 bed unit in Pediatrics, Postpartum and Well Baby Nursery.
  • Care of acute care patients in medical-surgical units and pediatrics in a regional health care system.
  • Provide care for a wide range of patients to include pediatrics and special needs patients.
  • Float nurse for Med-Surg, Pediatrics, obstetrics, Emergency Room and Medical floors.
  • Worked on a post op unit which also had the Pediatrics ward.
  • Experience with a range of specialties, from adult medicine to pediatrics.
  • Performed in urgent care, family practice, and pediatrics division.
  • Provided technical nursing care for patients all ages including pediatrics both hospital and Pre-hospital environments.
  • Help the RN's give custodial care for pediatrics patients under medications, recovery and special needs.
  • Admitted patients throughout hospital with the exception of ICU, CCU, OB, and Pediatrics.
  • Float nurse for med-surg, mother-baby, orthopedics, pediatrics and.
  • Included pre- and post-operative patients and pediatrics.
  • Experience in plastic surgery, orthopedics, pediatrics, general surgery, cataract surgery, oculo/plastic surgery, neuro/spine surgery.
  • Worked in medical specialties including Pediatrics, Neuro-thoracic, Gereral Surgical, and OBGYN.
  • Worked on several different units including med/surg, pediatrics ER, and progressive care units

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33. Pain Management
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  • Educate patients and families on labor and delivery process and therapeutic regimens including medication and pain management techniques.
  • Evaluate and coordinated patients for physical therapy, occupational therapy and pain management in nursing skill facility.
  • Tracked the administration of various medications for each patient and monitored other pain management treatment strategies.
  • Led implementation of comprehensive controlled substances program using the University of Washington Pain Management guidelines.
  • Administer conscious sedation to patients undergoing pain management procedures.
  • Work as a pain management nurse who treats patients with chronic or acute pain due to an injury or an illness.
  • Educate patients and family members on pain management, patient's plan of care and end- of- life planning.
  • Educate patients/families on health care needs, conditions, therapeutic regimens, including medication and pain management techniques.
  • Worked with three physicians and two other nurses to establish an active and ongoing Pain Management Program.
  • Teach pain management, safety; provide consolation and comfort to the patient and family.
  • Administer antibiotics, blood products, PCA pumps and pain management.
  • Verify insurance on all new patients prior to Pain Management.
  • Address all symptoms of disease; providing pain management.
  • Participate in research regarding pain management and nursing role.
  • Pain management including medication, repositioning, heat or cold therapy and documentation.
  • Utilize critical thinking skills to collaborate with physicians regarding patient issues such as pain management, arrhythmias, complications, etc.
  • Administered PPD and reading of results Provided patient/family education on topics including basic nutrition, care needs, and pain management
  • Provided bed side nursing care with pain management comfort measure Counseled family on end of life care
  • Recover Patients post-anesthesia after Endo's and Colonoscopy's or pain management
  • Cross-trained to Intensive Care Stroke Unit Pre and post-operative care to include assessment, symptom, IV and pain management.

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  • Functioned in a team environment, however position required independent thinking, time management, and computer proficiency.
  • Developed/implemented/maintained the changes in medical unit regarding responsibilities and work flow.
  • Recorded and filed patient immunization data in immunization database.
  • Ensured efficacy of treatments through monitoring of treatment regimens.
  • Performed pregnancy tests and sent specimens for laboratory testing.
  • Administer various immunizations to patients during flu season
  • Follow up education very important.
  • Marketed immunization products and services.
  • Provide comprehensive, uninterrupted care to sexual assault victims, including conducting the forensic collection of evidence.
  • Performed all tasks with a patient-centered focus while seeking opportunities for improvement of processes and treatments.
  • Implemented dialysis treatments on patients with permanent fistulas, grafts, and catheters.
  • Promote healthy aging and minimize the potential of hospitalization and nursing home placement.
  • Implemented patient plan of care to ensure quality results in patient healing.
  • Provide emotional support to victims and assist with community support resources.
  • Inputted client information in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Review medical claims for inpatient, outpatient admissions.
  • Take detailed oral account of assault from victim.
  • Monitor patients for change in condition, documenting accurately and increasing medication as required to ensure minimal pain and discomfort.
  • Avoid a compassionate and sensitive approach to sexual assault victims Provide timely medical/forensic examination with more complete evidence collection.
  • Provided immunizations to the general public.

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35. Medicaid
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Here's how Medicaid is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Reviewed, analyzed, and referred provider activity suspected of being fraudulent and/or abusive of Medicaid resources.
  • Provided OBRA assessments ensuring facility compliance with Medicaid and Medicare standards.
  • Develop Care Plans, patient observations, Medicare/Medicaid/insurance/admits and discharges
  • Specialized in Social Security Disability and Medicaid claims.
  • Assisted residents with completing application for Medicaid.
  • Conducted medical review, performing consultative and technical research related to cases of fraud and waste in the Texas Medicaid Program.
  • Participated in on-site facility audit along with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services staff for Texas Medicaid PACE program.
  • Initiate and monitor RAI process tracking, discharge/reentry and Medicaid tracking forms through the AHT system.
  • Provide nursing assessments for adults and geriatric patients with Medicaid and Medicare in a home setting.
  • Performed clinical, quality audits on Medicare and Medicaid waiver and long term care programs.
  • Worked with state auditors during visits and completed Medicare/Medicaid, JCAHO and Passport/ComCare surveys.
  • Conducted review for medical necessity for admission and continued stay in Medicaid PACE program.
  • Follow and comply with all states Medicare and Medicaid rules and regulations.
  • Processed MDS for Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance clients.
  • Ensured link of Medicaid eligible clients with Medical Providers.
  • Enter assessment data into LTC for reimbursement from Medicaid.
  • Performed Level I assessment for PASRR(preadmission screening and resident review) for admissions to Medicaid certified Nursing facilities.
  • Perform appeals and reconsiderations for Medicare and Medicaid and at times assist with Managed Care appeals.
  • Surveyed area nursing homes to insure compliance for state licensure and federal certification under the Medicaid/Medicare program.
  • Administered blood products Trained new staff Clinical experience HIPAA compliance Medicare and Medicaid regulations Registered Nurse

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36. Surgical Procedures
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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Educated patients and their families on disease processes, medical-surgical procedures and other therapeutic regimens.
  • Prepared surgical equipment and passed instruments and materials to veterinarians during surgical procedures.
  • Assisted physician during delivery, treatment, examination and surgical procedures.
  • Admitted, recovered and circulated for adult and pediatric surgical procedures.
  • Provide care to adults immediately following surgical procedures.
  • Assisted physician in minor medical or surgical procedures.
  • Scrubbed and circulated various surgical procedures.
  • Educated patients on surgical procedures.
  • Defended denied and / or challenged charges to include surgical procedures, equipment and pharmaceuticals.
  • Trained vocational nurse on basic direct patient care and prepared patients for surgical procedures.
  • Acquired many nursing and technical skills to assist in patient care during surgical procedures.
  • Assist with total assessment of patients after their surgical procedures.
  • Assisted with daily triage/sick call, and minor medical-surgical procedures.
  • Performed various duties to assist surgical team during surgical procedures.
  • Assist patients and doctors during medical and surgical procedures.
  • Alternate scrub and circulating duties in surgical procedures.
  • Experience with all surgical procedures.
  • Provide pre and post-operative nursing care, scrub and circulate for C-sections and other surgical procedures.
  • Assisted in surgical procedures while maintaing a sterile environment.
  • Performed patient examinations and helped develop and communicate treatment plans Assisted physicians during surgical procedures Conducted motility exams

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37. Quality Care
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Here's how Quality Care is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Utilized operational and clinical practice guidelines developed to ensure a safe environment while providing quality care which facilitated positive outcomes.
  • Communicated and interacted with all disciplines of medical staff to provide quality care for patients during recovery from surgery.
  • Provided individualized nursing care to critically-ill patients and implementing quality care for the improvement of patient's condition.
  • Communicated frequently with physicians and other staff to provide high quality care
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary team to resolve issues and ensure quality care.
  • Delivered quality care and resolved problems for multiple intravenous devices.
  • Work as a member of a team with other nurses, doctors, CNA's to provide quality care to patients.
  • Participated in the development of policies, standards, and guidelines to promote quality care for individuals in hospice and PACE.
  • Developed and maintained quality care systems and standards, including but not limited to, creating and improving medical protocols/guidelines.
  • Deliver high quality care for patients of all ages with chronic illness, disease, or medial disorders.
  • Assisted physicians in caring for the sick and injured while providing quality care for the residents.
  • Collaborate with other disciplines to ensure that quality care is delivered and patients achieve desired outcomes.
  • Work closely with staff to maintain high quality care for those patients and family.
  • Provided daily direct quality care to 10 to 13 ambulatory patients.
  • Provided quality care to predominantly low SES and minority patients.
  • Provided quality care to patients during a nursing shortage.
  • Maintain quality care for residents in accordance with POC.
  • Provide direct quality care to patients.
  • Collaborated with MDs and all Departments within the facility to assure prompt and quality care for all patients.
  • Work with patients and family to translate healthcare needs into quality care.

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38. EMR
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  • Work with adult and pediatrics Accomplishments My background and experience as a nurse Skills Used EMR, years of nursing
  • Documented assessments and interventions in electronic medical record (EMR) using paragon charting system.
  • Trained and oversaw several employees designated to abstract charts into the new EMR system.
  • Trained as a Super User/ point person for EPIC EMR on Labor and Delivery.
  • Research previous Admission information and coordinate current patient Information into EMR.
  • Provided documentation in the EMR for cardiologists in an office setting.
  • Experience entering data on EMR software and prepared examination room.
  • Entered orders into the EMR system efficiently and without errors.
  • Discharge patients with detailed instructions and update EMR daily.
  • Input all lab results into EMR.
  • Worked on the GEMMS EMR system.
  • Experience in HIPPA and EMR.
  • Registered Nurse Medical Surgical/ Cerner EMR conversions
  • Served as lead nurse practitioner; precepted NP/CNS students and proficient in EMR.
  • Assemble and organize the documentation, complete written forms and EMR.
  • Manage cardiology patients at Kaiser Permanente Sunset using Epic Care EMR.
  • Order entry, CPOE with emr.
  • Documented patients health status and all nursing care performed into EMR prior to each patients discharge/disposition.
  • Documented patients encounter in EMR ( Health fusion ).
  • position required to be bilingual) EMR documentation of condition and nursing process of patient.

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39. ADL
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Here's how ADL is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Completed data entry error free and prepared documentation for approval while obtaining signature required authorization before deadline.
  • Posted payments daily, meeting any deadlines required without error with exceptional prospects.
  • Full ADL care: oral, umbilical cord and overall environmental hygiene.
  • Assisted patients with ADL's and encouraged appropriate self-care.
  • Work in a fast paced environment with project deadlines.
  • Maintain successful training & deadline completion.
  • Assisted the patient with ADL's, vital signs, and blood sugar when needed.
  • Assist residents with ADL's.
  • Administered medications, performed treatments and procedures, completed documentation, supervised LNA staff, assisted residents with ADLs, etc.
  • Provided education to patients on ADLs, restorative programs, health education training, recovery, coping skills and community resources.
  • Direct Service worker; Assisting client with daily ADL's Games, activities, crafts, and outings to the community
  • Assess consumers functional abilities and need for physical assistance with ADL's and IADL's in their home environment .
  • Assist patients, young adult to elderly, with ADLs.
  • Certified Nursing Assistant Patient care and Safety, Vital Signs, I&O's, Assist with ADL's
  • Perform ADL's Ambulatory transfer participated recreational activities with patient Provide basic patient care
  • Assist with ADL's and Therapeutic intervention Respond to codes and assist with restraints and incident Documentation.
  • Schedule appointments Reorder medications as well as medical supplies Assist with ADL's as needed.
  • Home care go to school with client meds vitals adls etc.
  • Obtained a full medical/surgical history, assessed clients mobility and functional status with respect to ADLs/IADLs.
  • Home health * Medicare Visits * Private Duty * ADL's * Patient care

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40. Alzheimer
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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Provided nursing care to seniors and Alzheimer s patients, this included a full range of activities for effective care.
  • Provided nursing care for up to 60 residents living with dementia and Alzheimer's disease within an Assisted Living environment
  • Cared for residents who have multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD, CHF, dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Cross trained to work on 5 different units including a locked down Alzheimer's unit.
  • Managed elderly patients with impaired mobility with dementia / Alzheimer in all stages.
  • Worked in Assisted Living and Memory Care (Alzheimer's Unit).
  • Charge nurse, Alzheimer nurse, Treatment nurse and medication nurse
  • Provided total nursing care to Alzheimer patient in the home.
  • Worked with patients suffering from Alzheimer's or dementia.
  • Directed worked with Alzheimer's and dementia patients regularly.
  • Work with Alzheimer's patients and Specialize in Alzheimer.
  • Worked with Dementia and Alzheimer's residents.
  • Advanced training in Alzheimer's.
  • Resigned: To stay at home and help in the care of my mother-in-law, Who was an Alzheimer's victim.
  • Care for clients in hospice setting, ventilator and tracheostomy clients, Alzheimer's, and various other chronic illnesses.
  • Administered and evaluated testing for Alzheimer's patients at Redstone Village to determine symptoms and progression.
  • Oversee and assist with the Intermissions Program for the Alzheimers and Dementia residents.
  • Cared for the Alzheimers unit.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson\\'s, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer\\'s and Paget\\'s disease.

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41. Acls
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Here's how Acls is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Utilize ACLS protocols, transport orders and standing orders as needed.
  • Responded to adverse patient outcomes in accordance with ACLS guidelines.
  • Direct emergency action using ACLS and BLS protocols.
  • Maintained CPR, ACLS, and PALS certification.
  • Provide ACLS emergency medical support as needed.
  • Advance Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS).
  • Teach the following classes: ACLS, PALS, Code Class, and assist with teaching New RN program.
  • Acquired and maintain certifications in ACLS, TNCC, PALS, BLS, STABLE, NRP.
  • Perform BLS, ACLS, PALS, PHTLS and ATCN as needed.
  • Certified in ACLS, Stroke Team and BLS.
  • Certified in CPR, ACLS and PALS.
  • Maintain current Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and chemotherapy certifications.
  • Assist physician in all CODE situations, ACLS protocols, and field intubations by paramedics upon arrival to the ED.
  • Performed BLS, ACLS, PALS as needed Interpreted Cardiac Monitor, ECG findings.
  • Maintained CPR, ACLS, andPALS certification.
  • Responded efficiently in code situations, providing defibrillation and cardioversion according to ACLS protocol.
  • Teach ACLS, Triage Class, precept new Nurses and an active member of the Emergency Department Education Council.
  • Registered Nurse * ACLS Certification April 2016 RN license: CT, Mass, Maine, NY
  • Have been certified in ACLS,TNCC,PALS and ENPC--no longer certified .
  • Staff Nurse in Neuro Intensive Care Unit Staff Nurse in Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit Floated to CCU, CSU ACLS certified

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42. Emotional Support
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  • Provided emotional support and education for new parents and strongly promoted skin-to-skin contact, breastfeeding, and maternal/paternal infant bonding.
  • Assisted patients in emotional support, setting limits, reviewed safety contracts and provided medication education.
  • Offer emotional support and alternate coping mechanisms, boundary setting for and with the client, and one to one intervention.
  • Assisted patients and families with management of multiple chronic diagnoses, while providing emotional support for the terminally ill.
  • Provided care to patients in the home setting including emotional support to patients as well as their families.
  • Ensured proper protocol was followed, medical procedures performed, and attended to emotional support of patients.
  • Provided incomparable emotional support to patients and families dealing with the effects of cancer and cancer treatment.
  • Communicate with patients to ascertain feelings or need for assistance or social and emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support to patients and families with complications before, during and after labor.
  • Coordinated professional services to meet children's needs; provided companionship and emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support and guidance to families and patients with long term illness.
  • Provide emotional support to patients and patients' family members.
  • Provided social and emotional support to improve patient's morale.
  • Provide patient and family teaching, including emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support to children and their families.
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support.
  • Provided behavioral and emotional support and supervision of residents in a secured Dementia Care Unit.
  • Provided emotional support to mother and coach, obtained proper consents and pre-op diagnostic studies and coordinated smooth transfer to surgery.
  • Provided compassionate, appropriate emotional support to campers as needed at times of illness, injury or home sickness.
  • Care of Dialysis pts..including medical...emotional support...education....

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43. Medication Management
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Here's how Medication Management is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Developed medication management system including collection, storage and administration of medications for weekly and respite campers child through adult.
  • Direct patient care specializing in substance abuse and addiction recovery with crisis intervention through clinical assessment and medication management strategies
  • Assisted with Assistant Clinical Director's activities focusing on Medication Management while minimizing costs.
  • Provide medication management to patients in a pain management environment.
  • Educated patients and families on disease and medication management.
  • Ensured that all residents maintained a sound quality of life, including understanding all disease processes and the importance of medication management
  • Provided medical nursing and medication management, including end of life hospice care, palliative care, and 24-hour care.
  • Prepare IVF/IUI protocols and provide detailed instructions to patients on medication management, office visits, and treatment guidelines.
  • Perform head-to-toe assessments, consultations, medication management, and daily nursing care to clients across the state.
  • Instruct clients and caregivers regarding safety, disease process, plan of care, dietary and medication management.
  • Provided education on disease process, medication management, and encouraged adherence to plan of care.
  • Provided nursing services such as health counseling, medication management and teaching to students and parents.
  • Perform nursing skills to include assessment, observation, and medication management.
  • Collaborate with physicians to determine medication management of intrathecal pump patients.
  • Med pass to 30 residents Medication management
  • Insert indwelling catheters; provide wound care, medication management via PCA pump, oral, transdermal and parental routes.
  • Home visits 3-4 clients, head to Toe assessments, Medication management, wound and Foley cath care.
  • Provided disease process education, medication management, wound care and trach care to home patients.
  • Group therapy, admission assessments, medication management , case management,
  • Provided direct patient care Physical assessments Medication management and accurate documentation Provided admission and discharge assessments.

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44. Personal Care
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Here's how Personal Care is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Monitored patients' mental and emotional condition; frequently assessed potential safety concerns and provided companion and personal care services.
  • Conducted assessments of Medicaid recipients for in-home personal care services funded by Medicaid.
  • Assist family/caregiver with providing personal care to patient.
  • Provided and prescribed with medical treatment and personal care services to ill, injured, convalescent and handicapped persons.
  • Provide nursing, psychiatric, or personal care to mentally ill, emotionally disturbed, or mentally retarded patients.
  • Provided innovative, exceptional and high quality personal care to clients in their home.
  • Administer bedside or personal care, such as ambulation or personal hygiene assistance.
  • Perform prospective client assessments, create personal care plans for the client.
  • Worked alongside the professional staff, assisting with all personal care.
  • Implemented personal care to adults with behavioral and medical challenges.
  • Assist with house cleaning and personal care of elderly.
  • Complete tasking tool for personal care worker service.
  • Provide and assist with personal care needs.
  • Assessed Medicaid Recipients for Personal Care Services.
  • Provided personal care for the patients.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Monitored vital signs, assessed change in status, passed medications, provided personal care and changed non- sterile dressings.
  • Provide prescribed medical treatment and personal care services to patients with ESRD in the hemodialysis outpatient clinic.
  • Offered professional and personal care that helped enhance quality of life to individuals in need of care.
  • Certified Nurse Aid Assisted patients with daily personal care Aided patients' families with late and end of life transitions

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45. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Received and processed telephone calls from Health Plan members requiring medical advice or general information.
  • Provided benefit and network information to members through phone calls, email, and written correspondence.
  • Screened and transferred phone calls for patients, doctors, and nurses.
  • Documented patient visits, phone calls, and lab follow-up in Epic.
  • Make phone calls to dispatch if the task will need a delay.
  • Interacted in office setting, scheduling appointments and answering patient phone calls.
  • Answered telephone calls and scheduled appointments based on medical staff referrals.
  • Assess and conduct phone calls to patients post hospital discharge.
  • Answer and make phone calls for client if needed.
  • Transfer phone calls to appropriate nurse.
  • Managed incoming correspondence and phone calls.
  • Answered multiple phone calls per.
  • Designed algorithm for creating a texting system for nurses in place of phone calls to minimize interruptions in care delivery.
  • Answered phone calls, returned phone calls and responded to visitor emails sent to park's general email address.
  • Performed pre-procedure phone interviews as well as post procedure follow up phone calls.
  • Conducted Spanish interpretation for clinic and phone calls.
  • Received and respond to phone calls from patients, referring physicians, and other healthcare personnel.
  • Completed pre-admission telephone calls, interviewed patients and assessed their candidacy for surgery/procedure collaborating with anesthesia, surgical and nursing teams.
  • Created files for new patients Called in patients and cleaned rooms Organized files Answered phone calls Assisted in making appointments
  • performed pre and post op phone calls facilitate intra disciplinary duties

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46. Test Cases
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Here's how Test Cases is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Involved in writing and implementation of the Test Plan, various Test Cases and Test Scripts.
  • Involved in creation of test cases and execution.
  • Involved in the test cases preparation, test data.

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47. TB
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Here's how TB is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Investigate public health threats including individual reports and clusters or outbreaks of infectious disease among individuals or communities.
  • Provided information to city departments, community agencies and health professionals on HIV/AIDS & TB policy issues and policy development.
  • Ensured that high-risk clients were screened for latent TB infection and if results were positive, administered recommended TB therapy.
  • Served in an effective prevention control position; educated local schools and organizations on controlling outbreak of disease.
  • Developed a TB testing program for clients and staff in conjunction with the Clark County Combined Health District.
  • Administered appropriate lab tests as required, including patient vital signs, TB testing and nursing assessments.
  • Assisted physicians in taking blood pressure, measuring heartbeat, and recording vitals during physical examinations.
  • Dispense methadone, assessment, phone triage, administer TB skin test, put in orders.
  • Collaborated in the planning and coordinating of special events, such as basketball camps, cooking demos
  • Administered and monitored TB medications as a preventative measure according to Doctors' orders.
  • Answer inbound call and make outbound calls according to department policies and procedures.
  • Assist Clinic Director in monitoring annual TB/Physical requirements for patients and staff.
  • Completed blood draws and administered TB tests as ordered.
  • Administered appropriate lab test as required including TB tests.
  • Administered TB screen test on incoming inmates.
  • Administered TB screening for incoming inmates.
  • Administer flu shots and TB injections.
  • Perform TB screening, including the administration of Mantoux Testing.
  • Conducted TB skin test and Phlebotomy.
  • Provided care for patients suffering from trauma, diarrhoea, TBs, leprosy and etc.

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48. Disease Process
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  • Provide disease process/medication education, and support to patients of specialty pharmacy via telecommunication.
  • Educate patients on disease processes, medications, procedures and medical/nursing interventions.
  • Provide patient education on disease processes and medication therapy.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of specific patient population and disease process.
  • Provided initial client teaching regarding disease process and medications.
  • Instructed & provided support to patients, family members and staff on Disease process of patients with various medical conditions.
  • Instructed patients and families on disease processes, wound care, intravenous therapies, medications and the side effects.
  • Provided thorough education regarding hospice plan of care, disease process, mission statement to patients and families
  • Educated many patients, family members, and care givers on specific care plans and disease processes.
  • Maintain current knowledge of disease processes, available resources, and treatment options appropriate for the patient.
  • Provide services weekly to individuals with various cancers, dementia, Parkinson's, and disease processes.
  • Assigned chart audits for Home Care Nurses, maintained Quality Audit Logs for assigned Disease Processes.
  • Review and educate regarding disease processes and medications as well as promoting wellness and disease prevention.
  • Detail oriented with knowledge of cardiac disease process, procedures, tests and medications.
  • Provided medication and disease process management in a long term care setting.
  • Educate patients on conditions, medication, and disease processes.
  • Educate patients about disease processes and management of disease process.
  • Relied on communication skills and knowledge of disease processes in the renal patient to perform independent telephone triage.
  • Triaged all patients for problems associated with disease processes.
  • Educate patients and family on procdures and disease process..

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49. Pacu
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  • Implemented patient assignments with the medical residents, PACU, ICU's, as well as the general patient floors.
  • Mentored nurses and was responsible for transition of one PACU nurse to the operating room.
  • Audited and recorded all PACU medications and their dates of expiration on a weekly basis.
  • Performed all RN duties as specified by PACU and ICU standards of care.
  • Arrange for appropriate post procedural care (discharge, ASU or PACU).
  • Focus primarily in critical care areas: ED, PACU, ICU.
  • Assess patient needs prior to arrival to PACU, including patient safety.
  • Float to PACU, ICU, Labor and Delivery
  • Take patient to PACU or Phase II recovery.
  • Functioned as Pre-Op and PACU when required.
  • Certified in PACU and IV certification.
  • Completed ACLS and PACU training.
  • Rotate between an 8 bed triage, 25 bed LDR, 6 bed PACU, and 3 OR's.
  • Float nurse: NICU, ER, PACU, SNF, Radiology and Endoscopy Recovery.
  • Opened the center daily and did all OR and PACU checks.
  • Perform direct patient care in all care areas of pacu, procedure and Recovery.
  • Circulate during surgical procedures; assist CRNA during pre/post induction; transport patients to PACU
  • Led into a permanent full time position in PACU.
  • Skilled in PACU Member of Quality Assurance Committee.
  • Provide nursing care on all units including ICUs and PACUs.\

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50. Medical Equipment
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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Nurse jobs:
  • Addressed urgent patient calls, called in prescriptions, authorized & verified insurance eligibility and ordered Durable Medical Equipment.
  • Performed sterilization of medical equipment as well as medical examination and treatment rooms before and after patient use.
  • Keep a safe and clean working environment including maintenance of medical equipment and quality control of laboratory reagents.
  • Maintained inventory of medical equipment for clients and institutions.
  • Managed monitored and ordered durable medical equipment.
  • Maintained adequate medication, and medical equipment supplies
  • Required daily inventory for medical equipment.
  • Ensured that life support and other medical equipment functioned properly and are conducive to the standard medical codes.
  • Order durable medical equipment and ensure necessary medications are in place prior to arrival to home.
  • Advise residents on the proper use of medications, medical equipment and personal care.
  • Set up medical equipment and assist with some medical procedures.
  • Worked with vendors to obtain appropriate durable medical equipment.
  • Clean the medical equipment after each use.
  • Obtain authorizations from insurance companies for non covered medications Obtain insurance authorizations for durable medical equipment.
  • document triage notes in Epic Medical Records, Refill patient medications, fax Durable Medical Equipment scripts to Supply Co's.
  • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Pre-certed inpatient and outpatient surgeries, medical equipment, home health care visits, and medications per Medicare guidelines
  • Used medical equipment's such as nebulizer, BP apparatus, suction machine, infusing pump, etc.
  • Maintained Medications and medical equipment as needed Worked with School staff to ensure safe environment for summer camp.
  • Substitute supervisor as needed on the weekend Establishing treatment plans, and operating medical equipment.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Nurse

Patient Care

19.9%

Emergency Situations

9.1%

Vital Signs

8.5%

Medical Records

7.5%

Health Care

6.9%

Triage

5.7%

RN

5.1%

Surgery

4.5%

Daily Living

3.8%

Treatment Plans

3.7%

ICU

3.3%

Blood Pressure

3.2%

CNA

3.0%

Hospice

2.7%

Telemetry

2.4%

EKG

2.3%

IV

2.3%

Staff Members

2.1%

Medication Administration

2.1%

Critical Care

1.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Nurse

Rank Skill
1 Patient Care 14.4%
2 Emergency Situations 6.6%
3 Vital Signs 6.2%
4 Medical Records 5.5%
5 Health Care 5.0%
6 Triage 4.1%
7 RN 3.7%
8 Surgery 3.2%
9 Daily Living 2.7%
10 Treatment Plans 2.7%
11 ICU 2.4%
12 Blood Pressure 2.3%
13 CNA 2.2%
14 Hospice 2.0%
15 Telemetry 1.8%
16 EKG 1.7%
17 IV 1.7%
18 Staff Members 1.5%
19 Medication Administration 1.5%
20 Critical Care 1.4%
21 Infection Control 1.4%
22 Diabetes 1.4%
23 Oncology 1.3%
24 LPN 1.2%
25 MDS 1.2%
26 Primary Care 1.2%
27 Physician Orders 1.2%
28 Medical Care 1.2%
29 Picc 1.1%
30 Acute Care 1.1%
31 CPR 1.1%
32 Pediatrics 0.9%
33 Pain Management 0.9%
34 IM 0.9%
35 Medicaid 0.8%
36 Surgical Procedures 0.8%
37 Quality Care 0.8%
38 EMR 0.8%
39 ADL 0.8%
40 Alzheimer 0.7%
41 Acls 0.7%
42 Emotional Support 0.7%
43 Medication Management 0.7%
44 Personal Care 0.7%
45 Phone Calls 0.7%
46 Test Cases 0.6%
47 TB 0.6%
48 Disease Process 0.6%
49 Pacu 0.6%
50 Medical Equipment 0.6%
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