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Samantha xxx

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Summary

A talented, compassionate, and team-centered patient care professional with experience in various roles of the healthcare team. Highly competent in critical thinking, teamwork, managing multiple priorities, and delivering excellent patient services. Clinical experience at Phoenix Children's Hospital, Maricopa Integrated Health Systems, Carl T. Hayden Veteran's Hospital and Banner Good Samaritan. Hands-on application in multiple settings, including previous PCT experience.

Professional Experience

xxx, Preceptorship 08/2014-08/2014

Responsible for head to toe assessments, medication administration, IV starts, therapeutic communication, delegation, documentation, critical thinking, admission and discharge procedures, and helping with traumas and codes.

xxx, Patient Care Assistant/HUC 12/2011-11/2013

Responsible for vital signs, I/O monitoring, daily weights, assisting with procedures, documentation, therapeutic communication, playful and interactive care, collaboration with nurses and physicians, ongoing education and training, leadership in training new employees, clerical work, multi-tasking, and critical thinking.

xxx, Patient Care Tech 08/2009-09/2011

Responsible for vital signs, I/O monitoring, daily weights, assisting with procedures, documentation, therapeutic communication, playful and interactive care, collaboration with nurses and physicians, ongoing education and training, leadership in training new employees, clerical work, multi-tasking and point of care testing (including blood glucose and urine samples).

xxx, Hostess/cashier/bartender/server 06/2006-04/2012

Responsible for point-of-sale, training new employees, collaboration with service and kitchen staff, critical thinking, exceptional customer service, effective communication, and team motivation and leadership.

xxxx, Certified Nursing Assistant 12/2008-03/2009

Responsible for vital signs, documentation of I/O's and Activities of daily living, reporting to nurses and physicians, assisting with various procedures, and providing excellent patient care. I would go above and beyond to make my patient have a better day.

Education

University of xxx Online, xxx, TX Projected graduation 2015

RN-BSN

xxx Community College, Phoenix, AZ 2012-2014

ADN/Nursing

During my time at Gateway Community College I was exposed to many clinical areas. Those areas included acute care, intensive care, emergency care, pediatrics, and labor and delivery. I practiced head to toe assessments, I.V therapy, safe medication administration, documentation, ongoing focused assessments, therapeutic communication, patient and family centered care, critical thinking, and ability to educate patients appropriately. My clinical locations were Carl T. Hayden VA Hospital, Banner Good Samaritan, Phoenix Children's Hospital, Arrowhead Hospital, Maricopa Integrated Health Systems, and Mayo Clinic.

Volunteer/Community

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-Children's Lead Teacher September 2014-Current

Hope Fest AZ 2014 (free healthcare screenings for lower income families)

Phoenix Children's Hospital Give-A-Thon 2014

Certifications/Licenses:

Registered Nurse: RNxxxx, AZ, Expires: 04/01/2018

LPN Expires: 04/01/2018

BLS Expires: 04/2016

ACLS Expires: 07/2016

PALS Expires: 08/2016

CNA- Expired 06/2014

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kiszi has 9 years experience as a RN.

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Interesting and original. I would take out the paragraph in the college section as this info is already included elsewhere. It's assumed that you experienced different specialties in school as well. Also, I was going to say maybe leave out the restaurant experience, but that would leave a gap in employment. Maybe put it at the bottom to connect the CNA jobs better.

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kiszi has 9 years experience as a RN.

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And yes, I used CNA as a generic term. I realize CNAs, PCTs and PCAs can have different roles. :p

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