RN Resume help

  1. Hello! I am a new grad RN and need some help. I have been at the same facility for 7 years, promoted from MA, to LPN, to RN. I wasnt quite sure how to arrange my dates of employment. I wanted to get some feedback on my resume . Thanks!

    Professional Experience

    Cardiology Center , Valley Stream, NY February 2012-Present
    Registered Nurse

    • Responsible for the delivery of patient care during diagnostic cardiac stress testing, including regular stress tests, nuclear stress tests, and stress echocardiograms. Performs pacemaker interrogations, remote pacemaker evaluations, review holter monitors, event monitors, and 12-Lead EKG's for cardiologist interpretation. Demonstrates comprehension of the disease process, medical intervention and assessment through labs and other parameters. Anticoagulation clinic, maintain INR through careful monitoring, education and knowledge of adverse factors as they affect Coumadin therapy.
    • Serves at Nurse Manager.
    • Specialized training in vascular, interpretation of 12 lead EKG and cardiac arrhythmias, able to collaborate effectively with Physicians, Physician Assistants, and all members of the healthcare team. Self Directed, works well in a fast paced team environment, excellent oral and written communication skills.

    Cardiology Center , Valley Stream, NY February 2009-December2012
    Licensed Practical Nurse (promoted to Registered Nurse)

    • Anticoagulation clinic, maintain INR through careful monitoring, education and knowledge of adverse factors as they affect Coumadin therapy under direct supervision of Physician.
    • Served as Clinical Office Manager.

    Cardiology Center , Valley Stream, NY July 2005- January 2009
    Medical Assistant (promoted to Licensed Practical Nurse)

    • Oversight for office administration and patient relationship management in a high-volume, multi-physician practice.
    • Strong problem resolution aptitude.
    • Assisted physicians with all stress testing, obtaining health history for Physician review.


    Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), 2013
    University of Jacksonville
    Application pending

    Associate in Science (AS) in Nursing, 2011-2013
    Eastwick College, GPA 3.50
    RN licensure (NCLEX-RN) 2013
    Participated in fundraisers for the NY Heart Association

    Associate in Science(AS) in Practical Nursing, 2008-2009
    HoHoKus School of Business and Medical Science, GPA 3.50
    LPN Licensure (NCLEX-PN), 2009

    Leadership & Team Building Programs - Time Management - Conflict Resolution
    New York Registered Nurse - ACLS - HIPAA - OSHA - BLS
    Infection Control

    v References upon request
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  3. by   joanna73
    Your resume looks professional and reads well. As you have indicated, it's best to list your most current position and license. I wouldn't bother writing "references available..." Takes up space and unnecessary.
  4. by   TopazLover
    Double check spelling and wording (I think Holter should be capitalized). Agree about the references. That is a dated format.