Congrads on passing your boards.
"Has enough experience and expertise in dealing with different patients and medical personnel such as physicians and other nurses, using interactive approach to help individuals with medical needs and had knowledge of basic medical procedures and its applications".--- I do not know what this means, I read this you have had "enough" or you are burned out dealing with patients.
Your education, it not a strong point, not a mainstream way to enter the LVN profession. Also your education is old ( graduated in 2009), move to the bottom of your resume.
"Positively interacted in professional manner with the patients and incoming visitors and patient's family. Provided great customer service, ancillary task and administrative assistance. Did some reception duties; answered and returned calls if needed. Help other hospital staff by some errands and being informative as well"
Greeted patients and visitors. Assisted in administrative duties as requested.
Character References are something you use if you were arrested and need someone to voucher for your character, instead Professional references would be better.
CNA - American Red Cross - do not need applying as lvn
+CPR/ AED Adult Child and Infant- American Red Cross - dates needed also you have numerous CPR listed you only need one current.
+Standard First Aid - American Red Cross ??? First aid training is something that you should have learned in school.
+BLS - American Heart Association
+BLS/CPR Adult Child and Infant - American Academy of CPR & First Aid Inc.
+Healthcare Provider CPR -
Academy of CPR & First Aid Inc.
+some IHSS attendance and training - ????
+Good Moral Character- Blah Univeristy I have no idea what this is. IS this an award you obtained in school?
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