Mary Rojas - Licensed Practical Nurse Resume Simple
Seeking a position as a licensed practical nurse where I can utilize my nursing education and training, as well as my interpersonal skills to provide the highest level of patient care.
  • behavioral health, management, therapeutic, supervisor, crisis management, triage, compliance, venipuncture, therapy, medical
  • drainage, patient, patient care, quality
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Licensed Practical Nurse

    Department of the Army

    • Certified nursing Assistant: Supervision of medication administration, wound care, and IV therapy. Provide personal and family education to patients and families.
    • O medical Assistant: Wound care, medication administration, monitoring of patients, and management of chronic pain. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Medication refills, drug screens, breath alcohol tests, blood glucose.
    • Duties: Wound care, tracheostomy care, GT tube feeding, G-tube feedings, insulin administration, nebulizer treatments, oxygen, nebulizer treatments, blood glucose monitoring.
    • Completes all nursing care procedures including but not limited to: Wound care, medication administration, tracheostomy care, G-tube feedings, bowel and bladder monitoring, and respiratory treatments.
    • Provide direct supervision of resident care services and/or resident care services to residents, including but not limited to, monitoring and reporting changes in residents' condition, and ensuring that all aspects of the facility are in
    • Perform all aspects of nursing care, including but not limited to medication administration, wound care, tracheostomy care, and monitoring of adverse reactions.
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Certified Nursing Assistant

    North Kansas City Hospital

    • Preserved patient dignity and minimized discomfort while carrying out duties such as bedpan changes, diapering, emptying drainage bags and bathing.
    • Commended for maintaining the quality of life-care and services provided in the delivery of patient care. Assisted with the activities of daily living.
    • Assisted residents with activities of daily living including helping with meals, transferring using assistive devices, bathing, dressing and grooming.
    • Provided residents with assistance in bathing, dressing, and grooming, demonstrating these skills as necessary. Demonstrated ability to read, understand and follow individual resident care plans.
    • Adhered to safety guidelines; completed hospital's three-hour patient safety training program. (2013) provided patient care in the ICU, CCU, and SICU.

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