September 2006 to November 2006
116 East Castle Street
Syracuse, New York
Telephone: (315) 475-1641
Date of employment: 9/2006-11/2006
Position: Nurse Manager
40 bed unit. Responsible for entire unit. Residents, staff and family members.
September 2005 to January 2006
120 East Avenue
Minoa, New York 13116
Telephone: (315) 656-7277
Date of employment: 9/2005-1/2006
Position: Per Diem R.N. Supervisor
80 bed facility- (40 bed long term resident care/ 40 bed rehab unit)
Responsible for the entire facility. Over see entire facility including residents and staff.
Resident transfers to local hospitals, assess resident care and condition. Documentation,
care plans, staffing issues, incident reports, working with physicians, doing treatments when time allowed, helping staff as necessary. Caring for residents. Staffing issues.
Reason for leaving: Personal Reasons
Syracuse Veterans Administration Medical Center
February 1994 to April 1995
Position: Charge/Staff R.N.
31 bed acute care medical unit-oncology, hematology HIV, MRSA, COPD unit
Primary care for approximately 5-13 patients, depending on staffing. Responsible for total care needs of patients, including ADLS, monitor and assess patients. Work closely
With physicians, family members, and support teams. Other responsibilities include:
Working with picc lines, portacaths, cvps, and infuseaports, and starting venous access.
Experience with total isolation patients, and reverse isolation. Care plans, documentation of patients, and discharge planning. Obtained PRI license.
Reason for leaving: Personal Reasons
Salary: 50k/per year
January 1988 to July 1993
Dates of Employment while at the V.A. 1/1988-7/1993
Other Departments assigned while at the V.A.
31 bed Intermediate Care Unit (Pending Long Term Care Placement,
6 bed Respiratory Intensive Care Unit ( responsible for 3 acutely ill respiratory
ventilator-dependent patients. Primary total care.
8 bed Medical Intensive Care Unit (responsible for 2 acutely medically ill
patients. Primary Care. Diagnosis included Acute MI’S, Diabetic Comas,
Acute Respiratory Failure, etc. Most patients required ventilators.
Both Respiratory and Intermediate closed due to budget issues.
A, L. Lee Memorial Hospital
510 South Forth Street
Fulton, New York 13069
Telephone: (315) 592-2224
Nurse Manager: Joanne Sweet, R.N.
Employment status: Charge/Staff/ Float R.N. Between ICU and ER
Duties Included: Float between both needed. Acute MI’S, drug overdoses, MVA’S, Very active E.R. and Unit. 2 R.N.S per unit. Pulmonary embolisms, CVAS, heparin drips, lidocaine drips. Administer IV medications, po medications. Active member of Code team. Assist physicians in ER with any procedures necessary. Transport with ambulance team with acutely ill patients to larger regional hospitals. Lacerations, asthma, any any other medical emergency. Arterial line placement, start IV’S, blood draws, team nursing. Restock equipment in ER, use defibrillator, cardiac monitors, and interpretation
Of cardiac rhythms.
Reason for leaving; Salary Increase and Benefits
Salary: 30k/ year
William Jennings Dorn Veterans Administration Medical Center
1980 to 1987
Employment Status; Relief prn Hospital Supervisor, Charge/Staff R.N. Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Duties included; Primary care for post-op critically ill patients. 8 bed unit/ responsible for 2 patients. Acute thoracic surgery, acute abdominal surgery, pneumocectomies thoracotacomies, carotids, AAA’S surgery. Respirators, IVS, Swan-Ganz Cathethers, Arterial lines, blood draws, administer po/ IV medications, blood and blood product transfusions, complicated dressing changes, MRSA isolation, computer skills, cardiac monitors, and interpretation skills. Member of the code team throughout hospital. As a prn supervisor for the hospital- cover call-ins, any emergencies that may arise. Post mortem care. “Hands-on-care to patients whichever unit that were short staffed.
Reason for leaving: Relocated back to New York
The Tuomey Hospital
1977 to 1980
Employment Status: OB/GYN/ L&D Units
Duties Included: Post-op care of BTL’s, Hysterectomies, C-sections Assist Physicians with the actual L&D process, pre and post care of L&D patients. Care of newborn infants. Pitocin drips, magnesium drips, start IV’S. Administer po and IV medications. Fetal monitor application and monitoring. Monitor vital signs. Monitor staff LPNS and Nursing Assistants during direct patient pre and post op care. O2 administration, epis care, sitz baths. Educate patients in regards to breast feeding and newborn care. Assist with mothers ADLS. Monitor vital signs, administer pain medication, and assist with nitrous oxide anesthesia.
Reason for Leaving: Increased salary and benefits
1400 West Park Street
Urbana, Illinois 61801
Telephone# (217) 337-2000
Nurse Manager: ?
Employment Status; Mini out patient surgery/ Emergency Room
Duties Included: Assist with endoscopy procedures, monitor vital signs, monitor cardiac rhythms, and administer po and IV medications. Assist with direct patient care. Work closely with physicians.
Reason for leaving; Military Move
Salary: 25k/ year
1975 to 1976
Employment Status: Emergency Room
6 bed emergency room setting. Mostly 3-11 p.m. shift charge nurse. Monitor all patients and one LPN staff member. Help transport very ill patients to larger regional hospitals. Cardiac monitors, heparin drips, lidocaine drips. Active member of hospital code team. Similar duties as while employed at A.L. Lee Hospital Emergency Room in Fulton, New York.
Reason for leaving: Military Move
Salary: 20k/ year
1975 to 1975
Employment Status: Neuro Intensive Care Unit
Duties: Included offer understanding, compassion and empathy to patients. ICP monitors, monitor vital signs, total ADLS. Report any changes to charge nurse.
July 1993 to February 1994