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Compassionate and dedicated Medical Professional with extensive training and clinical exposure in the field of health care. Dependable and keen to details with in-depth knowledge of professional nursing principles and techniques, hospital operations, and medical subjects, capable of managing heavy daily patient volume and still able to provide reliable care to patients. Professional, personable, with effective customer service and communication skills, adept at building productive relationships and building rapport with patients, staff, and individuals at any level or background.

Core Competencies
Patient Care/Health Administration • Planning, Prioritizing & Coordinating Patient Load • Patient Assessment • Clinical Polices/Procedures Compliance • Patient Records/Documentation


Overton Brooks, VA/GI Clinic (Endoscopy Suite)
RN-GI Technician 8/2008 – Present
Administered moderate sedation to patients undergoing upper and lower GI procedures (EGD/Colonoscopies) including endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS), endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and provided care to patient during the recovery phase. Assisted physician with GI procedures. Handled capsule endoscopy procedures and educating patients and family regarding GI procedures. Experienced in navigating through CPRS including templates, tabs, and iMed Consents software such as VISTA. Performed tool and equipment setup prior to an exam, cleanup, and maintenance of equipment after an exam. Handled filing of a repair report and ensured that work is performed.
Nurse Manager 9/2007 – 8/2008
Managed operations for the OR/PACU/Pain Management including supervision over 21 nursing staff. Gathered and reported data on OR delays to identify areas for improvement. Identified patient service requirements by establishing personal rapport with potential and actual patients and other persons in a position to understand service requirements. Ensured quality of care by developing and interpreting hospital and nursing division’s philosophies and standards of care. Enforced adherence to state board of nursing and state nurse practice act requirements and to other governing agency regulations. Measured health outcomes against standards and recommended adjustments. Completed patient care requirements by scheduling and assigning nursing and staff, conducting follow up on work results.
H.H. McGuire VA, Richmond • VA 12/2005 – 9/2007
Nurse Manager
Managed operating room and post anesthesia care unit (PACU) including supervision of 35 healthcare employees. Established a compassionate environment by providing emotional, psychological, and spiritual support to patients, friends, and families. Provided information to patients and health care team by answering questions and requests. Resolved patient needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies. Promoted patient’s independence by establishing patient care goals, educating and counseled patient, friends, and family and reinforcing their understanding of disease, medications, and self-care skills. Maintained patient confidence and protected operations by monitoring confidential information processing.
Dallas VA, Dallas • TX 12/1998 – 12/2005
Perioperative Nurse
Served as a perioperative nurse in the scrub and circulator role. Served and chaired various unit-nursing councils such as Education, Nursing Practice, and the Nursing Councils. Performed the duties as the assistant nurse manager for OR, PACU, and Holding Area. Monitored, recorded, and reported symptoms or changes in patients’ conditions. Documented patients’ medical information and vital signs. Maintained accurate, detailed reports and records. Consulted and coordinated with healthcare team members to assess, plan, implement, or evaluate patient care plans. Instructed individuals, families, or other groups on topics such as health education, disease prevention, or childbirth and develop health improvement programs.
Audie L. Murphy VA, San Antonio • TX 6/1984 – 12/1998
Perioperative Nurse
Served as perioperative nurse in scrubbing and circulating on various surgical procedures. Performed the responsibilities as primary nurse coordinator for the orthopedics and LASER service. Monitored all aspects of patient care, including diet and physical activity. Prepared patients for and assisted with examinations or treatments. Prepared rooms, sterile instruments, equipment, or supplies and ensured that stock of supplies is maintained. Ordered, interpreted, and evaluated diagnostic tests to identify and assessed patient’s condition. Assessed the needs of individuals, families, or communities, including assessment of individuals’ home or work environments, to identify potential health or safety problems. Provided health care, first aid, immunizations, or assistance in convalescence or rehabilitation in locations such as schools, hospitals, or industry


United States Navy General Medic/ Operating Room Technician 1975 – 1979
United States Navy United States Navy (Reserves), Honorable Discharge 1983 – 1989


Masters of Science in Nursing, 12/1997
University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio • TX

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 12/1988
Incarnate Word College , San Antonio • TX

AD, 5/1984
San Antonio College, San Antonio • TX


Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses (AORN), 1985 – Present
Sigma Theta Tau- Delta Alpha Chapter, 1998 – Present
Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates (SGNA), 2011


SOARS: An Overview of Operating Room Patient Safety in the VA, 4/2007
Patient Hand-Off Communication-S-BAR, 3/2007
Standard Operating Procedure: Documentation of Implantable Devices, 3/2007
Let’s Talk Earthquake, National Association of Orthopedic Nurses, Alamo Chapter 3/1994
Hazards of Electrosurgical/LASER Plume, Association of Surgical Technologist Annual Seminar, Dallas, TX, 8/1999
What is Your Personality Color? Association of Surgical Technologist Annual Seminar, , Dallas, TX, 8/2001, 8/2002
Nursing Care of the Islamic Veteran, Perioperative Staff In-Service, Dallas VA, 8/2005
Ethical & Legal Issues in Organ Transplant, Cardiac Update Seminar, Dallas VA Community Center, 8/2005
OR Environment: Protocol for the Health Care Industry Representative, OrthoFix Inc., 6/2005


Professional Registered Nurse, State of Texas. 1985-Present
Certification in Perioperative Nursing (CNOR). 1990-Present
Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS), ongoing
Advance Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS), ongoing


Care of the patient with total knee arthroplasty Infection, Seminars in Perioperative Nursing. 2(4): 243-47
Vascular Nursing, 2nd Ed. by Victoria A. Fahey, 1994. AORN Journal, September 1994. Book review.
Handbook of Vascular Surgery by Clifford M. Sales. 1994. AORN Journal, April 1995. Book review.
HIV Care: A Comprehensive Handbook for Providers by L. J. Andrews & L. B. Novick, 1995. AORN Journal, March 1996. Book review.

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