Date of Birth: December23, 1973
Place of Birth: Jacksonville, FL
Dedicated and compassionate
Flexible, adept learner
Strong organization and communication skills
15years as Labor and Delivery Registered Nurse
BoardCertified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Clinicalexperience in health promotion and disease prevention, family planning,prenatal care, and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.
8/08-12/10 University of South Alabama– Mobile, Alabama
▪MSN degree earned
2000-2008 Florida State University – Tallahassee, FL
▪BSN degree earned
1992-1995 Gulf Coast Community College– Panama City, FL
▪AS degree in Nursing earned
July 2011-Present OB/GYN Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner
NorthFlorida OB/GYN, Baptist III – Jacksonville, FL
Obtain complete medical history
Perform medical physical examinations.
Perform well-woman exams and order diagnostic screenings.
Interpretation of diagnostic studies and laboratory tests.
Provide comprehensive treatment for obesity and hormone imbalance.
Evaluate high risk medical conditions and coordination of care.
Provide patient education and counseling regarding treatment options.
Perform rounds in the hospital and manage care for patients during the antepartum, postpartum, and postoperative gynecology period.
1996-2011 Labor & Delivery RegisteredNurse
5/1999-10/2011 St. Luke’s Family BirthPlace – Jacksonville, FL
6/1996-3/2000 St.Vincent’s Hospital – Jacksonville, FL
6/2003-12/2004 Travel RN in L&D
1/2005-5/2007 Baptist Medical CenterSouth – Jacksonville, FL
Provide nursing care to women during the ante partum, intrapartum, and postpartum period, including attention to maternal/fetal health and the parent/child relationship.
Provide emotional support, coaching, and relaxation techniques to patients during labor and delivery.
Demonstrate proficiency in the interpretation of fetal heart rate patterns and provide nursing interventions as necessary.
Demonstrate proficiency in computer documentation for all aspects of nursing care.
Provide leadership as a relief charge nurse when needed.
Demonstrate expertise in the maternal/newborn setting and recognized as mentor and preceptor for BSN students.
Communicate effectively with all members of the healthcare team as a patient advocate.
Utilize evidence based research to enhance the quality of care.
3/1996-5/1996 Day County Home Health/Hospice –Panama City, FL
Admit patients after discharge from the hospital and provide education regarding medications and treatment.
Managed and cared for patients with multiple chronic illnesses such as heart failure, diabetes, and COPD.
Implemented nursing orders including IV therapy, wound care, dressing changes, and phlebotomy.
Collaborated with multidisciplinary team members in planning and modifying patient care plans.
Provided counseling and emotional support to hospice families and made referrals to appropriate resources in the community.
NCC Board Certified Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner – February 2011
Women’s Health Florida ARNP License – Exp 04/30/2013
Registered Nurse – Exp 04/30/2013
Association of Women’s Health, Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)
Basic Life Support
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Neonatal Resuscitation Program Provider
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Associate Degree in Nursing
Bachelors of Science in Nursing
Masters of Science in Nursing