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Resume CV Military Trained Director of Perioperative specialty surgical Services BSN MA Texas
Resume CV of Candidate 7943. Military trained and experienced Director of Operation Room, Perioperative or Specialty Surgical Services candidate seeking new opportunities in Texas

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Resume CV Military Trained Director of Perioperative specialty surgical Services BSN MA Texas Resume CV Military Trained Director of Perioperative specialty surgical Services BSN MA Texas Document Transcript

  • Resume CV Military Trained Director OR Perioperative SpecialtySurgical Services BSN MA TexasResume CV of Candidate 7943. Military trained and experienced Director of Operation Room,Perioperative or Specialty Surgical Services candidate seeking new opportunities in Texas. Retiring fromUS Air Force March 31, 2010. Available for new position effective April 15, 2010.EXPERIENCEUnited States Air Force (USAF) 1994–PresentDirector, Aeromedical Evacuation (AE) Control Team 2007–PresentSenior Flight Nurse (SFN)/OR Nurse  Effectively implemented 10 elements of Joint Commission’s (JC) Surgical Care Improvement Project including appropriate surgical site hair removal, prophylactic antibiotic selection/administration, and patient temperature management as a perioperative nurse at a level II trauma medical center.  Improved OR utilization by incorporating best practices and employing 12 benchmarks identified by integrating quality data with operational measures.  Supervised 11 personnel coordinating in-flight nursing care and AE airlift for 350K personnel and their families across 51M miles in 92 countries.  Directed 225 mishap free AE urgent missions while coordinating airlift for 18K+ combat troops.  Top advisor to US military leadership in Europe on all AE planning and execution issues.  As Senior Nurse Executive, mentored USAF nurse corps officers on current practice standards, career advancement, and leadership training.  Improved division’s training posture to 93% completion in less than 6 months. #1/5 divisions and tops amongst 252 personnel.  Nurtured professional growth by sponsoring staff’s completion of 4 associates, 2 bachelors, and 2 master’s degrees.  Named by leadership as “My #1/4 division chiefs” and “My top medic!”Clinical Nurse Manager, Surgical Inpatient Unit 2004–2007Wilford Hall Medical Center, TX  Directed the daily management of a 48-bed surgical inpatient unit averaging 800 admissions and discharges per month, and 131 health care professionals at a Level I Trauma Teaching Center. Oversaw $350K annual budget.  Decreased use of dangerous and unapproved abbreviations by 85% in 4 months by launching nurse- driven patient documentation audits.  Incorporated skin ulcer prevention program into daily nursing assessment, decreasing skin breakdown by 65%.  Applied JC’s tracer methodology in correcting 18 unit shortfalls, key to 2007 accreditation.  Created a new 4-bed step down unit, easing critical care bed crunch, and saving $24K daily.  Championed $2.5M infusion pump buy/restock and $1.5B bed purchase for 43 hospitals, guaranteeing best quality and value.  Deemed by unit leadership as “My #1 of unit’s 80 nurses”.Director, AE Mission Support Branch/SFN 2001-2004
  •  Supervised 9 personnel in managing 3.5K AE personnel supporting worldwide wartime AE operations and field exercises.  Provided expert oversight of $25M worth of medical equipment and supplies.  Project manager for $250K 14-room 6K square foot office upgrade.  Applied stringent HIPPA guidelines while creating AE planner’s course.  Planned and executed largest patient movement system since Vietnam War with 60K patient movements in past 9 years.  Yearly performance review states “#1 of 60 officers.”Director, Medical Readiness Section/SFN/ER Staff Nurse 1997–2001  Supervised 52 personnel assigned to 8 sections in 174-member unit.  Managed $3.2M in medical equipment and supplies.  Wrote local emergency disaster response plan for 80K personnel  Elevated the unit’s medical readiness rating, 60% to 92%, in 10 months, its highest level in 5 years. Adopted as benchmark for 32 AE squadrons.  Led unit to an “Excellent” rating two straight years during stringent USAF inspections.  Utilized Crew Resource Management as SFN providing in-flight patient care during 400 hours AE flight time.  Applied advanced trauma nursing skills treating urgent and emergent adult multiple trauma patients at 140-bed Level I teaching trauma hospital.  Instructed 40 personnel in life-saving techniques during Basic Trauma Life Support course  Annual evaluation states “#1 officer/174 personnel in 1999; Superb manager.”Nurse Manager, Thoracic-Vascular Surgery/Training Officer 1994-1997Malcolm Grow Medical Center, MD  Coordinated the perioperative care, equipment, and unique supplies for thoracic/vascular services with a budget of $350K  Planned, provided, and evaluated perioperative nursing care for patients requiring surgery for a department that averaged 350 cases per month.  Saved $28K annually by organizing the purchase of single use disposable items.  Lowered case turnover time 60% by creating procedural training plans, updating preference cards, and instituting instrument tray standardization.  Improved staff proficiency by presenting in-services on orthopedic power equipment, instrumentation, and positioning supplies.  Instructed 150 students at the first Military Tri-service Endoscopy Course.  Certified as department’s only Laser Nurse Specialist, 120 cases/year.  Guided the annual field medical training of 1.3K medical personnel by implementing 15 lesson plans and training 50 cadre members.  Leadership identifies “Dynamic leadership qualities.” “Talented nurse/officer.”Orthopedic Team Leader/Assistant Clinical Manager 1984–1994The Toledo Hospital, OH Managed day-to-day operations of 4 OR suites in a department with 32 OR’s at a Level I 950-bed traumateaching hospital with 120 OR staff members.
  •  Supervised 22 nurses and technologists dedicated to orthopedic specialty service averaging 180 cases/month. Six (6) dedicated suites, 32 surgeons, 15 residents, and medical students.  Operated autograft and allograft bone bank.  Assessed, planned, implemented, and evaluated the surgical care as circulating and scrub nurse for multiple specialty services with “on call” emergency responsibilities.  First nurse to complete Ohio Board of Nursing’s pilot RNFA program.  Briefed operating room staff on arthroscopy equipment, ACL GORETEX graft procedure, and total joint revision instrumentation.EDUCATION2004 American Military University Manassas, VAMasters of Arts in Military Studies1993 Graceland College Lamoni, IABachelor’s Degree in Nursing1982 Owens Technical College Perrysburg, OHAssociate Degree in NursingPROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS/CERTIFICATIONSOhio State Board of NursingTexas State Board of NursingAssociation of Operating Room Nurses (CNOR)Surgical Services ManagementBLSACLSPlease send me more information on this candidatePosted in :intitle, :inurl, austin, Dallas, Director OR Services, Director Perioperative, Director SurgicalServices, Houston, Intelli-Source, intitle, inurl, Nurse Executive, Nursing Management CV, NursingManagement Resume, San Antonio