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2015 - RN Resume Summary and Full Resume

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2015 - RN Resume Summary and Full Resume

  1. 1. Ana Elizabeth McCorkhill Mobile: 314-236-7550 Email: AnaOhana@gmail.com Resume Summary Veteran’s Preference: Yes Credentials: RN Missouri State Licensure: 2014001455 April 2017 BLS Certification Oct 2017 ACLS Certification Feb 2017 Currently pursuing CCRN certification, qualified candidate per AACN requirements 2015 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Warfare Specialist 2012 Experience: Long-Term Acute Care (LTAC) Registered Nurse – Kindred St Louis 08/2014 – Present Occupational Health Nurse – Boeing through Maxim Healthcare Services 01/2014 – 08/2014 St Mary’s Health Care Center – Neuro/Telemetry Floor PCII – Student Nurse 12/2012 – 1/2014 Christian Hospital – Neuro/Ortho Floor Student Nurse Internship 05/2012 – 08/2012 Construction Mechanic – Military Experience CMCA to CM 2 nd Class Petty Officer, NCO 8/2004 – 08/2012 Pacific Care Center – Skilled Nursing Facility CNA 2003 – 2006 Delmar Gardens – Skilled Nursing Facility CNA 2002 – 2003 Education: Maryville University – BSN Studies, Student Nurse 2010 – 2013 Barnes Jewish College, Goldfarb School of Nursing – Student Nurse 2010 – 2010 St. John’s Trauma Conference – Student Nurse 2011 US Navy CM 2 nd Class Non-Commissioned Officer 2004 – 2004 Volunteer: USO Volunteer 2004 – 2012 NMCB 15 Ombudsman Volunteer 2006 – 2008 Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Project 2010 Polar Plunge for Military Families 2010 – 2012 Maryville Reaches Out 2010-2013 Honors: St. Mary’s 4W Tele – Great Catch Award 2013 Maryville’s Honor Roll/President’s List/Dean’s List Eight Semesters BJC’s Dean’s List Three Semesters BJC’s Institutional Scholarship Finalist 2010 BJC’s Institutional Scholarship Finalist 2010 Mary & Ethel Scholarship Finalist 2009 Licensure/Skills/ Certificates: RN Missouri State Licensure: 2014001455 April 2017 BLS/CPR (AED) Certification Oct 2017 ACLS Certification Feb 2017 Currently pursuing CCRN certification, qualified candidate per AACN requirements 2015 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Warfare Specialist 2012
  2. 2. Ana Elizabeth McCorkhill 2104 Valley Park Rd Fenton, Missouri 63026 US AnaOhana@gmail.com 314-236-7550 Veteran’s Preference: Yes Licensure/Certificates: RN Missouri State Licensure: 2014001455 2017 CPR/BLS (AED) Certification 2017 ACLS 2017 Currently working toward CCRN Certification, qualified candidate 2015 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Warfare Specialist 2012 Work Experience: Long-Term Acute Care (LTAC) Registered Nurse 08/2014 – Present Kindred Hospital, St Louis – LTAC RN, Staff RN, all units 6 bed ICU, 60 bed Step-down Acute Care/Critical Care Hospital  Diligently provides direct patient care to medically complex & catastrophically ill patients  Professionally delegates and supervises care, treatment, and services of patient-care provided by LPNs, RRTs, CNAs, PT, OT, ST, dialysis RNs, and other adjunct staff on assigned units and shifts  Responsibly performs assessments and continual reassessments throughout shifts for highest level of patient care throughout shift and for continuity of care between shifts  Responsibly reports patient concerns and changes in condition to supervisor and/or physician in a timely manner  Professionally and concisely communicates information with adjunct interdisciplinary team in a timely manner  Implements professional nursing judgement and communication at all times while titrating drips ( including: insulin, heparin, propofol, versed, levophed, dobutamine drips, etc)  Implements and updates care plans individualized to patient’s needs and realistic goals  Utilizes medical equipment such as ventilators, infusion pumps (including: PCAs, antibiotic therapy, medication dispensers, negative pressure wound therapy, cardiac/telemetry monitoring, and patient heating/cooling systems  Maintains current and consistent education and understanding of Evidence Based Practice regarding care of the acutely and critically ill patient  Maintains current and consistent education and understanding of medical equipment utilization and procedures  Diligently provides superior quality of care to patient’s family, ie: updating POA on care given, treatment provided, timely execution of consents, exhibits professionalism at all time Occupational Health – RN for Boeing 01/2014 – Present RN for Boeing through Maxim Healthcare Services Diligently conducted workplace Screenings and Health Education:  Maintained detailed records of completion of employee health requirements, including: o Flu Shots  Kept tract of insurance-required health screenings, including: o Manual blood pressure and heart rate measurements o Body composition and BMI using the hand held electrical impedance machine o Screening cholesterol and glucose levels (using standard finger stick protocols) o Post-screening health risk consultations, current medication education, health promotion education, and health risk reduction/prevention education o Flexibility testing o Diabetes Screening and Diabetes Education/Health Management Student Nurse Care Partner Tech – CP II 12/2012 – 1/2014 SSM St Mary’s Health Center – Cardiac/Tele Floor  Established a rhythm and time-management system to accomplish duties efficiently  Learned to anticipate my RN’s and patient’s needs and priorities  Maintained my patients’ dignity of life, safety, quality of life and quality of care to the highest moral standard first and foremost Accomplishments: 2013 – Awarded with the Great Catch Award for correct action upon identifying a post-surgical complication
  3. 3. Student Nurse Externship 05/2012-08/2012 Christian Hospital – Neurology/Orthopedic Floor  Superior Accomplishment of tasks and Evidence Based Projects required in the Externship  Diligently worked toward taking over my nurse’s 9-patient assignment  Established a system of patient care and eventually took over my nurse’s patients and related tasks by the end of the 16 week externship, including implementation of new orders, patient education, patient discharge, patient discharge instructions, and all medication administration, excluded initiation of blood products, per the MO nursing Practice Act and then-current hospital policies regarding student nurses  Refined skills of assessment, prioritization, and critical thinking  Created my own methodical system and rhythm for duties and prioritization Accomplishments:  Created a detailed, organized and concise informational binder for use in the orientation process of new nurses to the floor covering ‘Laminectomy, Laminotomy and Spinal Fusion Procedures’ and included several EBP articles and clinically-indicated nursing intervention for care plans and actions, it is currently still in use during Graduate Nurse Orientation Training.  Worked with Christian Hospital’s Student Nurse Liaison regarding MAR/EPIC access and necessity of access for future RN students. Professionally itemized the impracticality and the impact on pt care and pt safety due to not having immediate and adequate access, yet being expected to almost completely take over patient care. 2nd Class Non-Commissioned Officer 08/2004-08/2012 Military, Naval Seabees  Implemented, organized, executed duties as Hospital Corpsman in Seabee Convoy Security Unit pursuing a military career for 8 years; Honorably Discharged  Trained in : o Triage; acute care; critical care; circulatory stability and replacement therapy; proper suture placement; acute/critical care medication administration  Pursued and obtained 4 accelerated promotions  Supervised as fire-team leader over 16 newly recruited military personnel  Managed my personnel consistently through mentorship and organization of their leadership training, Seabee Combat Warfare (SCW) training, general military training, and respective specialists exams/promotional exams as they rotated through my fire-team in groups of four-six  Maintained detailed notes on both the military and civilian qualifications, training, commendations, skills, and accomplishments of every personnel in my fire-team and used them to enrich and augment my annual military evaluation of every personnel placed within my fire-team unit  Strengthened moral, welfare and recreation (MWR) of the battalion through co- organization of MWR events through the St Louis and Port Hueneme MWR NMCB offices  Co-Managed with the unit's first co-opted Ombudsman, Kelly Meyer, to find unit-specific ways to meet the needs of the families left behind during our unit's deployments; also co- organized with Operation Homefront's founder, Jon Jerome, with this shared goal of increasing the well-fare/well-being of our military families left behind during deployments Accomplishments: Received commendation letter and challenge coin from the Allied NATO Commander, Admiral Giambastiani, commending my unit’s excellence in work quality, ethics, ‘can-do’ attitude, and completion of assigned projects several days ahead of schedule Certified Nursing Assistant 02/2003 - 6/2005 Pacific Care Center Certified Nursing Assistant 01/2002 - 2/2003 Delmar Gardens of Fenton  Implemented the duties of a Nursing Assistant  Maintained my patients’ dignity of life, safety, quality of life and quality of care to the highest moral standard first and foremost  Provided for patients' personal hygiene by providing bedpans, urinals, baths, backrubs, shampoos, and shaves; assisting with safe travel to the bathroom; helping with showers/baths  Provided for activities of daily living by assisting with meals and feeding patients as necessary; ambulating, turning, and positioning patients; providing fresh water and nourishment between meals.  Provided adjunct nursing care within my certification by administering enemas, non-sterile dressing changes, ice packs, heat treatments, sitz baths and applying restraints as ordered
  4. 4.  Maintained patient stability to the highest level of nursing care by assisting the nurse in checking vital signs and weight; testing urine; recording intake and output information and accurately maintaining documentation  Enhanced employer’s fiscal responsibilities through accurate documentation of patient records by assisting charge RN with chart review, change-over and filing.  Augmented my employer’s reputation in patient care by adhering to professional standards, policies, procedures, federal, state, and local requirements, and JCAHO standards Education: Maryville University St Louis, MO US Bachelors of Science in Nursing 2010-2013 Degree Completion Date: 12/13/13 President’s List: 4 semesters, Dean’s List: 4 semesters Attended for 10 semesters Barnes Jewish College – Goldfarb School of Nursing Bachelors of Science in Nursing 2010 Dean’s List – all semesters attended Transferred from Goldfarb to Maryville in 2010 after 3 semesters Military A-school, Port Hueneme, CA 2004 Completion Date: 2004 Delmar Gardens - Patient Assistant Certification Program 2002 Fenton, MO US, Certification Date: 02/2002 Volunteer experiences: USO Volunteer 2004 – 2012 NMCB 15 Ombudsman Volunteer 2006-2008 Habitat for Humanity Community Volunteer Project 2010 & 2015 Polar Plunge for Military Families Volunteer 2010-2012 Maryville Reaches Out 2011-2013 Computer Skills: Excellent Proficiency within Compass, Epic and ProTouch Database/MAR; Excellent Proficiency within Microsoft Word, Excel and Spreadsheets Documents

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