SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS AND WORK EXPERIENCES
1. Has organized and provide on-site monitoring for youth organization implementing continued education on adolescent reproductive health, childcare's rights and advocacy, primary health care, among others.
2. Proven record of reliability and responsibility.
3. Possess true nursing values and character.
4. Has background in conducting training and seminars relative to value formation, effective leadership, and personal effectiveness, among others.
5. Has shown effective negotiation skills with different line agencies for possible resource accessing.
6. Can perform work with minimum supervision.
7. Works as an occupational health nurse, works with an employer to establish a healthy and productive work environment; engages workers in planned programs to promote a healthy lifestyle and good work-home balance.
Functions as an occupational health nurse, works
Sinopec International Petroleum Service Co
From June 2012
with an employer to establish a healthy and productive work environment; engages workers in planned programs to promote a healthy lifestyle and good work-home balance; fully equipped with certification as an emergency response associate, first-aider, basic-life support provider, drug-dispensing, paramedic-trained, fire safety trained, and infection control advocate.
June 20, 2012- up to the present
Shifa Al-Khobar Polyclinic
Staff Nurse: Emergency Room
Provide rapid assessment and treatment to patients in the initial phase of illness or trauma and often in life-threatening situations; specialize in assessing, intervening and stabilizing a variety of trauma and illnesses with decisive action; knowledgeable about general as well as specific health issues due to the range of medical conditions that may require urgent treatment and care.
The most important responsibility is understanding triage, which is a method of prioritizing injuries based on medical need; have the ability to make quick and accurate assessments about incoming patients, including both physical and mental health conditions. Time management is crucial in this job. Along with triage, must quickly ascertain the following information from incoming patients:
• Identify the medical problem
• Document medical history
• Check for any allergies and current medications
• Obtain height, weight, body temperature, heart rate and blood pressure
Other responsibilities include moving patients, taking blood samples, cleaning and bandaging wounds, administering medications and maintaining proper supplies of medical equipment. As with other health care professionals, emergency nurses are expected to comply with protocols, procedures and safety policies of a health care facility. Emotional stability, communication, leadership, sympathy and attention to detail are traits common among successful emergency nurses.
Capiz Emmanuel Hospital, Inc
From June 2010
An Emergency Department (ED), also known as Accident & Emergency (A&E), Emergency Room (ER), Emergency Ward (EW), or Casualty Department is a medical treatment facility specialising in acute care of patients who present without prior appointment, either by their own means or by ambulance. The emergency department is usually found in a hospital or other primary care center.
An ED requires different equipment and different approaches than most other hospital divisions. Patients frequently arrive with unstable conditions, and so must be treated quickly. They may be unconscious, and information such as their medical history, allergies, and blood type may be unavailable. ED staff are trained to work quickly and effectively even with minimal information.
Cardiac arrest and major trauma are relatively common in EDs, so defibrillators, automatic ventilation and CPR machines, and bleeding control dressings are used heavily. Survival in such cases is greatly enhanced by shortening the wait for key interventions, and in recent years some of this specialized equipment has spread to pre-hospital settings. The best-known example is defibrillator's, which spread first to ambulances, then in an automatic version to police cars, and most recently to public spaces such as airports, office buildings, hotels, and even shopping malls.
Because time is such an essential factor in emergency treatment, EDs typically have their own diagnostic equipment to avoid waiting for equipment installed elsewhere in the hospital. Nearly all have an X-ray room, and many now have full radiology facilities including CT scanners and ultrasonography equipment. Laboratory services may be handled on a priority basis by the hospital lab, or the ED may have its own "STAT Lab" for basic labs (blood counts, blood typing, toxicology screens, etc.) that must be returned very rapidly.
And most critical conditions are catered such as: cardiac arrest, heart attack, trauma, mental...
Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital
June 2008 - June 2010
Medical Ward/ Surgical Ward
• Receive patients from the emergency room
• Carry out doctor's order accurately.
• Do intradermal skin testing of antibiotics for allergy determination.
• Intravenous fluids follow up.
• Giving medications through topical, oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, nas0-gastric tube and intravenous routes while observing the 10 rights of drug administration.
• Provide comprehensive nursing care.
• Bedside care and routine rounds to patients every now and then.
• Assist in intubations and use of Resuscitator bag in responding to Cardio-pulmonary distress cases.
• Administer medications via piggy back such as Apresoline-Clonidine Drip, Nicardipine Drip, Levophed Drip, Amniodarone/Cordarone Drip and Dobutamine Drip.
• Indwelling Catheter insertion and Suctioning of discharges.
• Accurate and Complete Documentation of treatment and nursing care made.
• Preparing the patient pre-operatively as well as administering pre-operative medications.
• Perform intravenous insertion and initiating intravenous fluid drip.
• Monitor vital signs and report abnormality to the surgeon and anesthesiologist.
• Provide comprehensive nursing care.
• Assist the patient in wheeling in to the operating room including emotional preparedness.
• Receive patient from the recovery room and monitor for post-operative response, taking particular to abnormalities and complications.
• Perform daily dressing of wounds and/or operative wounds.
Qualifications & Certifications
FILAMER CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
FILAMER CHRISTIAN COLLEGE