Registered Nurse Administrator Resume Sample

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 REGISTERED NURSE

~ Emphasizing Quality Patient Care & Staff Relations ~

Dedicated, patient-focused registered nursing leader offering comprehensive administrative and frontline medical/surgical and paediatrics/neonatal hospital experience. Meticulous regard for accurate administrative detailing. Maintains composure and makes decisions in fast-paced, unpredictable and stressful environments. Interfaces and communicates seamlessly with doctors, specialized support services, pharmacists, patients and visiting families. Astutely perceives and resolves problems. Without fail, projects a polished, positive and professional demeanor.

Core Competencies:

  • Patient & Family Communications
  • Employee & Physician Relations
  • Sound Decision Making
  • Confidentiality Assurance
  • Prioritize Workload
  • Health Care Services Administration
  • Solid Computer/Technology Skills
  • Change & Quality Management
  • Team Building & Coaching
  • Crisis Response

QUALIFICATIONS IN ACTION

HOSPITAL SERVICES LEADER (HSL)
FLOAT POOL REGISTERED NURSE (All Nursing Units)

May 2004 - Present
June 2003 - Present

Royal Victoria Hospital, Barrie, Ontario
Initially retained in a Float capacity to support the patient needs at this acute care, 297 bed community hospital. Requested to fill the HSL role in 2004. Leadership skills relied upon to fulfill the after hours Administrator-in-Charge functions, from 4pm to 8am and 24 hour coverage on weekends and holidays. Trusted to manage patient flow in building, bed allocation, and delegate staffing of all facility areas.

  • Regarded as a resource, countering any problems or issues arising from all staff, patients or families. Stabilizing and sound decision making strengths are positioned to lead all large scale catastrophes.
  • Coordinate manpower planning by staffing all areas in the off hours. Leverage advanced working knowledge of the staffing requirements/levels in most nursing areas, allowing for strategic Float Nurse allocations to best meet the hospital’s needs.
  • When working in Float Pool capacity, deliver the full scope of direct patient care, diagnosis and treatment planning, as well as charting/patient documentation. Cross trained throughout all medical/surgical areas and specialties including: Special Care Nursery (SCN), Pediatrics, CCU, ER, Post-partum, and Psychiatry.

REGISTERED NURSE

Jan 2004 - Present

St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Ontario
Selected from multiple candidates to provide nursing expertise at this large downtown Toronto teaching hospital and trauma centre. Provide frontline 9VS/9VN– Surgical Acute Care Orthopedics, Neuro, Trauma, Plastics Care all RN Units with high acuity. Although still technically a staff member, have not accepted shifts within the last 12 months to ensure availability for overtime and call-ins at RVH. Interact well with patients and work teams from all cultures and backgrounds.

  • Mentored a new graduate RN in the Internship Program.
  • Adaptable and committed team player. Earned Employee of the Month status in 2002.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSE

Sept 2002 - June 2003

Fenwick Automotive Products, Toronto, Ontario
Accepted to meet the nursing requirements for this automotive factory. Accountable for heading the care of all staff in the plant and office area. Handled work-related injuries, first aid and other health issues resulting in lost time from work. Functioned as a health care resource.

  • Recognized the need to train all staff for proper lifting techniques, back safety and SARS education.
  • Key player in implementing a better run Return to Work Program. Developed a Wellness Program for all employees (blood glucose & cholesterol testing, and blood pressure clinics).

POST-RN STUDENT PLACEMENT

Sept 2001 - Apr 2002

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario
RNAO panelist for job fairs as a Student Nurse Representative, in support of recruitment and retention strategies. Gave presentations to high schools, educating students about the profession.

  • Developed an evaluation tool, gathering statistics from the students about the presentation and the overall nursing industry perception. Findings were published in a formal RNAO document, with a subsequent article published in the RNAO Journal.
  • Job commitment and passion demonstrated through volunteering beyond what was expected, contributing to events and activities during personal time.

LONG-TERM DEMENTIA CLIENT CARE

July 2000 - Jan 2002

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre & Women's College Hospital, Toronto, Ontario
Retained as a key support member of the LGSE – Veterans Wing.

EDUCATION & SPECIALIZED TRAINING

MASTER OF NURSING (Part Time Studies)
Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario

Starting Sep 2006

NURSING & HEALTH CARE LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario

2004

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN NURSING
Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario

2002

REGISTERED NURSING DIPLOMA
Loyalist College, Belleville, Ontario

2000

Coronary Care I · CPR · IV Therapy Course · RNAO Staff Nurse Leadership Course · WHMIS

TECHNOLOGY

MediTech, Patient Care System, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Email, and Internet Research.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO) since 2000.
(Active Member & Voting Delegate for South Simcoe Chapter)
College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) since 2000.

~ Leader in Compassionate & Quality Care Initiatives ~


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