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Vice President of Nursing Resume

Desired Industry: Medical/Health SpiderID: 79282
Desired Job Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Date Posted: 5/15/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 250000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: MD Willing to Relocate: No

Intuitive, decisive, and versatile professional with extensive experience in providing leadership to several nursing departments and units; coupled with hands-on background in facilitating training and clinical education to healthcare providers to improve nursing care experienced by patients. Excellent at implementing innovative strategies to exceed set-forth objectives, enhance process, and streamline clinical operations. Effective at diagnosing, understanding, and resolving issues by utilizing efficient approaches to choose appropriate course of action. Equipped with articulate communication and interpersonal skills essential in building positive work relationships with professionals of all levels.

Southwest LTC, Oklahoma, OK
Regional Nurse Consultant 2016–Present
Coordinate with administrators and director of nursing in the screening of applicants for nurse management positions; provide expert oversight to all OKC facilities to ensure quality service provided to patients
Preside over orientation and training to facility management, including administrators, directors of nursing and unit mangers on company skilled nursing policies and procedures, State and Federal regulations
Participate in the development and revision of clinical policies and procedures to ensure compliance with State/Federal regulations and current standard of practice
Offer monthly education, system implementation and monitoring, and development of performance improvement plans in conjunction with administration, MDS coordinators, and director of nursing to promote positives resident outcomes; Develop plans for improving clinical systems that can be implemented with others
Contribute to the survey process including assistance with preparation for survey, writing plan of correction, developing an action plan, and monitoring compliance

Northwest Nursing Center and Southwest LTC(SWLTC), Oklahoma, OK
Director of Nursing Service 2015–Present
Spearhead 80-bed, skilled-nursing facility, and lead nursing care delivery to guarantee safety and effectiveness of care
Collaborate with other team members to manage daily care levels of residents for quality assurance and determine appropriate levels of care as regulated by Medicare/Medicaid
Evaluate and identify comprehensive nursing needs of each resident, and initiate quality assurance program to improve resident care, as well as quality of life programs according to company and federal policies
Assess clinical associates’ performance and maintain patient clinical records, statistics, reports, and records

Edwards Redeemer, Oklahoma, OK
Director of Nursing Service | Quality Assurance Nurse 2013–Present
Supervise 75-beds, skilled-nursing facility, and apply nursing process and critical thinking skills to streamline processes in nursing care delivery
Develop and install systems to assess, plan, validate, and establish clinical programs, policies, procedures, and forms, while monitoring consistency of clinical systems across clinical units and specialty areas
Maintain active involvement in clinical risk identification, strategy planning, risk mitigation initiatives, as well as restraint, wound, and elopement programs to ensure the delivery of patient’s safety needs indicated in care plan
Guarantee accuracy and completeness of spot checks documents on new admission, patients with changes in condition, patients triggering occurrence investigation, and patients prior discharging
Effectively manage nursing processes through assessment of nursing programs and related services to ensure quality patient care systems
Formulate and implement innovative plans to help meet nursing department goals and objectives and offer keen leadership to clinical nurse and other staff
Key Highlight:
Cooperated with South Care Psychology to offer employee assistant program that would help employees manage work-life challenges that may adversely affect job performance, health, and personal

Frederick Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, MD
Director of Nursing 2010–2012
Served as a liaison to cross-functional teams in resolving conflict and improving rapport necessary to optimize productivity and streamline operations
Handled personnel, analyzed environment, and identified priorities for care to devise plans, and evaluate results of rendered care
Worked closely with staff to create appropriate ideas and plans to improve efficiency and cost reduction initiatives
Organized work schedules and disseminate responsibilities to nursing staff and ensured that each members acquired adequate training in executing duties
Directed respective units while guaranteeing alignment with operational plans and budgets and formalized fall, pressure ulcers, and hospital acquired infection methodologies
Key Highlights:
Established and initiated customer service program through demonstration of excellent hardwiring skill
Drove efforts in creating Skin, Fall, and Pain programs in the hospital setting through collaboration with interdisciplinary committee that implements best-practice, which focuses on priorities and patients’ unique needs

Casa Real, Santa Fe, NM
Director of Nursing – 120 Beds, skilled/dementia nursing facility 2009–2010
Led the designated IDT Clinical Nursing Management Team while overseeing clinical activities within the unit while participating in the creation, evaluation, and initiation of clinical policies and procedures for clinical services
Made sure that nursing administration adhered to the set-forth clinical practices, training programs, and standard operating procedures
Established and maintained ongoing business relationship with customers by developing profitable strategies based on clients’ vision, goals, and results
Supported resolution of customers’ problem and determination of root case and collaborated with IDT Management Team to mitigate similar issues from happening in the future
Handled costs and maintained high efficiency of Clinical Nursing Team without compromising service quality in performing quality assurance initiatives
Closely collaborated with the company vice president, director, and regional nurse to analyze data, call volume, staffing forecast, and labor cost and generate appropriate strategies to optimize customer service and minimize operating costs
Enhanced the quality and effectiveness of nursing-related service through application of applicable laws, rules, regulations, and policies relevant to nursing
Key Highlights:
Reduced employee turnover rate by 75% in less than a year through management of competencies and employee appreciation program/structure
Successfully launched nursing orientation, which reduced vacancy and turnover and increased retention

Manor Care, Oklahoma, OK
Administrative Director of Nursing Service – 116 Beds, Skilled-Nursing Facility 2008–2009
Designed and set up systems to maintain clinical systems’ functionality within and between clinical units and specialty areas
Carried out daily rounds and spot checks to ensure document accuracy on newly admitted patients, patients with changes in condition, and patients ready for discharge
Maintained seamless operation of the Nursing Department within approved budget through effective utilization of corporate and facility financial reports
Directed the promotion of nursing processes by assessing nursing programs and related services provided to guarantee quality patient care systems
Complied with implemented care plans and partook in restraint, fall wound, and elopement programs, as well as risk identification and mitigation and strategy planning to determine and fulfill safety needs of clients and reduce potential problems that may arise
Conceptualized an inventive ideas to successfully achieve corporate goals and objectives

Veterans Hospital, Little Rock, AR
Radiology Registered Nurse 2006–2008
Diagnosed patient health-related issues and risk status to generate nursing care plan, while providing support to other radiology staff
Rendered individualized care by analyzing effectiveness of pain medication and determining significant changes in patient condition
Served as a key resource person to other registered nurse, respiratory therapist, and other health care providers to attain optimal patient outcome
Took part in the development of patient-care-related policies and procedures, and acted as the liaison between Radiology and Nursing units
Engaged patient and family in discharge planning to determine appropriate needs and provide education to further develop their condition; gathered information from previous care provider and recorded patient status and care given

Doctor of Philosophy in Healthcare Administration  University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ | 2016
Nurse Bullying Training, Acute Care Hospital Setting: An Exploratory
Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management  University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ | 2006
Bachelor of Science in Nursing  University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR | 2003

Medication Administration | Program Development | Quality Assurance | Nursing Care Planning
Patient Education and Relations | Risk Analysis and Mitigation | Regulatory Compliance and Implementation
Records Management and Confidentiality | Nursing Informatics

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