|Peacehealth St. Joseph Medical Center
Labor & Delivery, Antepartum, Postpartum, Triage, Special Care Nursery, and Charge Nurse experience. Assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care needs. Document patient care in the healthcare record according to established standards. Direct and delegate care to other team members in accordance with their education, credentials, and demonstrated competence. Ensures own professional effectiveness through education and professional development.
Created and implemented system for managing High-Risk OB patients in a five-physician practice. Developed antepartum testing protocols and basic policies and procedures. Managed hypertensive and diabetic patients and arranged tertiary care referrals. Coordinated weekly care conferences with physicians.
|Nov 2007-May 2012|
|Mt. Baker Family Medicine
Performed all aspects of office nursing including rooming patients, administering medications, and assisting in minor procedures focused on women and children.
|Nov 2000-Oct 2002|
|M.S.N. – Western Governors University||June 2020|
|A.A. – Whatcom Community College||June 1997|
|A.A.S. Nursing – Skagit Valley Community College||June 2002|
|L.N.C. – American Association of Legal Nurse Consulting||January 2015|
|CPR- American Red Cross||2000-present|
|Electronic Fetal Monitoring Certification – AWHONN||2003-present|
|Neonatal Rescusitation Program||2003-present|
|Certification in Inpatient Obstetrics-NCC||2009-present|
|Professional Development Council Co-Chair/Member||2017-2019|
|Washington State Nurses Association||2002-present|
|National Certification Corporation||2009-present|
|American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants||2014-present|
|Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses||2016-present|
|Peacehealth Shared Governance Council||2017-2020|
|The DAISY Foundation Award||October 2018|
|PeaceHealth Nurse Excellence Award “Nurse as Leader”||2019|