Nurse RN Resume

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Career Objective:

I am an experienced registered nurse seeking a position within a reputed medical health center.

Summary of qualifications

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Knowledge of health care organizations
  • Knowledge of computer software
  • Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services
  • Knowledge of human behavior and performance
  • Ability to create a positive working environment that uplifts patient’s spirits


Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Texas University, 1993


  • Current Texas Registered Nurse (RN) License
  • Current Texas Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) License

Nursing Experience:
Registered Nurse (RN), 1998-2001

Adventist Health System- Fort Worth, TX


  • Responsible for the complete nursing process for both adult and pediatrics patients
  • Managed and directed nursing care activities during the patients hospital stay
  • Identified short and long term goals based on patient care needs
  • Provided and documented nursing interventions based on assessed patient needs, and plan of care
  • Collaborated with appropriate health team members for coordination of daily plan of care for assigned patients
  • Involved the family when providing care and in decision-making as appropriate
  • Documented the effectiveness of nursing care and modified plan of care as patient progresses toward expected outcomes

Registered Nurse (RN), 1994-1997

Heritage Gardens Healthcare Center – Carrollton, TX


  • Observed, assessed, and recorded symptoms, reactions, and progress
  • Assisted physicians during treatments and examinations
  • Develop and managed nursing care plans
  • Administered medications and assisted in convalescence and rehabilitation
  • Instructed patients and their families in proper care
  • Helped individuals and groups take steps to improve or maintain their health
  • Provided practice management support and patient education
  • Acted as a clinical resource to support staff
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