Trauma Nurse Resume

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Career Objective:

To work as a trauma nurse in an emergency room of a hospital where I can help trauma victims with my assessment and nursing care skills and help them survive the unfortunate happening befallen on them.

Summary of Skills:

  • Skilled in assessing patient’s conditions afflicted with trauma
  • Ability to prioritize and handle multiple patients at a time
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Experience in stabilizing patients with immediate care
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure and work independently
  • Bears good stamina to stand and work for long hours
  • Skilled in supporting patients and families mentally and emotionally

Work Experience:

Trauma Nurse
HTA Medical Center, Mt. Morris, PA
October 2012 – Present

  • Assess, evaluate, and plan nursing care needs of trauma patients
  • Stabilize patients by administering IVs, fluids, medications, etc. as required
  • Provide comfort and prepare patient for surgery procedures
  • Monitor vital signs and call in doctors for further help
  • Carry out physicians and surgeons orders
  • Stop bleeding, clean wounds, and apply dressings
  • Assist physicians in activities performed for saving patients’ lives

Trauma Nurse
Cell Health Care Center, Mt Morris, PA
March 2010 – September 2012

  • Performed immediate and appropriate assessment on patients and provided necessary care
  • Coordinated nursing care in the emergency room with the healthcare team
  • Collected blood and urine specimens and ordered laboratory tests
  • Monitored, recorded, and communication patient’s vital signs to physicians
  • Provided nursing care according to the patients age
  • Assisted patients and families in overcoming emotional stress
  • Placed patients on ventilators as required and perform ECG

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
    ABC Nursing School, Mt Morris, PA
    2009
  • Certification in Basic Life Support
    American Nurse Association, Mt Morris, PA
    2010

Reference:

On request.

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