EDUCATION
Masters in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, Simmons College,
Boston, MA (Enrolled July 2015 to December 2017), Current GPA: 4.0
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Maine, Orono, ME (December 2011)
University of Maine, Dean’s List (4 terms)

LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Registered Nurse, State of Vermont, Present
Registered Nurse, State of New Hampshire, Present
Healthcare Provider CPR Certification, October 2009 to Present
Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honors Society, February 2017 to Present
Association of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, January 2013 to Present

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
North Country Women’s Health, Newport, VT, January 2017 to March 2017
North Country Pediatrics, Newport, VT, March 2017 to April 2017
North Country Primary Care, Newport, VT, May 2017 to November 2017
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center – Adult Gastroenterology, Lebanon, NH, August 2017

NURSING EXPERIENCE
Registered Nurse, North Country Primary Care, Newport, VT, December 2015 to Present, Per Diem
• Provide nursing care to pediatric patients, as well as adult patients with various health conditions in a rural healthcare setting.
• Complete vital signs, obtain a brief history of patient condition, and report to physician prior to them seeing patient in the clinic.
• Review charts for immunization needs and give appropriate immunizations to patients.
• Perform in-house testing and administer oral, injectable, and topical medications to patients.
• Provide education in regard to medication management, disease process, and follow up needs.
• Assist in suture removals, wound dressing changes, and IUD insertions and removals.
• Coordinate patient care and discuss patient care plan with other specialties.
• Provide discharge education to patients and their families regarding their care plan, diagnosis, and current medications.
• Triage patient phone calls, as well as walk-in patients, and assist in resolving patient concerns/problems.
• Discuss patient care plan with physicians and nurse practitioners and assist in updating patients’ plan of care.

Registered Nurse, Northern Counties Primary Care/Pediatrics, Hardwick, VT, August 2015 to January 2017, Per Diem
• Provide nursing care to pediatric patients, as well as adult patients with various health conditions.
• Provided nursing care to rural populations including migrant workers.
• Complete vital signs, obtain a brief history of patient condition, and report to physician prior to them seeing patient in the clinic.
• Review charts for immunization needs and give appropriate immunizations to patients.
• Perform in-house testing and administer oral, injectable, and topical medications to patients.
• Provide education in regard to medication management, disease process, and follow up needs.
• Assist in suture removals, wound dressing changes, and IUD insertions and removals.
• Coordinate patient care and discuss patient care plan with other specialties.
• Provide discharge education to patients and their families regarding their care plan, diagnosis, and current medications.
• Triage patient phone calls, as well as walk-in patients, and assist in resolving patient concerns/problems.
• Discuss patient care plan with physicians and nurse practitioners and assist in updating patients’ plan of care.

Registered Nurse, Pediatric Gastroenterology, University of Maryland, Baltimore MD, January 2013 to December 2014
• Provide nursing care to pediatric patient age’s newborn to 22 years of age with various gastrointestinal diagnoses.
• Provide nursing care to patients with Celiac disease including pediatrics and adults, working closely with the physicians and dietician.
• Coordinate care in Eosinophilic Gastro-Disorder Clinic between the allergy physician, the gastroenterology physician, and dietician.
• Provide discharge education to patients and their families regarding their care plan, diagnosis, and current medications.
• Perform gastrostomy tube care and educate patients family on proper gastrostomy tube care.
• Review lab results and radiology reports with physicians, and patients and their families.
• Educate patients and their families about endoscopies, colonoscopies, liver biopsies, ph probes, and anorectal manometries performed by the physicians in the clinic.
• Insert nasogastric tubes for patients who require enteral feedings.

Previous Nursing Experience Also Includes:
Post-Anesthesia Care Unit, North Country Hospital, Newport, VT, February 2015 to December 2015
Progressive Care Unit, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, September 2012 to January 2013
Telemetry Unit, Harbor Hospital, Baltimore, MD, April 2012 to September 2012