Nurses work in hospitals, private clinics and even in a personal capacity.
They administer medication, monitor patient progress and provide personal care and emotional support.
They are required to establish a plan of care after assessing patients so that they can work through the whole rigmarole with them.
An entry-level nurse will be a certified nurse but will most probably learn the day to day tasks while on the job.
If you have just finished your nursing certification and are in the process of looking for a job, this resume might help you.
Entry Level Nurse Resume No Experience
7018 Lindsey Lane, Guntersville, AL 99000
wilma @ email . com
Seeking a Registered Nurse position at Guntersville National Hospital.
- Well-versed in assisting practitioners with examinations and procedures
- Skilled in obtaining and maintaining patient intravenous access
- In-depth knowledge of modern nursing procedures and practices
- Complete understanding of document retrieval and record keeping
- Demonstrated ability to work in stressful situations
- Thorough understanding of complex medical procedures
Bachelor of Science in Nursing – 2018
Guntersville City University, Guntersville, AL
- Life Span Development
- Health Assessment
- Therapeutic Communication
- Pharmacology for Nurses
- Cultural Competence in Health Care
- Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
Alabama RN licensure – Current
BLS – 2012
CNA – 2013
Certified Nursing Assistant
Guntersville Public Hospital, Guntersville, AL (Aug 2014 – May 2017)
- Assisted nurses and physicians in delivering overall care to patients
- Helped assigned residents with activities of daily living
- Promoted resident-centered care
- Ensured that the residents were treated with dignity and respect.
- Assisted residents with bathing, personal grooming, dressing, and eating.
- Accurately obtained and recorded vital signs and other resident data
- Collected specimens for laboratory use
Sava Senior Health, Guntersville, AL (Mar 2013 – Aug 2014)
- Worked towards providing personal care of the elderly, right after obtaining RN licensure
- Observed and reported changes in the resident’s condition or behavior to the supervisor
- Exceptional communication skills in English and Spanish
- Strong interpersonal and time management skills
- Excellent command on medical terminology
- Detail oriented with the ability to multitask