Hemodialysis Nurse Resume Sample

Updated on June 18, 2018

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Hemodialysis Nurse Resume Example

 

 

Maria Nelson
566 Henn Road, Cary, NC 69021
(000) 999-9999
[Email]


HEMODIALYSIS NURSE

SUMMARY
Exceptionally skilled hemodialysis nurse, with over 6 years of experience of assisting patients to navigate the hemodialysis process. Demonstrated ability to coordinate patient care through the continuum, and facilitate the achievement of optimal outcomes.

• Solid track record of overseeing the planning, coordination, and evaluation of nursing care delivery.
• Proven ability to perform nursing assessments, of patients of all age groups.
• Deeply familiar with performing patient check-in, triage, telehealth, and screening for a variety of treatments and diagnostic tasks.
• Well-versed in conducting both individualized and family counseling and education.

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES

• Patient Care• Assessment• Check-in
• Patient Education• Diagnostics• Patient Advocacy
• Complex Care• Nephrology Care• Treatment Planning
• Monitoring• Emergency Response• Vitals Recording

SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS
• Simultaneously provided nursing care to 6 patients, on a particularly busy day at the dialysis unit.
• Saved the life of a patient, by recognizing early signs of cardiac issues during the dialysis process, and taking immediate action.
• Implemented a novel patient monitoring system, which proved to be 50% more efficient than the one already being followed.
• Successfully implemented a patient advocacy plan, resulting in increased patient (and family) comfort.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Hemodialysis Nurse
DaVita Hospital, Cary, NC                                        2012-present
• Look through patients’ charts to determine their specific conditions, and implemented treatment plans.
• Engage patients in conversation to make them feel comfortable with the process of dialysis.
• Provide heads-up and education to patients, in order to keep their fears and concerns at bay.
• Check and record patients’ vitals such as blood pressure, temperature, and pulse, prior to the beginning of each process.
• Oversee the dialysis process, ensuring assigned patients’ comfort throughout the procedure.
• Note patients’ responses during the hemodialysis procedures, and provide assistance to make them comfortable.
• Prime dialyzers and bloodlines, and ready dialysis equipment for each round.
• Adjust specialized equipment used on patients, to ensure correct delivery of the procedure.

Registered Nurse
CVS Health, Cary, SC                                              2007-2012
• Provided direct patient care, such as assistance with mobility and feeding.
• Checked patients’ care plans, and ensured that they were being followed through.
• Assisted patients and their families in understanding their conditions, and positively dealing with them.
• Administered medication by mouth, and through IVs, by following set treatment plans.
• Checked patients’ vitals such as blood pressure, pulse, and temperature, and recorded them accurately.

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Cary Nursing School, Cary, NC                               2006




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