Sample Resume for Fresh Graduate Nurse

A well formatted resume is important to get a nursing job because nursing profession is top of the job expansion charts for approximately a decade therefore the competition is high. The population of the world is increasing rapidly and need of healthcare professionals is increasing accordingly.

The two most common kinds of nurses in the USA and Canada are the Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and Registered Nurses (RN). Despite of nursing career you are going to pursue, there are a lot of skills you will require to be able to handle the tasks as a nurse. And putting these skills on your resume is another difficult task.

The following resume sample for a fresh graduate nurse will help you make your resume.



Fresh Graduate Nurse Resume Sample



Cathy Amor

14 Alexander Ave | New Jersey, NJ 25101 | (000) 458-4521 | Email

Registered Nurse

Strongly motivated and knowledgeable RN with a brilliant academic record. Solid track record of utilizing relevant nursing processes to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient care. Dedicated to provide exceptional patient care, compassion, and professionalism to manage patients’ medical and emotional care.

• Highly skilled in operating and monitoring medical equipment and apparatus
• Working knowledge of assisting physicians’ in surgery and other medical procedures
• Able to manage medications and treatments as prescribed by a physician or in keeping with policies and protocols
• Adept at assessing patients to recognize correct nursing interventions
• Competent at monitoring, assessing, addressing document and report symptoms and changes in patients conditions
• Excellent Computer and MS Word Skills

STATE UNIVERSITY, New Jersey, NJ | 2015
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

SOME COLLEGE, New Jersey, NJ | 2011
Diploma in Midwifery

• Registered Nurse (RN), PRC License # 0571023
• Midwifery, PRC License # 0141767


GENERAL HOSPITAL, STATE UNIVERSITY, New Jersey, NJ | Sep 2014 – May 2015
Volunteer Nurse

• Assessed signs, symptoms and changes in the patient’s condition
• Collected, analyzed, and interpreted data from health care members
• Documented nursing diagnoses
• Identified and prioritized actions upon patient care requirements
• Maintained a secure, comfortable and therapeutic environment


• Basic Life Support (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) – August 2012

• Regular I.V. Training Program – Oct 2011

• Massage Therapy NC II – Dec 2010

• Pediatric Assessment IMCI Approach – Feb 2014
ECG Interpretation, Arterial Blood Gases Interpretation

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