155 Summer St.
Jobville NSW 2000
Dedicated registered nurse (RN) with specialty experience in psychiatric/mental
health nursing. Developed strong psychiatric-evaluation and treatment-planning
skills through recent internship at Pennsylvania Department of Corrections.
Knowledge of psychotropic medication administration, management and training.
Reliable, ethical healthcare provider with ability to stay calm and intervene during
crises, facilitate groups and educational seminars, and collaborate on
multidisciplinary teams. Proven ability to build positive relationships with patients,
family members, physicians and other medical professionals.
11/2008 – 5/2009, Jobville Department of Corrections, JobVille NSW
Served as RN at hospital located within maximum-security correctional facility
housing approximately 3,500 inmates. Assigned to the mental health crisis unit and
played a key role on interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, RNs, social workers and
corrections officers. Actively participated in development and implementation of
individual treatment plans for patients with broad range of mental health issues.
Ensured that doctors’ orders were effectively carried out, including testing, medical
procedures, consultations and stat orders for five-point restraint.
Selected as one of only seven student nurses to be admitted into
internship program after rigorous selection process.
Helped refine unit policies and procedures in the areas of suicide-watch
procedures, safety methods, discharge planning and documentation.
Responded to numerous volatile situations and violent outbreaks, earning
the respect of physicians and coworkers for calm, levelheaded and quick
thinking to restore the safety and security of patients and staff.
Completed training in team building, management of assaultive behaviors
and psychotropic-medication administration.
Student Nurse / Clinical Rotations
9/2007 – 9/2008, JobVille Hospital, Jobville, NSW
Worked under the supervision of an RN providing bedside care, treatment and
clinical documentation for patients on cardiac, oncology and medical-surgical floors.
Handled medication administration, dressing changes, IVs and all other aspects of
nursing care. Facilitated admissions, discharges and transfers; prepared chart
notes and other documentation; and participated on interdisciplinary team.
Treated an average of 16 patients daily (100 percent above average
student caseload). Gained experience in procedures such as cryotherapy
and trigger-point injections.
Presented in-service training on ethics concerning elderly atrial fibrillation
Earned a reputation for excellence in service delivery. Supervisor
comments: “Marcy will be an outstanding RN. She has excellent
interpersonal skills and readily establishes rapport with diverse patient
population…her clinical skills are impressive…Marcy would be an asset to
any nursing team.”