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Chief Nurse Executive Resume

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Marge Madsen

2783 Olive Street

Toledo, OH43602



Job Objective Respected Chief Nurse Executive seeks position where my skills would be used for the betterment of the company and its employees.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Strong accomplished experience in nursing and health care administration
  • In-depth knowledge of nursing techniques, procedures and nursing care standards
  • Huge knowledge of hospital operations and planning
  • Sound knowledge of the financial implications of decisions including budgeting and forecasting for all nursing units and projects
  • Exceptional knowledge of state and federal laws and ICF-MR rules, regulations, policy and procedures
  • Effective communications skills with diverse groups, including physicians
  • Ability to maintain productivity and resources within established goals.

Professional Experience:

Chief Nurse Executive

Bay Area Medical Center,Toledo, OH

August 2007 – Present

  • Managed nursing services for patient care delivery.
  • Recruited interdisciplinary teams for nursing care and patient care services.
  • Recommended changes and improved resource-allocation policy adhering to hospital’s objectives.
  • Trained nursing personnel in patient care services and defined areas.
  • Assessed and forecasted trends; developed and implemented policies, managed systems and programs.

Chief Nurse Executive

Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, Toledo, OH

May 2004- July 2007

  • Recommended processes and procedures and ensured patient satisfaction throughout the hospital.
  • Planned and maintained staffing pattern for nursing units.
  • Managed and recruited nursing staff adhering to policies and procedures.
  • Handled budgets and income statement impact.
  • Assured availability of qualified nurses.


Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing

US Army War College, Carlisle, PA

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