Nurse Anesthetist Resume

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Tamela Allison

1752 State Street

Detroit, MI 48204

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Job Objective Extremely motivated Nurse Anesthetist looking for an opportunity to help the advancement of the physicians and to offer contributions to the medical practice.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) with experience in critical and intensive care
  • Deep knowledge of anesthesiology principles, techniques, and procedures
  • Sound knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, and concepts of disease
  • Outstanding knowledge of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Skilled in providing effective anesthesiology services
  • Outstanding ability to mix and put together the appropriate concentration
  • Ability to instill confidence in patients
  • Ability to evaluate health problems, and making recommendations based on observations
  • Amazing ability to collect and organize information, identify problems and trends, and formulate and implement corrective plans

Work Experience:

Nurse Anesthetist, August 2005 – Present

Promise Healthcare, Detroit, MI

  • Ensured patients received appropriate levels of important drugs before surgeries and other procedures.
  • Administered the amount of the drug and the speed throughout the surgery.
  • Assessed the patient’s medical history and its affect to the patient’s response to anesthesia.
  • Counseled patient in stressful scenario.
  • Monitored vital signs of the patient during surgery progress.
  • Reported unusual signs immediately to surgeon and doctor.

Nurse Anesthetist, May 2000 – July 2005

XLHealth, Detroit, MI

  • Identified the patient’s pain management needs prior to surgery.
  • Educated the patient about the process to be used.
  • Monitored the patient’s response during and after anesthesia.
  • Responded with emergency measures if the patient reacted badly to anesthesia.
  • Documented and maintained records of the medications given and the patient’s response.
  • Provided pain relief for women in labor.
  • Assisted in the resuscitation of critically ill and severely traumatized patients.

Education

B.S in Allied Health Science, Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA

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