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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Country of Citizenship: United States

Position Title:  Nurse (Clinical/Ambulatory), U.S. Army Medical Command Primary Care Clinic, Carl Darnall Army Medical Center, Primary Care, Home A, Fort Hood, TX




Core Competencies


Behavioral Health Care Facilitation, Telephone/Clinical Triaging, Health Family Interaction Support, Family Counseling, Early Intervention, Supportive Case Management Care Plan Development, Service Evaluation, Pre-/Post-Case Assessment, Problem Resolution, Local Service Referral, Multidisciplinary Treatment of Depression, PTSD, Anxiety Disorders, Psychosocial Assessment, Cultural Practice Differentiation, Patient/Staff Education, Behavioral Health Risk Appraisal, Chart Review, Trend Identification, Corrective Action Reporting, Medical Specialties: medical/surgical/gynecological/pediatric/psychiatric,


Registered Nurse, Certified Lactation Counselor/Certified Infant Massage Instructor


Active Duty Military Service, 1983-1987

Honorable Discharge




Professional Experience


November 2012 - Present

IMCOM, ACS/FAP/New Parent Support Program

Fort Hood, TX

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $65,170 Annually

Series: 0610 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11

Supervisor: Melissa Scheller Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact: N/A

Nurse Specialist - Home Visitor


In this multi-faceted assignment as a Registered Nurse, serve as a Home Visitor, Certified Lactation Counselor and Certified Infant Massage Instructor at various times while providing in-home visitation and counseling that focuses on promoting healthy family interaction, enhancing parenting skills and reducing maltreatment within military households. Continually provide confidential/effective/intensive early intervention for expectant/new parents considered to be at risk ; utilize multiple psychosocial assessment techniques, including identifying different cultural practices/norms and abilities of involved individuals to cooperate, be supportive, and employ appropriate coping mechanisms.

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Expertly perform case management, family health/family planning counseling, client/family advocacy and other relevant consultation to assure provision of broad range of support/services for military families. Continually utilize knowledge of other nursing specialties, i.e. medical/surgical/OB-GYN/pediatric/psychiatric, when assessing healthcare and psychosocial needs of active duty troops/families/retirees.


Develop pre-/post-case assessments and care plans, document client progress, interface with local healthcare service providers/Army organizations/civilian agencies to develop interdisciplinary approach, and evaluate effectiveness/appropriateness of provided services. Skillfully resolve problems/issues in alignment with acceptable problem solving methodologies to provide support/intervention services for NPSP families, including Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention, early prenatal education and small/large group training.


Provide exceptional in-home lactation support covering array of issues; services include assessment of mother/infant histories, use of appropriate interventions/therapies and lactation education. Oversaw weekly support group January-June 2014 that provided professional as well as peer-to-peer interface, education and support.


Also, in home setting, taught on proper infant massage techniques that encourage parent-child bonding and reduce child maltreatment incidents. Serve as program Lead for weekly organized play activities for 60-100 families; plan activities that support creative play by young children and the development of fine/gross motor skills. Design craft activities that promote involvement by parents with their children in addition to helping with developing imagination/creativity in each child; continually facilitate activities/events that support healthy family development.



November 2008 November 2012

Strategic Resources Incorporated

McLean, VA / Fort Hood, TX

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $54,700 Annually

Supervisor: Lori Worley Phone: 703.749.3040 May Contact: N/A

Registered Nurse / Home Visitor / Certified Lactation Counselor


As a Nurse Specialist for a home-based New Parent Support Program, provided nursing/case management for array of patients, particularly at-risk expectant/new parents, focusing on reducing child/family maltreatment; also provided family health counseling, education, family planning information, client/family advocacy and consultation. Continually employed knowledge of various nursing specialties, and assessed healthcare/psychosocial needs of military members/families/retirees; developed recommendations for accessing various local healthcare/social services and resources.


Developed/maintained case management and client/case progress documentation including data, outcome measures and statistical analysis, as delineated in accreditation standards. Continually employed appropriate problem-resolution techniques to provide early childhood intervention services for NPSP families through in-home visits, Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention education and prenatal instruction for military families; gained CPR certification.

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Provided in-home lactation support as a Certified Lactation Counselor, assisting new mothers with variety of related issues; services included developing assessments of mother/infant histories, providing any needed interventions/therapies and lactation education. Additionally, oversaw weekly lactation support group and held staff assignments providing professional and peer-to-peer education and support for the military community.



June 2007 November 208

Scott & White Medical Center

Temple, TX

Hours Worked per Week: 36

Salary: $21.07/Hour

Supervisor: Robin Cook Phone: 254.724.2230 May Contact: N/A

Staff Nurse II


As Staff Nurse for Labor and Delivery/ante-partum and post-partum patients, provided professional nursing care for maternal/gynecological/neonatal patients utilizing approved nursing concepts/techniques/practices. Skillfully performed triage actions to gain needed information and assess healthcare needs of patients, both in clinical setting and via telephone. Employed accepted evaluative protocols and directed patients to appropriate care areas, including involving other needed healthcare or support agencies. Regularly displayed knowledge of using/maintaining sterile and aseptic techniques, phlebotomy techniques and patient monitoring/assessment.


Assisted during pre-surgery, surgery and post-surgery periods, set up needed equipment/instruments, prepared patients for examinations, and assisted healthcare providers during examinations and other procedures while monitoring physical/emotional levels of patients during and after procedures.


Developed/maintained in-depth knowledge of various pharmaceutical products/drugs including effects, possible complications, contraindications, and normal use and dosage levels. Also served as Charge Nurse on post-partum unit as needed, skillfully meeting responsibilities for analyzing data, setting priorities, scheduling nursing assignments and ensuring achieving/maintenance of appropriate nurse-to-patient ratios. Personally provided patient care and directed care from ancillary staff; utilized nursing knowledge and expertise to properly assist physicians, recognize any adverse reactions and assist with any needed emergency interventions; was CPR certified.



June 1999 February 2000

Abilene Regional Medical Center

Abilene, TX

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $9.00/Hour

Supervisor: Jay Hand Phone: 325.677.0616 May Contact: N/A

Pharmacy Technician

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In this assignment prepared intravenous admixtures; skillfully utilized aseptic techniques, filled unit dose carts and entered medication orders into computer system. Consistently demonstrated strong knowledge of pharmaceutical/emergency drugs including desired effects, complications, contraindications and normal use/dosages.



March 1999 June 1999

Sun Pharmacy

Largo, FL

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $10.00/Hour

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Pharmacy Technician


Skillfully uploaded medication orders for state-wide nursing homes into computer system.



April 1997 March 1999

Waste Energy Technology

Fort Walton Beach, FL

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $7.50/Hour

Supervisor: Jim Getting Phone: 850.243.0033 May Contact: N/A

Project Secretary


Expertly utilized organizational computer system to organize project data for presentation to clients at end of individual jobs: compiled information concerning work performed and which products were used including product specifications and any applicable warranties. Continually interfaced with vendors to obtain product information and shipping costs; compiled project bids and ensured timely arrival of all contracted products/services at prospective job sites.



May 1995 December 1996

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital

Fairbanks, AK

Hours Worked per Week: 32

Salary: $12.50/Hour

Supervisor: Chris Donat Phone: 907.452.8181 May Contact: N/A

Pharmacy Technician


Held comprehensive responsibilities for entering orders into system, utilizing aseptic techniques for preparing intravenous admixtures and unit dose carts for dispensing medications to patients in various hospital departments; also provided medication to patients at outpatient window and continually demonstrated knowledge of pharmaceuticals/emergency drugs and their desired effects, complications and contraindications as well as normal use and dosages.



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October 1993 March 1995

University of New Mexico Hospital

Albuquerque, NM

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $9.00/Hour

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Pharmacy Technician


Carefully prepared unit dose carts and IV admixtures with medications needed for dispensing in various hospital units; consistently demonstrated strong knowledge of emergency drugs and other pharmaceuticals, their desired effect(s), any known complications and contraindications and normal uses/dosages. In the home health pharmacy, provided medications to home-bound patients utilizing POV. Served in liaison role between healthcare professionals and patients, and, based on observations in the home, provided important referrals to appropriate agencies for needed services.



August 1993 February 1994

Highland Pharmacy

Albuquerque, NM

Hours Worked per Week: 40

Salary: $7.00/Hour

Supervisor: Tracy Phone: 505.243.377 May Contact: N/A

Pharmacy Technician


Was responsible for preparing unit dose medications for shipment to state-wide nursing home facilities.



September 1990 July 1993

Kirtland Air Force Base

Albuquerque, NM

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: $19,200 Annually

Pay Grade: GS-5

Supervisor: Kyle Dudley Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Pharmacy Technician


In this part-time assignment, proficiently entered medication orders into pharmacy computer; prepared/dispensed outpatient prescriptions for the military community.



November 1988 June 1990

Landstuhl ARMC

Kaiserslautern, Armed Forces Overseas, Germany

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: $19,200 Annually

Pay Grade: GS-01-5

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Supervisor: Charles Harvey Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Pharmacy Vault Technician


Provided strong oversight and management of controlled substances and continually assured accurate stock level accounting, performing QA inspections to assure compliance with all safeguarding measures, while providing the medications to various hospital units. Also managed Controlled Substance Abuse Program and reported directly to hospital Commander.



April 1983 February 1987

U.S. Air Force

Mesa, AZ

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: $$8.50/Hour

Pay Grade: AD-E-4

Supervisor: Tony Sapp Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Pharmacy Specialist E-4


Taskings included preparing IV admixtures/unit dose medications for dispensing to hospital unit, inputting/tracking/filling patient prescriptions, overseeing refill program, supervising Red Cross volunteer assignments and diligently managing controlled substance vault including performing regular stock accounting activities.






Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing, McMurry University, Abilene, TX

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), 2007


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A


Cisco Junior College, Summer 2005

General Studies


Okaloosa-Walton Community College, 1997-1998

General Studies


University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1995-1996

General Studies


Albuquerque TVI Community College, 1991-1992

General Studies


The University of New Mexico, Fall 1990

General Studies

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Central Arizona College, Fall 1986

General Studies


Rio Salado Community College Fall 1985

General Studies


Community College of the Air Force, Spring 1983

General Studies


Clark College, 1982-1983

General Studies



Specialized Training / Certifications / Licensure


HIPAA & Privacy Act Training March 2017

SWANK Nursing Orientation training March 2017

CRDAMC New Employee Orientation training March 28, 2017

CRDAMC Nursing Orientation training March 30, 2017

Period of Purple Crying Training May 2015 & June 2016

Civilian Foundation Course February 2013

Civilian Intermediate Course

Safe Technology for Survivors & Advocates September 2012

Family Violence & Stalking September 2012

Empowerment based advocacy September 2012

Scream Free Parenting Training December 2011

Child Abuse Identification and Prevention with Dr. Hardy April 2010

Safe Sleep Training July 2010

ACS Instructor Training July 2010 Duty to Care Workshop January 2009, May 2010

Suicide Prevention Training May 2009, April 2010

Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention Training December 2008

Domestic Violence Training January 2009

Child Abuse Prevention January 2009

Child Abuse Detection/Prevention Sgt. Bill Davis March 2009

Pediatric Forensic Nursing In-service April 2009

Texas Shaken Baby Alliance Workshop April 2009

Customer Service Training August 2009

Healthcare Law & Ethics October 2009



Basic Life Support Provider (BLS), March 2017

Certified Educator of Infant Massage (CEIM), November 2015

State of Texas Registered Nurse, July 2009

Certified Lactation Counselor ALPP-23531

The Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice, December 2009

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