Nurse managers are important members of the medical profession. They are the main communicator between doctors and their patients and perform numerous tasks involving patient care, sanitation, disease prevention, and treatment. Nurse managers regularly monitor patients and evaluate their conditions, thus serve as one of the first persons to make important observations about changes in the patients’ conditions. In such cases, nurse managers immediately inform attending physicians and give them a thorough briefing about the patient’s condition. Nurse managers also give training to nurse practitioners who may be involved in varying fields such as psychiatry and critical care.
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Croxteth Drive, Liverpool
Merseyside, L18 3AN
Results-oriented and passionate professional is seeking a job as a nurse manager in a workplace that offers opportunities for career growth and challenging work experience.
Summary of Qualification
- With three years of experience working as a nurse manager and ten years of experience as a nurse practitioner.
- Registered nurse and possess relevant certification.
- Passionate about helping heal the sick and treat those who are ill.
- Highly knowledgeable of standards and rules in patient care and sanitation.
- Capable of training nurses in the field of critical care.
Career Experience/Job History
2007 – present: Nurse Manager, London Hospital
- Supervise nurses in conducting their daily functions which include performing daily rounds of patients to monitor their vital signs and give their medication.
- Educate and give training to nurses about proper patient care and more complex and specialized treatments.
- Coordinate closely with patients and their attending physicians to ensure meticulous updating of medical condition and status of treatments.
2002 – 2006: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Liverpool University
Professional reference will be furnished upon request.