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g, and direct daily operations for medical personnel within the hospital and emergency medical services industries. A proven track record of executing quality improvement projects, improving customer and employee satisfaction, and increasing financial growth within healthcare organizations that met and exceeded expectations. This exceptional candidate possess operational as well as clinical expertise in nursing and healthcare administration. Candidate has been a nurse with a 355 facility in the areas of ER 3 Trauma, ICU, Oncology, Med Surg, Recovery Room, Paramedic, Cath lab, charge nurse, hearts, head injuries, multi-trauma patients, and other critically ill patients. 5 years as a charge nurse/RN, and 3 years Administrative Director of Nursing - Oncology and Skilled Nursing Units. Education include Master in Health Administration. Managed multi-million dollar budget efficiently and effectively with revenue increases up to 20% through careful financial planning and operations management. He has Increased employee and patient satisfaction within one year of accepting current director’s position, In addition to, developing a more efficient staffing matrix reducing need for reactive scheduling and improving employee satisfaction.
Experience 167 bed facility in a large health System-Tx 2005-Present
Administrative Director of Nursing - Oncology and Skilled Nursing Units
Managed annual budget of $6.2 million with positive growth of revenues annually.
Successfully managed up to 133 full time nursing and auxiliary staff.
Decreased turnover by half within one year - 10% turnover in 2007.
Served on multiple hospital committees with physicians in all specialties.
Administrative Director of Nursing - Director of Intensive Care and Cath Lab Units
(Interim, July 2007-April 2008)
Interim Director while continuing to be Director of the Oncology and Skilled Nursing units.
25 bed ICU with open hearts, head injuries, and multi-trauma patients.
The Cath Lab performs approximately 40 procedures per week.
Infection Control Practitioner / Employee Health Nurse.
Developed and wrote the infection control and Employee Health policy and procedure manual for Regional Medical Center.
Investigated hospital acquired infections and assisted physicians with treatment protocols.
355 Bed Facility in a Large Health System-Tx 2002-2005
Registered Nurse – Intensive Care Unit
Registered Staff and Charge Nurse of a 25-bed ICU, working with open hearts, head injuries, multi-trauma patients, and other critically ill patients.
167 bed facility in a large health System-Tx 2000-2002
Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse – Trauma Center
Charge Nurse of a 14 bed Level 3 Trauma Center.
Registered Nurse – Intensive Care Unit and Recovery Room.
County EMS-Tx 1997-2001
Owner – County EMS Director – RN/Paramedic
Increased emergency calls and hospital to hospital transfers 180% from 1997 to 2000. Increased revenues from $62,000 in 1997 to $114,000 in 2000.
Started EMS training course in 1998 with 11 students receiving certifications by 2000 and increasing workforce.
Developed and implemented county emergency disaster plan.
Master in Health Administration (3.6 GPA) May 2008
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (3.5 GPA) May 2006
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX
Associate Degree in Nursing May 1997
Eastern New Mexico University, Roswell, NM
Computer Science - Mathematics 1987 – 1992
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
Professional Licensure & Organization
· Registered Nurse, June 1997 to present – Board of Nurse Examiners & Texas Board of Nurse Examiners
· American College of Healthcare Executives – 2007 to present
· Member Texas Nurses Association.
· Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified.
· Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology – 2005 to present.
· Rotary Club – 2007 to present
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nstructions. A perforated colon, bleeding and infection or possibly death shouldn't dissuade him from saving all the money he'd pay a Gastroenterologist and hospital for their services. An intelligent and wise person knows that they have limits on their abilities and they seek help when needed. I wonder how many thousands or millions of dollars of new business the candidate would have brought the company with his talents? I'd have to call that VP back and finish the discussion - after I'd placed the Candidate. I'd either turn him around and get his business or I'd leave him with a gnawing headache.
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BillLeslie Wilcox Hughes said:
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I wonder if the VP does his own colonoscopy? Used equipment is probably available on Craig's List along with instructions. A perforated colon, bleeding and infection or possibly death shouldn't dissuade him from saving all the money he'd pay a Gastroenterologist and hospital for their services. An intelligent and wise person knows that they have limits on their abilities and they seek help when needed. I wonder how many thousands or millions of dollars of new business the candidate would have brought the company with his talents? I'd have to call that VP back and finish the discussion - after I'd placed the Candidate. I'd either turn him around and get his business or I'd leave him with a gnawing headache.