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Jennifer Anne Moore

                                                                                 2729 E. 19th St

                                                                             Tucson, AZ 85716





Objective:  To attain a position that utilizes my advanced patient assessment and monitoring skills.


Employment History:

 St. Joseph’s Hospital

Special Procedures Area Nurse 3/2011-Present.  Managed care of patients before and after heart catheterizations, image-guided biopsies, and interventional radiological procedures.  Performs moderate sedation for patients during cardioversion and transesophageal echocardiograms.  Recovers patients after procedures using extensive assessment and monitoring skills.

 Intravenous Therapy Nurse 9/2009-3/2011  Managed care of outpatient infusion patients.  Started difficult IVs throughout the hospital with use of ultrasound throughout the departments of the hospital.  Certified and competent PICC nurse.  Worked with autonomy to contribute productivity in department.  Taught educational IV and central line maintenance courses to student groups. 


Altruistix Nursing Services

Home Health Care Nurse.  6/2009 – 3/2010.  Managed care of several patients with new diagnoses requiring intravenous infusion therapies or central line infusions.  Provided wound care and skilled nursing visits to patients recently discharged from the acute care setting.  Contacted physicians for orders and followed protocol per physician orders.  Maintained detailed charting and patient histories in compliance with mandates.  Explained procedures and educated patients on newly diagnosed conditions and treatments.  Sought care through the interdisciplinary team when necessary.  Provided intravenous antibiotics, methylprednisone, factor viii replacement, immunoglobulin treatments, blood products and other infusions as ordered. 


Mayo Clinic Hospital

 Cardiovascular Progressive Care/Telemetry Unit, 8/2007 - Present

Served as a staff nurse on a 36 bed unit working with a multidisciplinary team to formulate and administer treatment plans, administer medications, IV’s, evaluate outcomes, interpret diagnostic data, resuscitate patients, and document care in computerized charting. Educated patient and family about treatments and provisions. Provided support, education and facilitation for patients to meet goals. Utilized assessment, communication, leadership, and critical thinking skills while acting in a flexible, adaptive and self-motivated manner; willing to accept a variety of patient care assignments. Delegated tasks to patient care personnel (CNA) and oversee their performance. Possesses effective interpersonal skills are important to interface with all levels of hospital staff, patients, families, and other contacts.  Worked on subcommittee to transform care at the bedside and implemented evidenced-based practice to provide innovative nursing practice changes.  Served as a nursing preceptor with advanced training to educate and integrate new graduate nurses to the floor.
The patient population includes care of:

·       Post valve repair and replacement

·       Coronary artery bypass graft

·       Continuous arrhythmia monitoring and recognition

·       Post-operative stent placement

·       Post-pacemaker

·       Chest pain, rule out Myocardial infarction

·       Ventricular Assistive Devices

·       Total Artificial Hearts

·       Monitoring of Central Venous Pressures

·       Swan-Ganz Catheters, stents, pre and post-operative heart transplant patients

·       Ultra filtration

·       Congestive heart failure


Paradise Valley Hospital, Telemetry and Progressive Care Unit, 5/2007-7/2007

 Worked as a staff nurse on a 20+ telemetry monitored floor.  Planned care for four to five patients.  Monitored arrhythmias and provided interventions for patients with acute and chronic disease processes.  Worked with social workers, ancillary staff, and patient’s families to coordinate care based on patient’s needs.


Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, 2/2007-4/2007

Worked as a new graduate nurse in the critical care environment.  Managed care of 1-2 acutely ill children.  Monitored and provided care for patients.  Worked as a member of the integrated health team and developed a skill set necessary to care for a very specialized patient population.



Bridge to Master’s of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner Certification 6/2013. Sigma Theta Tau induction, current 4.0 grade point average. 


Associate Degree in Nursing: International Institute of the Americas 2/2007President of National Student Nurses Associate, Ethel Bauer School of Nursing ChapterRepresented the school at National Student Nurses Association Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. 


Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Psychology: Arizona State University 5/2001 Minor in Sociocultural Anthropology.  Graduated Summa Cum Laude and was a member of Golden Key Honor’s Society and Psi Chi Honor’s Society. 





Current Arizona Nursing License, BLS, ACLS



References Available on request