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Nurse Practitioner

Salt Lake City, UT

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111-222-3333
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Summary

Nurse Practitioner Administrative or Clinical Practice 
Citizen: United States of America - Veteran's Preference: None 
Job Type: Permanent - Work Schedule: Full time 
Desired Work Environment: Experienced Professional - Desired Locations: US-UT 
Security Clearance: 
Top Secret issued by the Department of State Diplomatic Security

Work Experience

Foreign Service Health Practitioner

Department of State, Washington, DC

Sep 2002Current

Current Position: 9/10-present: Special Assistant to the Clinical Director (CD), Office of Medical Services, Department of State (DoS) Washington DC. 
Duties: Work under the direction and supervision of the CD; Perform all tasks and oversee all projects as Team Lead assigned by the CD; Act as surrogate in the absence of the Clinical Director related to all assigned projects. 
Current project will redefine the Medical Clearance(MC) procedure for the DoS and affiliate agencies; Re-designed the Clinical Services and Duty Medical Officer On-Call SharePoint Intranet site; Medical Clearances/Human Resources evaluation of Class 2/5 employee postings; Established Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for MCI diagnosis templates, Front Office and Cardiology (i.e. Ordering of thrombolytics, AED Inventory and Maintenance; Employee Security Badge Access); Reclassification of MED Nurse Practitioners Position Descriptions. 
Quality Assurance(QA): Work closely with QA Section Chief and actively represent CD QA concerns/issues: create and actively engaged other sections in the creating/writing/updating/purging of all SOPs and policies as they relate to the current operations for domestic administration and overseas medical care in US Embassies; initiate recommendations for streamlining the document creation and filing process; creation and/or reorganization of the documents library; initiate and consult on criteria for periodic review and updating of MED official documents. 
Office of Inspector General (OIG): Between 2002 and 2009 I have been the lead Medical Officer in posted Health Units (HU) during the OIG inspections: Completed the functional questionnaire; point of contact for the in-person interview. 
(Contact Supervisor: Michael Nesemann, MD, Supervisor's Phone: 202 663 1682)

Foreign Service Health Practitioner

Department of State , Overseas Embassy Assignments

Sep 2002Current

Previous Posts and Duties: US Embassy Medical Officer (FSHP) acts as the section head in HUs, Consults on Mission wide medical issues with the Ambassador; Provides primary/acute medical care to US Embassy employees (including DoD) and their family members; provides occupational health care to all USG foreign nationals; Supervises medical staff in the HU; Performs intra-section duties and collaborates with section heads; Maintains medical records and ensures HIPAA and security compliance.
  • Embassy Islamabad 2009-10; regional coverage to Peshawar, Karachi and Lahore: medical officer to over 1000 American and local USG employees plus 250 US military personnel
  • Embassy Baghdad 2008-09; regional coverage to Iraq Branch Embassy Offices; medical officer to over 400 DoD military and 1200 American USG employees; collaborated on and authored current DoS Sexual Assault Standard Operating Procedure.to 100-250 American staff and family members; initiated active role between Office of Buildings Overseas(OBO) and MED; designer and point of contact with OBO for HUs in New Embassy Construction (NEC)
  • Office of Medical Services Rover; 2007-2008; provided primary and acute medical care coverage to Embassies overseas experiencing a medical staffing shortage
  • Secretary of State/Office of Reconstruction and Stabilization;2006-2007 first Medical officer for the Active Respose Corps which is a rapid response diplomatic teams for Embassies in draw-down status
  • Embassy Kigali 2005-06; regional coverage to Burundi; medical officer to 150 US Embassy personnel and 200 USG foreign national employees.
  • Embassy Antananarivo 2002-2005; primary and acute medical care to 150 US Embassy personnel and principal officers of the German and British Embassy in Madagascar.

Nurse Practitioner

University of Utah Health Sciences Center - Salt Lake, City, UT,

Aug 2002Aug 2002

8/2002 
 
Position: Provided primary health care to SLC employees and family members with PEHP insurance in the SLC facility. Employed by the U of Utah Health Sciences Center and contracted with SLC but functioned in a private practice capacity. Worked with another part time NP and instituted a peer review process for our facility to maintain quality assurance. Other duties related to the daily running of the facility and medical supervision of 3 staff. The U of U assigned a Nurse Manager for all other administrative and evaluation functions of the clinic. 
Duties: Care for the patients included comprehensive assessment, examination, diagnosis, treatment, writing prescriptions, ordering of tests, interpretation of test results and referral as indicated; triage patients who have life threatening conditions; council patients with common marital/family problems or minor psychosexual problems; immunizations for adults and children; treatment of adults and children with minor acute episodic illnesses; well baby/child examinations; prenatal care for patients with uncomplicated pregnancies; treatment of obstetrical patients with minor acute episodic illness; contraception counseling and prescribing birth control; routine well woman examinations and minor gynecological problems; testing and treatment of venereal disease; wound infiltration and minor lacerations not involving nerve, tendon or vessels using local anesthetic; incision and drainage of cysts and minor abscesses; perform infertility work up. 
(Contact Supervisor: Wendy Bradley, Supervisor's Phone: 801.992.3424)

Nurse Practitioner (Lead)

JSA Health Care Corp, Saint Petersburg, FL

Feb 1998Sep 2001

Position: USG Nurse Practitioner contractor position with JSA at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton CA, Acute Care Clinic. (ACC) for US Military, active duty, retirees and family members. Performed duties while on Family Leave from the University of Utah for one year to care for terminally ill parent. Continued, at JSA's request, in a part-time capacity by commuting twice monthly from Salt Lake City to Camp Pendleton and providing medical coverage on weekends. 
Duties: Schedule all NP staff for full coverage of the Acute Care Clinic. 
Provide comprehensive assessment, examination, consultation, diagnosis and treatment to include: triage patients who have life threatening conditions to the adjoining Emergency Department; council patients with common marital or family problems; immunizations for adults and children; treat adults and children with minor acute episodic illnesses; perform well baby and well child examinations; counsel patients with minor psychosexual problems; provide prenatal care for patients with uncomplicated pregnancies; treat obstetrical patients with minor acute episodic illness; provide contraception counseling and prescribing birth control; treat minor gynecological problems and venereal disease; provide postpartum care for patients with uncomplicated deliveries; give local anesthetic for wound infiltration and minor lacerations not involving nerve, tendon or vessels; incise and drain thrombosed hemorrhoids, cyst, and minor abscesses; perform infertility work up. 
(Contact Supervisor: RG Stevenson, Supervisor's Phone: 800 966 2811)

Family Nurse Practitioner - Utah Medical Assistance Program

, Salt Lake City, UT

Aug 1994Aug 1995

Position: Nurse Practitioner under the Utah Program for assistance to homeless, undeserved and under insured populations with chronic medical conditions. These were usually older adults but there were also a limited number of adolescents. 
Duties: Primary care provider providing comprehensive medical assessment, examination, consultation, diagnosis and treatment of homeless, low income, uninsured Utah residents with chronic disease (DM, HTN,CAD, etc) to include: triage patients who have life threatening conditions; immunization review for adults; treat adults with minor acute episodic illnesses; provide counsel to patients with minor psychosexual problems; provide contraception counseling and prescribe birth control; treat minor gynecological problems and venereal disease.

Education

Master's in Social Work

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Bachelor's in Nursing

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

PhD in Health Education

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Master's in Nursing

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Additional Information

State of Utah Licenses:
  • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse 116690 4405
  • APRN Controlled Substance Schedule 2-5 116690 8900
  • Certified Social Worker 116690 3502
  • Marriage and Family Therapist 116690 3902

Commonwealth of Virginia License:
  • Licensed Nurse Practitioner - Family 00241699101

Federal License
  • Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) MB0151681
  • Medicare Part B Provider #000012360
  • UPIN #P150802
  • IPN #1023022415

Certifications:
  • American Nurses Credentialing Center Board Certification 0216741
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support Provider
  • Basic Life Support Instructor

Qualifications
Proven expertise at strategic thinking, ideation and insightful listening. Ability to drive new initiatives and profitable turnarounds, analytic and catalytic leadership skills with boards, executives, project teams and clients.

Skills
  • Family Practice Clinical Skills Social Work Skills Conflict Prevention
  • Public Speaking Original Writing Group Facilitation
  • Computer Technology Process Improvement Quality Assurance
  • Time Management Organizational Logistics Curriculum Design

Other Training
2011 Foreign Service Institute: Intermediate Leadership Course
2011 American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine CME
2011 Foreign Service Institute: Coaching
2011 Blood Borne Pathogen Training Office of Medical Services
2010 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CME
2010 Conflict Resolution Skills CME
2010 HIPAA CME
2010 Handbook of Psychiatric Emergencies CME
2010 CME Office of Medical Services- ACLS recertification/BLS Provider
2010 Department of State: Ethics Training
2009 Foreign Service Institute: 360 Degree Performance
2009 Office of Medical Services CME- Berlin, Germany
2008 Foreign Service Institute: Leading in a High Stress Environment
2008 Foreign Service Institute: Foreign Affairs Counter Terrorism
2008: Foreign Service Institute: Coordination for Conflict

Awards:
  • 2011 Franklin Award Nominee Office of Medical Services
  • 2008 Meritorious Honor Award US Embassy Baghdad
  • 2008 Superior Honor Award Office of Medical Services
  • 2007 Meritorious Honor US Embassy Bishkek
  • 2007 Meritorious Honor US Embassy Bogota'
  • 2006 ICASS Award for Cost Efficiency
  • 2006 Meritorious Honor Department Overseas Building Operations
  • 2004 Meritorious Honor Award US Embassy Antananarivo
  • 2003 Superior Honor Award US Embassy Antananarivo
  • 2000 The Nurse Practitioner Journal Honorable Mention NP of the Year Award
  • 1990-94 Deans List university of Utah College of Nursing
  • 1992 Elizabeth Furman Gardner Award, University of Utah Outstanding Health Science Student
  • 1988 Career Achievement Award, California Lutheran University Alumni Association

Volunteer International Humanitarian Medical Team Experience:
  • 1994-current : Rwanda: post genocide refugee camp medical care which involved direct medical services and establishing a camp Public Health Program which certified and graduated 20 Rwandan Community Health Workers; point of contact for North West Medical Teams International ( NWMTI) on the UN NGO Council in the Goma Refugee Camps; medical and education consultant to the Imbabazi Orphanage; co-founder of the Rwanda Orphans Project for Street Kids (501-c3)
  • 2002-2004 : Madagascar : established and provided local medical personnel coverage for a medical clinic servicing undernourished mothers and children under the auspices of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd; received a $2000 grant from the Kirby Foundation for the project which resulted in being honored as 1st runner-up for the 2004 Secretary of State Volunteer of the Year award
  • 2001 : Moldavia : Team leader for North West Medical Teams International (NWMTI) to establish a Primary Care practice for a local NGO
  • 2000 : Albania : Team leader for North West Medical Teams International to establish and provide medical and mental health care to Kosovo refugees in Shkodra Refugee Camps; coordinator and point of contact for NWMTI on the UN NGO council
  • 1999 : Honduras : Team leader for NWMTI post Hurricane Mitch to survey remote flooded areas for medical needs and provide acute medical care to local communities in the survey area; to make needs assessment recommendations for ongoing intervention to those still impacted by the storm's collateral damage; recommend intervention criteria for follow-on teams
  • 1992 : Kenya: Team member with NWMTI to provide direct medical care at the African Muslims Association NGO feeding stations for Somali refugees in Wajir.
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