Intake Nurse Resume
An Intake Nurse has the responsibility of obtaining all the necessary documents needed for registering a new patient, of documenting the medical-history of the patient and of deciding how severe his illness is and what medical services that patient will receive. The decisions taken by an Intake Nurse require nursing experience and sometimes a nursing bachelor's degree.
In order to be sure that your resume will be considered a professional one, it is deeply recommended to state only the relevant information about yourself. Hospital managers are looking for nurses with extensive knowledge of medical care programs, which will be able to identify correctly the nature of the patient's illness and to decide the type of medical services which he will receive.
Name: Mary Allen
An Intake Nurse is required to document the medical-history of the patients and their current symptoms and to design care plan which is likely to be adopted. Intake Nurses have the responsibility of collecting the patients' personal information and providing assistance to the patients.
Looking for a job as an Intake Nurse in a hospital where I would be able to provide the patients with high quality medical services and use my experience for the benefit of the hospital.
I can correctly diagnose and monitor the patients and I have proven myself as being useful in collaborating with doctors and helping them to offer quality treatments to patients. I am a very hard-working person, experienced with nursing practices and able to work continually for many hours.
Qualities and skills:
Intake Nurse, Second Chance Hospital, Miami, Florida, 1996-2010
Bachelor's Degree of Science in Nursing, Miami University, Florida
Successfully planned and implemented the curing program based on the patients' medical-history and present situation
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