Nephrology Nurse Resume
A Nephrology Nurse has to take care of those patients that suffer from various types of kidney diseases. They have to manage the care of a caseload of patients that suffer from kidney-related problems, providing direct primary care to the patients, along with teaching them and their families regarding the medical care. In most cases, they have to work in a hospital, but they also can be found in transplant units, hospices, home care, physician's offices and ambulatory dialysis centers. In some cases, they must assist during the kidney transplant procedures, working under the direct supervision of a physician.
It is advisable that once you have finished writing your resume you should do a thorough verification so that you can be certain all the necessary information has been included, leaving out any facts that are not going to be of any interest to the person in charge of reviewing the resume. In this particular case, the person/team who is in charge of hiring a new Nephrology Nurse is looking for those candidates that possess solid understanding and knowledge of the primary medical care and they also value those that are capable of respecting the wishes of the patients in order to make their life easier.
Name: Laura Jacobs
A Nephrology Nurse is responsible for collecting specimens; handling, labeling and documenting in the patient records. They also have to perform intravenous therapy and provide the necessary nursing care.
I am looking for a job as a Nephrology Nurse for a medical care organization where my nursing skills are required and where I will be allowed to provide my nursing services in an efficient manner for the benefit of those who need it.
I have a solid understanding of the principles of nursing and in depth knowledge of primary medical care. I am fully capable of working long hours under stressful conditions.
Qualities and skills
Nephrology Nurse at Second Chance Hospital, Cape Coral, Florida, 2000-2010
Duties and responsibilities
Successfully managed to assist nursing professionals in handling those patients with kidney ailments
Areas of interest
Adrian T. Stone