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Mary Elizabeth Bass, RN, CEN, BSN

134 Poppy St
Golden, CO 80401
As a registered nurse, I hope to advance to a Level III RN at University of Colorado Hospital.
Career Summary:
Emergency Department Registered Nurse. Experience working in a fast-paced, high-volume
level II emergency room. Possess the ability to work efficiently with a dynamic interdisciplinary
team across multiple specialty areas to provide patient care. Skilled in utilizing strong assessment
skills and pertinent patient history to determine patient care needs, prioritize treatment, and
maintain patient flow. Perform necessary testing and interventions needed to manage the care of
critical patients, trauma, acute medical conditions and minor injuries/ illness.
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, GA

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

08/04 to 12/10

Professional Experience:
University of Colorado Hospital, Emergency Department
07/12 to Present
Level II trauma center and academic hospital (73-bed Emergency Department- full
Serve as relief Charge Nurse.
Involved in all aspects of emergency patient care including triage, assessment and
stabilization, interpretation of results, intervention and disposition based on findings
and patient needs.
Work in a variety of patient care areas that incorporate critical care, trauma, acute
medical conditions, observation and minor injuries and illness.
Use established communication skills and team mentality to effectively work as part
of a multidisciplinary medical care team.
Keeping current on skills and evidence based care by obtaining a minimum of 10
continuing education credits yearly through classes, training, seminars, certifications
and journal clubs.
Active on the preceptor committee and function as a resource in my department by
orienting/ training students and new hires.
Received advanced training in disaster preparedness as a member of the Hospital
Emergency Response Team.
Obtained my Certification in Emergency Nursing recognized by the Accreditation
Board for Specialty Nursing.
University of Colorado Hospital, Mobile Stroke Team Unit
Member of the third stoke ambulance in the nation.

11/15 to Present

Cross trained to work on the Stroke Unit while working in the Emergency
Department at University of Colorado Hospital.
Part of an innovative team and new program that strives to provide specialized stoke
care to the community.
Work in the field with other disciplines (CT technician, paramedic, EMT) to bring
stoke care including CT imaging, TPA, and blood pressure control to stoke victims.
Participate in research investigating the efficacy of faster TPA initiation in the field.
Received advanced stoke assessment (NIH) training.
Effectively work with other emergency responders such as the fire department and
various ambulance companies to collaborate patient care.

St. Anthonys Central, Emergency Department

03/14 to 08/14
Level I trauma center (36-bed Emergency Department- part time).
While working full-time at University of Colorado Hospital, I also held a part-time
position at St. Anthonys. I was able to embrace the similarities and differences
between Level I and Level II trauma centers and diversity in patient populations.
Provided patient care to adults and pediatric patients.
Experienced varied complexity in patient cases that were transferred from the
mountain clinics and hospitals to St. Anthonys by Flight for Life.
Tift Regional Medical Center, Emergency Department
01/11 to 07/12
Regional referral hospital (19-bed Emergency Department- full time).
Worked as part of the medical team to providing quality care to a variety of patients
including adult and pediatric populations.
Provided complete patient care with limited resources. Assumed multiple roles
including EKG, phlebotomy, transport, respiratory support and housekeeping in a
small hospital setting.
Received 40 hours didactic training for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE).
Licenses/ Certifications:
Registered Nurse in the State of Colorado-License number RN.0203266
Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) - Candidate ID B00943329
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
Basic Life Support (BLS)
Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC)
NIH Stroke Scale Certification
Advanced Wilderness Life Support
Societies and Organizations:
Preceptor Committee
Hospital Emergency Response Training

Team (HERT)

01/12 - 09/16
03/14 - 03/18
11/14 - 11/16
08/15 - 08/17
11/14 - 11/16
05/15 - 05/19
05/15 - 05/17
10/15 - 10/19