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Cecilia McGalliard

Current Address: (760) 317-6006


2800 W Broadway Blvd #1210 cmcgalliard15@gmail.com
Tucson, AZ 85745

Objective: To obtain a new graduate RN position


Profile
Fluent in both English and Spanish
Proficient in Epic and Cerner health technology systems
Dedicated to learning adapt quickly to new situations
Education
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ August 2013-December 2017
Cumulative GPA: 3.533
Expected Degrees:
Bachelors of Science in Nursing
Psychology Minor
Work Experience
Bayada Assisted Living Tucson, AZ March 2016-Present
Highest standard of care delivered to clients ranging in age and disability

Overnight shifts ranging from 8-12 hours where I was the sole caregiver to the
clients during designated hours

Required empathy, time management, prioritizing, and knowledge of health


conditions to provide safe, individualized, and effective care
Starbucks Coffee
Barista Encinitas, CA & Tucson, AZ 6/2012-9/2017
I aided in the creation of a welcoming environment to all guests through the
delivery of quality customer service

Tasks included beverage creation, answering the drive-through requests, and


maintaining a clean environment

Shift Supervisor Tucson, AZ 9/2014-5/2015


Included all barista duties in addition to supervisor duties

Supervisor duties included opening and closing the store, cash management,
delegation of tasks to staff, running lunch breaks as needed, and providing the
next manager-on-duty with a proper turn-over

As a shift supervisor, imperative requirements involved knowledge of employee


abilities, time management, and the ability to adapt to situations quickly
Clinical Experience
Banner University Medical Center Tucson 10/2/17-11/3/17
Five week preceptorship in the Medical Step-down Unit (3E) (180 hours)

In this practicum I eventually took on the lead as the nurse where I was in charge
of the care of up to four patients under the supervision of a Banner RN

This practicum offered the opportunity to take part in not only basic and advanced
nursing skills, but also time management, empathetic total patient care, patient
coordination and prioritization, interdisciplinary communication, and critical
thinking crucial to these critical patients

Awards
Honors Societies
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Scholar Designation
Wildcat Excellence Award
Hodnette Scholarship Endowment
Work Distinction
Bayada Top Dove Award

References
Available upon request
Cecilia McGalliard
2800 W Broadway Blvd #1210, Tucson, AZ, 85745
(760) 317-6006
cmcgalliard15@gmail.com

14 November 2017

UC Davis Main Hospital Sacramento

2315 Stockton Blvd

Sacramento, CA, 95817

(916) 734-2011

To Nurse Recruitment,

This correspondence is in regards to the open registered nurse position in the nurse residency
program at the UC Davis Main Hospital. I am graduating in December 2017 with a Bachelors of
Science in Nursing from the University of Arizona and am extremely interested in this new
opportunity. I have had the opportunity to do several clinical rotations, ranging from long term
care to critical care. Recently, I extended my critical care knowledge and skill set on the
intermediate medical care unit/progressive care unit at Banner University Medical Center Tucson
campus. This 5 week long preceptorship required a full time commitment, averaging three 12-
hour shifts a week. Such a well-rounded educational position has allowed me to expand upon the
critical thinking skills necessary in critical care areas, to hone my assessment skill, and expand
upon my holistic nursing abilities.

In addition to my clinical experience, I have had significant work experience in health care
working as a Home Health Aide for Bayada Assisted Living. During my time with this company,
I typically have worked 12 hour overnight shifts where I am the sole caregiver to adult. Despite
ranging in disability, age, and needs, I have practiced empathy as well as adding to my
understanding of disease process that the aging individual may experience. The most important
aspect of this works has been the reinforcement of the fundamentals of nursing that I learned at
the very beginning of nursing school. Having had such personal experiences beyond the hospital
and education setting has allowed me to gain a unique insight to patient care, and will further my
abilities in becoming a critical care nurse.

Additionally, I firmly believe and agree in your mission of providing quality and compassionate
patient-focused care while also remaining innovative and forward thinking. The integration of
future and technology into nursing care is imperative to successful healing. I would be thrilled to
be a part the UC Davis nursing team and would be an amazing first step as a soon-to-be nurse. .

Sincerely,

Cecilia McGalliard
Unofficial Transcripts of Only Nursing Classes (Spring 2016-Spring 2017)