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Marva J.

Wilson, RN
Home (412) 241-2167 Cell (412) 478-6488
E-mail: mwba20a4@westpost.net
OBJECTIVE
TO PURSUE A CHALLENGING POSITION THAT WILL UTILIZE MY EXPERTISE AND VALUES IN A
PROGRESSIVE ORGANIZATION THAT POSSESSES HIGH ETHICAL AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS.
QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY
Dedicated and patient focus Registered Nurse with proven expertise in long term
care, staff development and family advocacy.
* Nurse - focused model of care.
* Deliver care with compassion, integrity and respect for residents and their fa
milies.
* Supervision and delegation of planning, direct delivery, and review of nursing
are services.
* Foster loyalty and teamwork by setting the example.
* Fair and effective leader.
* Utilize the nursing process to direct the nursing services department.
* Top-notch clinical skills therefore, committed to clinical excellence.
* Exceptional capacity to multitask: manage numerous often-competing priorities
with ease while maintaining positive quality care outcomes.
* Knowledge and understanding of federal, state and local standards and regulati
ons.
* Demonstrate ability to forge, lead and motivate outstanding health team member
s that share the same vision to provide superb residents' satisfaction.
* Recognize for strategic, systematic collaboration with team members for qualit
ies patient outcomes; coupled with insights into emerging opportunities, trends,
issues and challenges in the global economy.
CERTIFICATIONS and PROFICIENCIES
Basic life support
Basic supervisory skills
Intravenous Therapy Program for Licensed Practical Nurses
IV therapy for RNs and LPNs
Long Term Peripheral Catheter Workshop
Phlebotomy
Train The Trainer
Train The Trainer- Plus Accent on the Primary Instructor
Wound Care (currently pursuing)
LICENSURE
Licensed RN in P.A.
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
2001- UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, Pittsburgh, PA
BACHELOR of SCIENCE in NURSING (currently pursuing)
2007 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSE ASSESSMENT COORDINATORS (AANAC)
AANAC MDS COORDINATOR CERTIFICATION
2007 COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY, Pittsburgh, PA
NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATOR PROGRAM
1999 COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY, Pittsburgh PA
PERSONAL CARE HOME ADMINISTATOR PROGRAM
1996 DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY, Pittsburgh, PA
GERONOLOGY NURSING INSTITUTE
1996 PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, Pittsburgh, PA
NURSE AIDE TRAINING PROGRAM
1987 ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE SAINT - LAURENT, Cornwall Ontario
DIPLOMA in NURSING
CAREER EXPERIENCE
1998- Present Temporary Health Care Agencies, Pittsburgh, PA
Nursing Supervisor
* Oversee and administer patient medications, and interpret physician instructio
ns.
* Monitor and promptly treat patients/residents in private in-home, hospitals an
d nursing homes environments.
* Instruct on health promotion and health maintenance.
* Select as supervisor of long- term care facilities, transition care units and
personal care units.
2006-2007 Westwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Pittsburgh, Pa
DIRECTOR OF NURSING SERVICES
* Supervise the entire nursing staff with administrative authority.
* Responsible for facility operation in the absence of administrator.
* Responsible for compliance with federal, state and local regulations.
* Develop and maintain objectives and standards of nursing practices.

2004-2005 Westwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Pittsburgh PA


Clinical Care Manager/ Assistant Director of Nursing
* Head the nursing department in the absence of the Director of Nursing.
* Monitor quality nursing care documentation.
* Mentor and empower team members to develop and continue to excel in the profes
sion.
1998- Present Temporary Health Care Agencies, Pittsburgh, PA
1997-1997 Lemington Home of the Aged, Pittsburgh, PA
Interim Director of Nursing
* Maintain optimal function of the Nursing Department in the absence of the Dire
ctor of Nursing.
* Implement policies and procedures in accordance with the State and Federal reg
ulation and facility's policies.
* Establish and maintain quality standards of care
* Measure quality outcomes of healthcare.
* Formulate and organize the nursing administration team members.
* Monitor quality of care rendered by temporary nursing staff.
1995-1996 Community Nursing Services, Pittsburgh, PA
Director/ Home Healthcare Nurse
* Provide holistic, compassionate nursing care to individual and families of div
erse socio-economic and cultural background.
* Supervise the interdisciplinary team.
* Evaluate home care visits.
* Perform evaluation and assessments for Long Term Care Insurance for Family Car
ing Network.
* Implement policies and procedures in accordance with State and Federal Regulat
ions.
* Monitor and maintain quality of care.
* Interview prospective applicants.
* Integral member of health education.

1993-1996 Heritage Shadyside, Pittsburgh, PA


Assistant Case Manager
* Manage the units' activities in the absence of the Case Manager/ Director of N
ursing.
* Supervise Nursing Staff in the facility on all shifts.
* Render direct bedside nursing care.
* Initiate, coordinate and instruct the first Nurses' Aide Training Program (thr
ough Shadyside Hospital) in affiliation with Community College of Allegheny Coun
ty (CCAC).

1992-1994 Community College of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, PA


Nurse Aide Program Primary Instructor
* Implement and maintained policies and procedures of CCAC.
* Manage the delivery of the training program.
* Instruct the theoretical and clinical components of the Nursing Aide training
program.
* Supervise assistant instructors, Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurs
es.
1987-1992 Sunnybrook Medical Center, Toronto, Ontario
Staff/Preceptor/Resource Nurse
* Deliver complete range of nursing services and expertise.
* Provide direct patient care on medical surgical, gastrointestinal and respirat
ory units.
* Mentor RN students.
* Coordinate quality assessments and ascertain positive measurable outcomes.

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
Union Island Cultural Association
REFERENCES PROVIDED UPON REQUEST