MOS 66G, Obstetric/Gynecologic Nurse OER Bullets

- Lead RN for 88 shifts, oversaw 36 births, 266 inpatients, 54 triages worth $210,000

- Covered 1,200 on-call hours, performed five peer reviews, attended 110 hours of training courses

- Identified three postpartum hemorrhages, initiated emergency protocols, alerted staff; prompt action saved mothers' lives

- Orchestrated neonatal/delivery sim lab; enhanced training and increased readiness

- Instructed resuscitation skills to 18 first responders which expanded emergency capabilities

o trained and qualified 75% of staff during two Mobile Obstetric Emergency Simulator drills

o reviewed and updated five unit SOPs; deleted three redundant, obsolete texts

o instructed advanced cardiac life support class; taught 11 staff members with a 100% pass rate

o served as preceptor for one Registered Nurse at Weed Army Community Hospital

o trained 700 staff in pediatric oncology, pharacotherapy and life support skills; supported Army graduate medical education and nursing training platforms

o taught 22 new mothers breastfeeding skills; built confidence and encouraging optimal nutritional starts for newborns

o her leadeship and expertise were critical to the clinical operations of the Army's only Pediatric Hematology-Oncology clinic

o managed and coordinated complex medical treatament for 2,000 high-risk patients yearly

o authored protocols on intravenous administration of the chemotherapy and central line care in compliance with national practice standards

o provided optimal pain control for 28 severely injured troops, eased their anxiety of extensive wound care

o managed 23 obstetric deliveries with individualized patient care

o won 2016 Company Grade Officer of the second and third Quarters

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