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SAVANNA

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SAVANNAHARTBARGER
OBJECTIVES :

To work in the healthcare setting as a registered nurse and in education as a


paramedic educator. Further future education pursuits include a doctorate of
strategic leadership in healthcare.

EDUCATION:

HARTBARGER
Central Virginia Community College  Associate of Applied Science in Paramedic/EMS,
Magna Cum Laude, Graduated Spring 2011
 Emergency Medical Technician-Basic5/31/2009
 Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate3/21/2010
 Nationally Registered Paramedic6/2011

Jefferson College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science in Emergency Services/


Critical Care Track, Summa Cum Laude, Graduated Spring 2013
 NREMT-P to NRP transition3/2013

Liberty University  Master of Arts in Human Services/Crisis Response & Trauma track,
With Distinction, Graduated August 2015

John Tyler Community College  Associate of Applied Science in Nursing,


Graduated Spring 2018
 Registered Nurse (RN)  2/2018

Other Certifications:
 EMS Safety
 AHA Healthcare Provider CPR
 Advanced Cardiac Life Support
 Pediatric Advanced Life Support
 Advanced Medical Life Support
 Certified Emergency Nurse
 Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI)
JOB EXPERIENCE:

St. Francis Medical Center, Emergency Department, RN  February 2018-Present


 Responsibilities include nursing assessments on adult and pediatric patients,
administration of oral/subcutaneous/intramuscular/intravenous medications,
titration of IV drip medications, cardiac/respiratory monitoring, triage, and EMR
documentation.
Bon Secours, St. Francis Emergency Department, Paramedic  July 2014-February 2018
 Responsibilities include phlebotomy, IV line placement, splinting, patient transport,
telemetry monitoring, appropriate EMR charting, etc. Additional duties include
facilitating ED tech/paramedic meetings, precepting new ED techs and paramedics,
contributing to initiatives in ED committees, participating in training for new skills such as
ultrasound-guided IV placement, and precepting JTCC/JSRCC paramedic students.

University of Virginia Health System, Medic Transfer Coordinator  August 2015


-December 2015
 Responsibilities include triage of outside hospital transfer calls to UVA
physicians, facilitation of MD to MD discussion for patient acceptance,
coordination of patient transport, and other liaison responsibilities between UVA
staff and referring hospitals.

Express Family Care, Paramedic Winter 2013-Summer 2014


 Responsibilities included patient assessment, phlebotomy, IV line placement,
IV fluid administration, IV/IM/other medication administration,
laboratory testing, etc.

Carilion Clinic, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, EMS Skills Instructor  9/2011-5/2013
 Responsibilities included student instruction in basic and advanced life support
skills that occur in trauma or medical scenarios in the emergency medical
setting. Skills included endotracheal intubation, IV/IO insertion, med administration,
EKG interpretation, cardiac pacing, defibrillation, cardioversion, among other skills
in the scope of practice of a nationally registered paramedic.

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE:

Camp Holiday Trails, Medical Staff  Summer 2011


 Responsibilities included monitoring blood glucose levels, administering
medications, diabetic carbohydrate calculations, maintaining camp
clinic, and other care for children with multiple medical conditions.

Campbell County Rescue Squad, NREMT-Paramedic6/17/2010-12/2011


 Responsibilities included endotracheal intubation, intravenous and
intraosseous access, IO/IV/IM/nebulized medication administration, EKG interpretation,
cardiac pacing, defibrillation, and other basic and advanced life support skills.