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Jessica A.

Napoli-McNally
647 Draper Avenue
Schenectady, NY 12306
(607) 423-3608
jnapoli2@gmail.com
Education

State University of New York at Utica


Currently enrolled in Masters Nursing Program
Expected graduation date of May 2015
Current GPA 3.83
State University of New York at Binghamton
Bachelor of Science. Nursing Major, August 2002
Deans List each semester Fall 2001 through Summer 2002
Magna Cum Laude graduate
State University of New York at Cortland
Bachelor of Science. Health Science Major, May 1998
Deans List each semester Fall 1996 through Spring 1998
Cum Laude graduate

Professional Affiliations
Jan 1996- Aug 2002 Eta Sigma Gamma, National Health Honor Society.
Oct 2002- Current, Phi Eta Sigma, National Health Honor Society
July 2007- Current, Basic Life Support Instructor, American Heart Association
May 2007- May 2011, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Instructor
Sept 2014- Recipient of the Julia O. Wells Foundation Scholarship
March 2015- Sigma Theta Tau, National Nursing Honor Society
Experience
June 2014- Current

Clinical Placement Director, Maria College, Albany, NY


acting liaison between college and community hospitals
maintain relationships with clinical agencies to facilitate student needs
responsible for over 350 students clinical education
hiring of all clinical adjunct
coordination of all clinical rotations for three nursing programs
responsible for ensuring all students meet health requirements
organizing 133 preceptorship students in the community
evaluation and coordination of 36 adjunct instructors

Aug 2012- June 2014 PNC Lab/Clinical Coordinator, Maria College, Albany, NY
coordinating all lab activities
teaching all PNC lab classes
coordination of clinical competency testing of all students
clinical instructor for PNC program
coordinating all student clinical rotations

maintain relationships with clinical agencies to facilitate student needs


Jessica A. Napoli-McNally

Aug 2011- Nov 2013 Registered Nurse, Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY
direct patient care of a 5 patients on a trauma unit
coordinate care of each patient to ensure optimal care
provide nursing care utilizing the nursing process
relief charge nurse
Sept 2006_ Sept 2012 Clinical Instructor, Albany County BOCES, Albany, NY
clinical supervision and instruction of ten to thirteen students
teaching on trauma, vascular, oncology, and neurological floors
assisting student development in the nursing process
educating students on clinical skills techniques
Jan 2006- Aug 2009 Nursing Supervisor, St. Clares Hospital then Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, NY
in-house supervision of hospital nursing staff on weekends
staffing coordination of over 60 staff and agency employees
reference person for all nursing staff
managing and documenting patient complaints
Jan 2006- Current

Adjunct Clinical Instructor, Maria College, Albany, NY


clinical instruction of three to eight students in Med/Surg and ICU
student evaluations
assisting students with skills development
provide students with feedback on their progression in the curriculum
acting liaison between students and hospital staff
ADN lab coordinator from Aug 2009- May 2010

Apr 2005- Current

Charge/ Registered Nurse, Telemetry, St. Clares Hospital, Schenectady, NY


administration of medications in accordance with physicians orders
provide complete nursing care of a variety of cardiac patients
charge person of a 40 bed unit

Sept 2004- Apr 2005 Registered Nurse, Med/Surg, Telemetry, American Mobile Healthcare
traveling nurse at St. Clares Hospital, Schenectady, NY
administering medications and treatments in according to physicians orders
caring for a wide variety of orthopedic, medical, surgical and cardiac patients
monitoring telemetry, laboratory values and radiology reports
Oct 2002- Sept 2004 Registered Nurse, ICU, Cortland Memorial Hospital, Cortland, NY
complete nursing care of patients though the use of the nursing process
care of patients with varying acuity in a 12 bed Intensive Care Unit and 7
bed Telemetry Unit
collaborating with physicians to ensure optimal patient care

monitor various medical equipment to ensure patient safety, including


telemetry, ventilators, arterial and central lines