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715 S. Bond St. Apt.

C
Baltimore, MD 21231
443-841-5464
drober44@jhmi.edu

DUSTIN ROBERTSON
OBJECTIVE

To obtain a position at Johns Hopkins Hospital as a Registered Nurse working


with medically complex patients while continuing to grow in experience and
knowledge in one of the nations premier hospitals

SKILLS &
ABILITIES

Cardiovascular Unit practicum

Completed nursing school rotations on telemetry, OB, med-surg, pediatrics,


Psych, and long term care where I gained an understanding of the different
needs of various patient populations and the unique challenges each present

Accepted into the competitive Ladders In Nursing Careers program at Johns


Hopkins Hospital

Observed various procedures including a chest tube insertion, C-section, and


cardiac catheterization

Assisted through my job as a Radiologic Technologist in arthrograms, upper


GIs, small bowel follow throughs, enemas, tube and drain injections, ERCPs,
video fluoroscopic swallow studies and bronchoscopies, with many of the
procedures requiring the maintenance of a sterile field

As a Radiologic Technologist since 2008, have experience working in multiple


hospital units including Inpatient, Outpatient, the Intensive Care Units,
Endoscopy, and the Emergency Department and have developed a strong
understanding of all levels of care within the hospital setting

Started IVs as an MRI tech aide and while in Radiography school

WORK
EXPERIENCE

JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL, BALTIMORE, MD


Radiologic Technologist
01/2008 Present
Obtain high-quality radiographic images, fluoroscopic images,
portable images, work with patients and their family members to
provide optimal outcomes, and collaborate with nurses,
technologists, and doctors to provide the best care for patients
Charge Technologist on weekends and evenings due to knowledge
of workflow and experience
Received recognition for fewest errors in 2013 in Inpatient
Radiology
Preceptor for newly hired technologists
AMERICAN RADIOLOGY SERVICES INC.
MRI Tech Aide
09/2006 05/2007
Explained MRI procedures to patients, assessed patients for
contraindications of having an MRI scan, positioned patients for
exams, began IVs for patients requiring contrast with their images,
and assisted doctors with biopsies

EDUCATION

CARROLL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, CARROLL COUNTY, MD NURSING


08/2014 - Present

Current 4th term student


Current GPA: 3.18
COMMUNITY COLLEGES OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, BALTIMORE, MD
PREREQUSITES
06/2013 - 08/2014
GPA: 3.68
JOHNS HOPKINS SCHOOLS OF MEDICAL IMAGING, BALTIMORE, MD RADIOGRAPHY
06/2007 12/2008
Certificate of Radiography
GPA 3.35
TOWSON UNIVERSITY, BALTIMORE, MD
09/2002 12/2004
GPA: 2.84

PROFESSIONAL
INVOLVEMENT

REFERENCES

Accepted into Alpha Delta Nu Carroll Community Colleges Nursing Honor


Society

Rad Council member 2013: Met with Radiologic technologists once a month
to discuss issues pertaining to the department and workflow

Radiology QI Committee 2014: Met with colleagues from all imaging


modalities and management to discuss and initiate projects to improve the
department

DR. MICHAEL FLEMING, JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL

Assistant Professor of Radiology


The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine;
Section Head, Gastrointestinal Radiology
Telephone: 443-287-6816
Email: rflemin9@jhmi.edu
DR. BRONWYN JONES, JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL
Professor of Radiology
Telephone: 410-955-2315
Email: bjones1@jhmi.edu
PROFESSOR LISA KELEMEN RN, MSN, CARROLL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Adjunct Faculty, Nursing
Telephone: 410-227-3908

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