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shleigh Nic,le ngelette


Registered Nurse | Bachelors of Science in Nursing

NurseAshleighNicole@gmail.com | 704-451-0695


To whom it may concern;


As a Baccalaureate prepared Registered Nurse with over three years of experience, I have been
blessed with so many different opportunities throughout my short, but ever-changing & ever-growing
career. In December 2011, I graduated with honors from the University of North Carolina at
Charlotte with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. I began working towards my Family Nurse
Practitioner Master’s Degree at UNC Chapel Hill in August of 2014. Currently, graduate school is on
hold because of personal and family responsibilities that came first. But given that I have a new look
on nursing as I step back from graduate school, I’ve expanded what I thought I wanted from my career
into what I would like to gain from my career to make me a better healthcare professional, a better
cultured young woman, and a better person in general. I believe Travel Nursing has so many benefits
and truly fits my personality. I am excited and prepared to go to some amazing places and maybe find
a new home.


As you will see in my resume, I have a plethora of experiences, including (but not limited to):
from EMR conversion assistance to Level 1 Trauma Emergency Department and an Emergency
Department with Psychiatric specialty (with both adults and pediatrics - in all aspects of behavioral
health, mood disorders, psychotic disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders, mental retardation,
and substance abuse). Other places I’ve called home have been the Progressive ICU, Pulmonary
Progressive Telemetry Unit, Medical Surgical Telemetry Units, as well as a float pool position at UNC
Chapel Hill. I’ve also been able to go on several flights with Charlotte’s Med Center Air Emergency
Nursing Services in their ambulances and helicopters. I have floated to countless other units outside my
trained specialities, included Burn ICU’s, Neuro units (Medical/Surgical & ICU), EP & Cardiac Cath
labs, Women’s Health (Post partum & general), as well as been trained in the ICU briefly, but never
enough to fully work there independently because the ICU has always been staffed very well at each
hospital I’ve worked at. But, I’ve always been eager and anxious to continue learning, which is why I
have had so many jobs in my short three-year nursing career. I strive for challenges, new opportunities,
and new adventures. I believe traveling will help fulfill all those things I feel I need to gain from my
career to continue being motivated and ready to learn and grow within the industry.


Thank you for giving my resume careful consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions


Sincerely Yours,

Ashleigh Nicole Angelette, RN, BSN

shleigh Nic,le ngelette, RN, BSN

Ashleigh icole Angelette

Registered Nurse | Bachelors of Science in Nursing

NurseAshleighNicole@gmail.com | 704-451-0695


EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
Masters of Science in Nursing | August 2014 - present
• Family Nurse Practitioner focus; currently on leave due to personal & family
reasons; potentially transferring to the University of Alabama’s online NP
program so that I’m more available for working & travel nursing.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE
Bachelors of Science in Nursing | August 2008 - December 2011
• Graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors - 3.93 GPA

TRAVEL RN
EXPERIENCE

REGISTERED NURSE | TRAVEL NURSE
AMN Medical Express | March 2015 - current
• #1: Cape Fear Valley Hospital | Fayetteville, NC

13 week contract - 3/23/15 - 6/20/15
• Worked on Progressive Care Telemetry Units & was responsible for
being the primary “Progressive Care or Med/Surg” float nurse if other
units were short of staff due to my experience., I floated to the 6
different units within the hospital during my 13 week contract. Often
times Charge Nurse.

RN EXPERIENCE

REGISTERED NURSE | FLOAT TEAM

UNC Chapel Hill| UNC Healthcare
Chapel Hill, NC | July 2014 - December 2014 (Temporary, contract position)
• Highest level of an RN in the Float Pool/Flex Team, which allowed me to
work on several units with multiple subspecialties including: 

Emergency care, critical care units, behavioral health, progressive care,
medical/surgical, women’s health, and pediatric progressive care.

STAFF NURSE | PROGRESSIVE INTENSIVE CARE

Carolinas Medical Center - Main | Carolinas Healthcare System
Charlotte, NC | March 2014 - June 2014
• Nurse to patient ratio was 1:2 or 1:3 depending on the staffing matrix and
acuity on the unit.
• Cared for all aspects of ICU patients - trauma, cardiopulmonary, renal,
neurological, transplants, orthopedics, post-surgical, sepsis, and respiratory
complications.
• Worked with an aggressive ventilator weaning program modeled after a
program at Johns Hopkins, called ReSCU - with the goal being to wean a
person off a vent rapidly and have them breathing independently within 72
hours of initial weaning.
• Reason for leaving was to give myself 6 weeks to complete pre-requisites
required before beginning the FNP program at UNC, as well as time to get
packed, find a new place to live, and move. 


Ashleigh icole Angelette

Registered Nurse | Bachelors of Science in Nursing

NurseAshleighNicole@gmail.com | 704-451-0695

CHARGE NURSE | PULMONARY PROGRESSIVE TELEMETRY

Presbyterian Healthcare Main | Novant Healthcare
Charlotte, NC | July 2013 - January 2014
• Served as a Charge Nurse & Staff Nurse for a high acuity unit specializing in
respiratory care & cardiac monitoring. Also handled many acute cases
involving a surplus of medical-surgical issues including heart failure, renal
disease, dialysis, pre and post operation, stroke, psychiatric and oncology
needs.Nurse to patient ratios was 1:6. That ratio would be divided with 1-2
patients on a ventilator or had a tracheostomy and at least 1 other patient on
an IV drip (heparin, insulin, etc), and the remaining patients would be partial
to total care.
• Served as a Nurse Preceptor for new employees, responsible for training and
orienting new staff to the unit (primarily New Graduates Nurses) and
completing their competency validations before they were allowed to work
independently.

CHARGE NURSE | PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Carolinas Medical Center - Randolph | Carolinas Healthcare System
Charlotte, NC | February 2012 - June 2013
• Served as a Charge Nurse for a high acuity Psychiatric Emergency
department. Knowledgable about involuntary commitment paperwork and
legal processes for the mentally ill. Trained on inpatient units & proficient in
inpatient assessments & bedside monitoring.
• Extremely knowledgable about North Carolina involuntary commitment
papers.
• Nurse to patient ratios varied due to the acuity of the department. On
average, the ratio would be 1:10-1:14 for overnight observation care, as well
as triaging and assessments of new, incoming emergency department
patients.
• Served as a Nurse Preceptor for new employees, responsible for training and
orienting new staff to the unit (primarily New Graduates Nurses) and
completing their competency validations before they were allowed to work
independently.

CERTIFICATIONS

Registered Nursing License #251172 NC Licensure (Compact)
• Expiration Date: 04/30/2015
American Heart Association Basic Life Support for
Healthcare Providers
• Expiration Date: 03/31/2016
American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support
• Expiration Date: 01/31/2017
American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support
• Expiration Date: 01/31/2017
National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Certification
• Expiration Date: 12/15/2015

Ashleigh icole Angelette

Registered Nurse | Bachelors of Science in Nursing

NurseAshleighNicole@gmail.com | 704-451-0695


SKILLS

SuperUser for the EPIC Dimensions computer system at Novant Healthcare.
Responsible for training the new EMR system to current and incoming
employees.
SuperUser for the Soarian and MAK (Medication Administration Check) at
Cape Fear Valley.
SuperUser for the CANOPY & CERNER computer system. Responsible for
helping to develop the new FirstNet system for the mental health departments,
as well as for training the new system improvements to current and incoming
employees.
Proficient in dealing with complex patient care, including various procedures
and treatments, such as:
• Ventilators and tracheostomies; Medication drips & titrations
(anticoagulants, moderate sedation, insulin, cardiac drips); Strong
telemetry and cardiac monitoring skills; Post-operative patient care;
Phlebotomy; Dialysis - peritoneal and hemodialysis

ORGANIZATIONS

AWARDS

American Nurses Association

North Carolina Nurses Association

Delta Zeta Alumni
2013 - Nominated for the prestigious “Pinnacle Award” through CHS

2013 - Nominated for the national “DAISY Award” for nurses by a patient’s
family.