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TIFFANY KIM

Address: 3143 Broadway APT 1B,


New York, NY 10027
Phone: (562) 480-7031
Email: jrk430@gmail.com

EDUCATION Columbia University School of Nursing, New York, NY


Graduation Date: May 2017
Master of Science in Nursing
GPA: 3.813
University of California, Irvine, CA
Graduation Date: June 2015
Bachelor of Science in Cognitive Science, minor in Public Health
Deans Honor List: Winter 2012, Fall 2013, Winter 2014, Fall 2014, Winter 2015

CLINICAL Columbia Presbyterian Center of New York Presbyterian Hospital 228 hours Apr May, 2017
EXPERIENCE Neurological Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Partnered one-on-one with staff nurse preceptor and worked with one or two patients independently
depending on patient acuity
Provided complete care for adult and geriatric patients who suffered from a cerebrovascular accident
(CVA), subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), intracranial hemorrhage (ICH), traumatic brain injury (TBI), spinal
cord injury, brain tumor, post-operative craniotomy which include AM care and physical assessment
Cared for patients with chest tube, external ventricular drain (EVD), continuous veno-venous hemodialysis
(CVVHD)
Performed neurological test q2hr, AM care, and physical assessment and Glasgow Coma Scale for patients
with impaired consciousness
Administered IV, PO, SQ, topical, NG tube, ophthalmic, spacer medications
Monitored IV infusion site and performed tubing change, solution change, and volume-control set
for patients undergoing IV therapy when required
Provided tracheostomy care and airway management for patients on ventilators
Performed straight catheterizations, sterile dressing changes, central line/arterial line/peripheral line care,
wound care, chest physiotherapy
Participated in nursing huddles every morning regarding patient care and safety
Mount Sinai St. Lukes 80 hours Jan Feb, 2017
Medical/Surgical
Provided complete care for 2 medical adult and geriatric patients including AM care, q4hr vital signs, and
physical assessment
Inserted foley catheters on both male and female patients
Advocated for patients to stay active and transferred patients from bed to chair when appropriate
Engaged in patient teaching for post-op or bed rest patients to use incentive spirometer every hour
Nyack Hospital 80 hours Nov Dec, 2016
Psychiatric
Initiated one-to-one patient contact employing therapeutic communication for patients with substance use
disorder
Performed a mental status exam to see if patients are a suicide risk or have violent tendencies
Provided patient teaching on how to manage stress, anxiety and depression
Participated in activities with patients during art and music therapy, yoga and meditation
New York Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Childrens Hospital 80 hours Oct Nov, 2016
Pediatrics
Cared for 2 oncology patients, ages 4 to 19 years old
Performed q4hr vital signs, physical assessments, and medication dosage calculations
Monitored patients with PCA pumps
Sloane Hospital for Women 80 hours Sept Oct, 2016
Obstetrics
Cared for mother-baby dyads
Performed post-partum assessments which include breasts, fundal height, bladder, lochia amount, maternal
vital signs, parent/infant interaction, perineum, incision site if C-section patient or had episiotomy
Initiated breast-feeding and post-partum depression education
Performed newborn care and teaching such as changing babys diaper, bathing baby, swaddling baby,
feeding and burping baby, cleaning the umbilical cord, and handling a newborn including supporting babys
neck
Performed neonatal assessment in the newborn nursery which include Apgar scoring, head circumference,
weight, length, bowel/bladder pattern, neonatal jaundice, reflexes, and vital signs

WORK Orange County Health and Psychology Associates, Irvine, CA Mar June, 2014
EXPERIENCE Intern, Executive Director: Leili Artin, MPH, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist
Collaborated with director in the creation of activities and workshops for patients partaking in group
therapy for mood DO, eating DO, substance use DO/chemical dependency, and dual diagnosis
Observed psychiatrist interview new patients then discussed the diagnosis and potential plan together
Reorganized the patient filing system for seven practitioners in the office

CERTIFICATIONS NCLEX date pending, expected September 2017


Child Abuse, Infection Control, Basic Cardiac Life Support