Nursing Resume Format

By | June 25, 2009

Making a nursing resume is simple. All you have to do is lay down your aces and make sure that everything is credible. Making a nursing resume is like making a list of credentials.

To begin with, you should of course write your name and contact details on the topmost part of your resume.

In nursing resumes, the most important information to include is qualifications as well as experiences. A bachelor’s degree of nursing is of course a vital part placed on the educational background category.

Sample Nursing Resume Format

Carrey Yehr

425 corner Yen St. and John St., Baltimore

Maryland, USA

(410) 324-888

(410) 445 -4443

CarY@aol.com

CAREER OBJECTIVES

  • To apply for a pediatric nurse profession on a major Baltimore hospital
  • To help care for other people through my profession on a well established medical institution
  • To share my skills, knowledge, and attitudes to other members of my profession and clients alike as well as maintain a lasting relationship to a great institution

CAREER PROFILE

  • More than 3 years of experience as a registered nurse in the pediatric unit
  • Currently training to become a nurse anesthetist
  • A zealous and altruistic nurse who participates in free medical missions around the world
  • Member of the Red Cross for 2 years up to present

EXPERIENCE AND PRACTICE

Nursing Internship, May 2005 to July 2007

Children’s Hospital of New York

  • Intern responsible for giving medications to orthopedic-pediatric patients
  • Delivered and administered daily doses of oral medications.
  • Assigned for 3 months at Intensive Care ward.
  • Answered patients requests for feeding and care

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Licensed nurse 2004
  • Bachelors Degree in Nursing 2004
  • Passed the NCLEX 2004
  • Certified intensive care unit nurse 2005

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, May 2004

University of Florida, Florida

Graduated Magna Cum Laude with a GPA of 3.69 on a 4.0 scale

CHARACTER REFERENCES

Dr. Fred Diatrix, MD

Medical Director

Children’s Hospital of New York

Professor Dean Morgan

Dean

College of Nursing

University of Florida

Ms. Anne Fyn

Nurse Supervisor

Children’s Hospital of New York

Pediatrics ICU ward

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