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Hello, I'm Courtney!! I have significant knowledge in the proper implementation of treatment plans and hospital procedures. I learned these throughout my clinical experience in Nuclear Medicine. I spent 3/4 days out of the week in the hospital, and I sincerely enjoyed it. I strive to be around my patients. I am a patient-focused individual, skilled in guiding individuals through potentially stressful situations/tests, I turned to Carelinx, knowing I can potentially help someone, through caregiving. I did this once before and that is where I originally discovered I wanted to work in the hospital (go to school for Nuclear Medicine), and help people. My exceptional communication and interpersonal skills enable me with the ability to quickly establish positive rapport with patients. I have a proven track record of success throughout my career due to my meticulous attention to detail and strong work ethic. I pride myself in always exceeding objectives to ensure the comprehensive comfort and education of the patient. I am now positioned to bring my combination of self-motivation, strong work ethic, and education to a challenging new position within the caregiving community. In addition to my professional attributes, I can offer you the following personal qualifications: * A patient-centered philosophy rooted in the nursing process with attention to assessment, planning and implementation of the highest quality patient care and safety. * A positive, compassionate, eager to learn individual, effective at communicating with my patients, and accepting feedback/direction. * Exceptional motivation and the capacity to work productively. Realizing that this summary cannot fully communicate the benefits I can provide your loved ones, I would appreciate the opportunity to visit with you, personally. Thank you
I am a twenty year-old college student living and studying in Southern Illinois. I am very active in my church, and enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking or kayaking. Originally from Alabama, I spent my early childhood observing and helping my mother and grandmother care of my great-grandmother, who spent 40 years in a wheel chair due to a stroke. I consider myself fortunate for this personal experience with my great-grandmother, Ruth, because I witnessed firsthand how important it is to handle disability with dignity, respect, humor, and practicality. As my great-grandmothers abilities and needs changed, I watched her caregivers work to help find a "new normal," not only for my grandma, but for our entire family. As a caregiver, my personal objective is to not only ensure my patient's health needs are met, but also assist my patient in finding enjoyment or interest in each day.