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Elizabeth Elliot, MS, AGPCNP-BC, RN
123 Fake Street, City, State, Zip Code Cell: 000-000-0000 –

Professional Summary
Expert Adult and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner with extensive experience in hospital environments, sub-acute care, long-term care, and the community. Perform a broad range of professional advanced practice nursing, focused on providing compassionate, holistic evaluation and management of adult and geriatric persons including care of persons with complex medical and psychosocial needs in all settings. Expertise in team communication and leadership, staff mentoring, program support, and physician collaboration.

Licensure and Certifications
ANCC certified as Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner – 2013019482 Licensed Registered Nurse – License # RN039594 DEA Prescribing and Dispensing Authority NPI 1821064072 ACLS, BCLS – current

Core Qualifications
Compassionate Holistic Care Patient-Centered Approach Fiscal Responsibility Patient/Family Advocate Team Leadership Quality Assurance Patient/Family/Staff Education Resource Advocacy

Honored with “Employee of the Month” and “Employee of the Year” awards at Sun Health Hospitals. Led Prescott Lions Health Fair to success through effective coordination of nursing resources. Developed a community resource manual and engaged in outreach activities with Public Health Nurse at the Hualapai Reservation to improve access to quality healthcare for Native American veterans. Successfully mentored new RNs and NPs to achieve goals and contribute to exceptional health-care. Pooled resources with multiple teams to improve access and quality of health care to the community.

Nurse Practitioner September 2013 to Current NAVAHCS Prescott, AZ Provide holistic care to meet specific complex physical and psychosocial needs of primary care veterans. Provide compassionate, person centered care to those in the Community Living Center, including veterans in the Dementia Specialty Unit, Palliative Care/Hospice, short- and long-term patients in CLC presenting for rehabilitation. Maximize patient satisfaction through open communication, partnering with the veteran to develop the plan of care. Nurse Practitioner November 2012 to September 2013 Cigna Medical Group City, State Home visits and end-of-life discussions for high-risk managed care population for post hospital/SNF needs, urgent needs or crisis patients, and primary care to community members unable to travel to office. Supported Chronic Health Improvement Program (CHIP) by evaluating and treating transition patients from other health-care settings to reduce re-hospitalization rates. Empowered the patient/family to be involved in care and make healthy lifestyle choice while understanding rationale for required care through motivational education. Honored the persons’ right to self-determination through informed consent.

Elizabeth Elliot, NP, RN