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Thomas  Martin, RN
Norwalk, CT • 971.292.4526 • thomas.nmcclu@hotmail.com


Highly enthusiastic nursing professional showcasing significant clinical experience, coordinating and providing the highest quality patient care. Dedicated Registered Nurse featuring work history in various fast-paced nursing environments, including neuro-surgical, pediatric, and cardiac intensive care. Dependable, culturally sensitive team player, skilled in fostering rapport and addressing needs. Boasting a proven track record delivering sustainable results and providing competent and humane care.


Patient Education | HIPAA Compliance | Teaching & Mentorship | Medical Knowledge | Vital Assessment | Patient Interaction
Critical Thinking | Monitoring | Collaboration | Quality Patient Care | Fostering Relationships | Attention to Detail | Organization
Oral & Written Communication | Care Coordination | Reporting & Documentation | Integrative Health | Patient Assessment
Leadership | EPIC Electronic Charting | Community Liaison | Working Under Pressure | Customer Service | Adaptability


Licensed Registered Nurse  – Current
States of Connecticut and Oregon

CPR | BLS | PALS  – Current
American Heart Association


________; Portland, OR – 2014 – Present
Registered Nurse | Pediatrics Neuro-Surgical Acute Care Unit

  • Assumed accountability in providing education to patients and families, ensuring they fully understand the treatment and care plans.
  • Provided quality care to patients ages 0-22, including patients dealing with VP shunt placement/externalizations, bolts, trauma, sz disorders including diagnostics and interventions, VNS, pre-transplant prep, renal dz requiring Rituximab, respiratory illnesses, chronic children on ventilators, g/j tubes, adrenal/hormonal disorders, total care kids, as well as ICU overflow and push back.
  • Communicated effectively with physicians, nurses, members of the healthcare team, patients and their family members.
  • Performed admission, discharge, and transfer procedures and assisted other nurses in patient care.
  • Administered medications and treatments, as well as monitored and documented treatment/medication effectiveness.
  • Operated in continuous partnership with department colleagues, providers, and other healthcare team members and medical staff, and community referrals to provide patients and families with coordinated medical care.
  • Managed data entry duties and monitoring documentation of service delivery, program processes, and other administration.

_______; Salem, OR – 2009 – 2013
Registered Nurse | Integrated Cardiac Unit

  • Delivered quality healthcare within the integrated cardiac unit through physical assessments, patient education, and monitoring.
  • Performed in-depth physical assessment and application of physical data to patient diagnosis or disease state.
  • Monitored and responded to arrhythmia in an acute care setting as part of an integrated cardiac acute care.
  • Initiated and maintained protocols for ACS, heart failure, A-fib and heart blocks, including drawing labs for diagnostics, placing PIVs, and starting drips for the protocols such as nitroglycerin, heparin, Amiodarone, Cardizem and Doputamine.
  • Received incoming coronary artery bypass grafting and cardiac trauma patients.
  • Originated and monitored aortic balloon pumps, bedside continuous dialysis, hypothermia protocol, invasive hemodynamics including wedge pressure, vasoactive drips, and ventilator machines.
  • Facilitated electric and chemical cardioversions and supported pre- and post-op patient care of PCI, including pulling sheaths.
  • Provided care to telemetry patients, including initiating and provided assistance during code blues by taking all the roles involved in the codes from CPR, passing meds to running the code, and recording.
  • Communicated effectively with physicians, nurses, members of the healthcare team, patients and their family members.


_____ University; College Place, WA – 2009
Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing