Nicollette M. Haubrich, MSN, FNP
December 2011, Maryville University, St. Louis, MO Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN, FNP).
August 2006, University of Missouri St Louis, St Louis, MO Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Accelerated Program (RN, BSN)
May 1994-1996, St Louis University, St Louis, MO Courses for Master of Hospital and Health Care Administration-12 credit hours completed.
Operating Room Staff Nurse.
September, 2006 -Present. Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center
Orthopaedic team leader-Participate in scheduled Orthopaedic team leader meetings with attending physicians and residents. Responsible for contacting sales representatives to organize instrumentation and implants for orthopaedic surgical cases. Responsible for organization of orthopaedic instrument trays in the sterile processing department. Circulate and scrub many of the more involved procedures for all surgical services. Resource for complicated Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery cases. Precept new nurses to the circulating and scrub role. Scheduled trauma call through the week and weekends. Recognize changes in patient status in the perioperative setting. Work side by side with Anesthesia providers, physicians, residents to provide exceptional care to neonates through young adults. Knowledge of EPIC computer system.
November, 2001-August, 2006. The Orthopeadic Center of St Louis
Obtain patient history, patient assessment, suture and staple removal, external fixator removal, venipuncture, sterile packing of open wounds, dressing application, cast removal, clean and sterilize instruments, assisted in procedure room with minor surgical procedures, obtain ftouroscopy films with mini C-arm. Pre-certify and schedule surgery and all other indicated tests. Knowledge of health insurance and workman's compensation. Schedule meetings for physician. Triage phone calls, phoned prescriptions in to pharmacy per doctor order. Assisted with credentialing physician for insurance and medical licensure.
Nov 15, 2001-July 8, 2002 Missouri Bone and Joint Center
Obtain patient history, patient assessment, suture removal, staple removal, dressing application, cast removal, splint application, clean and sterilize instruments, stock patient rooms and the procedure room, pre-cert and schedule tests and surgery, assist in the procedure room, obtain ftouroscopy films, schedule IME's, depositions, and meetings for Dr. Rotman, triage phone calls, medication refills, order supplies and instruments, credentialing for Dr. Rotman.
Nov 6, 2000 –Nov 15, 2001 St. Louis University Orthopeadic and Rehabilitation Center
Obtain patient history, patient assessment, suture removal, staple removal, dressing application, cast removal, assist with cast application, clean and sterilize instruments. Stock and clean patient rooms, return patient triage calls, medication refills. Weekly and monthly crash cart check.
January, 1994 -July 1999, full-time. July, 1999 -Nov, 2000, part-time
St. Louis University Orthopeadic and Rehabilitation Center
Computerized office scheduling through Meditech, SMS, and LSS. Organization of office for patient appointments: obtaining PT notes, test results, ER reports, OR reports, Xray jackets from the hospital and the clinic. Screen calls for urgency, schedule and pre-certify tests. Obtain necessary insurance referrals for patient office visits, collected co-pays, completed daily logs and monthly census. Assisted in the research for the hospitals new universal computer system.
Emergency Department Technician.
July, 1999 -Nov, 2000 St. Louis University Hospital/Tenet
Accountable for taking and reporting vital signs, performed EKG's and venipuncture. Assist in the minor procedure room with sterile procedures, assist in the trauma bays. Order entry for labs and central service supplies. Stocking of the crash carts, ensuring that all the devices on the crash cart were working properly, daily Zoll defibrillator testing, stocking the ER rooms-including the trauma bays. Set up IV lines, performed straight catheritizations under supervision, and assisted with foley placements. Assisted with pelvic exams, application of dressings and splints. Performed crutch training. Certified in CPR-infant, child, and adult.
Basic Life Support for Health care Providers Goals: Full-time position as a Family Nurse Practitioner Have a collaborative practice agreement within five (5) months of graduating. Continued care in the field of orthopaedics, working in collaboration with an orthopaedic surgeon developing plan of care for acutely ill or injured patients in all age populations.