Nataliya Borysyuk
108 Treeland Circle  Syracuse NY, 13219
(347) 454-4560  nb92743n@pace.edu
Objective
Ambitious nursing ...
 Work with R25
 Preparation for Special Events
Pace University Welcome Center: Pleasantville, NY
Tour Guide: January 201...
 Carry out special orders or treatments as directed by the Charge Nurse, including:
special skin care, specimen collectio...
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Nataliya Borysyuk Resume

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  • 1. Nataliya Borysyuk 108 Treeland Circle  Syracuse NY, 13219 (347) 454-4560  nb92743n@pace.edu Objective Ambitious nursing student with over 300 hours of clinical experience in the health care field with a passion for learning and growing professionally within a dynamic healthcare environment. Education Pace University Lienhard School of Nursing: Pleasantville, NY Expected: May 2017 Bachelor of Science in Nursing, GPA: 3.18 Minor: Psychology West Genesee SeniorHigh School: Camillus, NY High School Diploma ClinicalExperience Geriatrics Bethel Nursing and Rehabilitation Center: Croton-on-Hudson, NY Spring ‘14 Psychiatric New York Presbyterian/Westchester Division: White Plains, NY Spring ‘14 Pediatrics Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital: Valhalla, NY Fall ‘14 Medical-Surgical Phelps Memorial Hospital Center: Sleepy Hollow, NY Fall ‘14 Obstetrics Phelps Memorial Hospital Center: Sleepy Hollow, NY Spring ‘15 Adult Nursing Phelps Memorial Hospital Center: Sleepy Hollow, NY Spring ‘16 Work Experience Medical Report Transcriptionist: New York, NY Assistant: November 2009-August 2013  Assist in writing, editing, and compiling medical reports  Reviewing accident related reports and compiling them into one report.  Decide which information should be included or excluded in reports.  Distinguish between homonyms, and recognize inconsistencies and mistakes in medical terms, referring to dictionaries, drug references, and other sources on anatomy, physiology, and medicine.  Return dictated reports in printed or electronic form for physicians' review, signature, and corrections, and for inclusion in patients' medical records. Pace University Special Events Office: Briarcliff Manor, NY Student Assistant: September 2012-May 2014  Assist with anything needed in the office  Answer phone calls and take down messages
  • 2.  Work with R25  Preparation for Special Events Pace University Welcome Center: Pleasantville, NY Tour Guide: January 2013-Present  Give prospective students a tour of the school  Communicate with students’ parents  Provide event support  Positively represent the diversity & academic excellence Pace University Welcome Center: Pleasantville, NY Student Assistant: May 2014-Present  Responsible for operating the Welcome Center office  Performing various administrative tasks  Answering phone calls and emails  Answering questions for students, staff, faculty, and prospective students/families  Work with Internet Native Banner System  Work with payroll sites The Jangi Household: Chappaqua, NY Nanny: September 2014-December 2015  Looked after two children – 5 year old boy and 17-month-old boy.  Meal preparation, feeding, diapering and monitoring.  Carried out daily activities to meet the children’s physical and emotional needs.  Played with the children and took them on walks/to the playground and library. The Jeski Household: Cicero, NY Nanny: Summer 2015  Looked after two children – 2.5 year old girl and 4 year old boy  Handled routine nanny duties as listed above Phelps Memorial Hospital: Sleepy Hollow, NY Medical/Surgical Technician: January 2016 – Present  Provide care to reflect the varying ages and needs of a diverse population over the full course of the patient’s life span.  Answer call lights quickly whether that of assigned patient or not.  Maintain constant vigilance over patients taking necessary safety precautions, including hourly rounding (call lights within reach, bed in lowest position, etc.).  Maintain patients’ rooms in neat, orderly and safe manner with clear walk-in area.  Utilize the Hospital computer system.  Respect the privacy and security of patients’ personal healthcare information.  Administer daily care to the patients in an effective, timely manner.  Assist the patients with meeting hygiene needs and activities of daily living.  Assist with ambulation, diet, dressing and undressing patients and changing the bed linen.
  • 3.  Carry out special orders or treatments as directed by the Charge Nurse, including: special skin care, specimen collection, intake and output measures, vital signs, EKGs, bladder scans, compresses, accuchecks  Observe the patient’s condition and report immediately any unknown signs, symptoms or unusual occurrences to the Charge Nurse or Clinical Nurse Manager.  Assist in admission, transfer, and discharge of patients Certifications, VolunteerServices, and AdditionalSkills  CPR certified through American Heart Association  Colleges Against Cancer Relay Team Captain  Phi Sigma Sigma Special Events and Social Chair  Fluent in English, Ukrainian, and Russian  Microsoft: Word, Excel, Power Point, HTML skills

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