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Gloria D. M., RN, MSN, MBA
Address: Shands Road
Goaldirected, resultsoriented professional with a significant medical back
ground. Skilled communicator, selfmotivated with initiative and focus. Areas of strength include:
* Problem Solving/Decision Making
* Flexible and Assertive
* Skillful Presenter
* Superb Documentation/Writing ability
* Experienced Manager with strong managerial skills
M. S. in Nursing, University of Phoenix Nursing Administration
M. B. A., University of Phoenix Healthcare Administration
B. S. in Nursing, Old Dominion University Norfolk, Virginia,
* S. in Nursing, John Tyler Community College Chester, Virginia.
Deputy Executive Director Discipline, present
Department of Health Professions DHP Virginia Board of Nursing
Manages and coordinates disciplinary proceedings/process related to violations of the Nurse practice Act and laws pertaining to the practice of nursing in the state of Virginia. This includes disciplinary actions related to licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, licensed nurse practitioners, all categories to include nurse anesthetists and certified nursemidwives and clinical nurse specialists. Communicates regularly with attorneys from the Administrative Proceedings Division at DHP, attorneys representing clients, sources of complaints and also the Office of the State Attorney General concerning alternative resolutions to disciplinary cases, scheduling, and discipline process inquiries. Responds to inquiries via phone and email, from the nursing community and general public
concerning policy, how to file complaints, and the process related to mandatory reporting laws. Has experience with managing discipline process related to licensure applicants with criminal histories and
Gloria Dianne M. RN, MSN, MBA
reinstatement applicants following suspension or revocation of nursing and other licenses. Provided presentations to nursing staff at various facilities, nursing students and other health care employees providing updates related to Board of Nursing policies and procedures.
Chief Nurse Institutions,
Virginia Department of CorrectionsHeadquartersOffice of Health Services
Provided supervision to all nursing staff of the Virginia Department of Corrections. Also administratively supervised state employed physicians, psychologists and dentists with clinical supervision provided by the Chief Dentist, Psychologist and Physician for the appropriate discipline Established policies and procedures related to health care for the offender population. Was actively involved with Human Resources in establishing recruiting and retention plan as well as presenting proposals to rectify salary compression among nursing staff statewide. Conducted interviews for all Head Nurse Candidates facilities across the state. Served as a resource to all institutions concerning health care issues. Assisted OHS Director with management issues provided technical assistance and information to staff, administrators, other state agencies, community providers and legislators. Attended oral presentations for contract proposals, served on several committees responsible for scoring and selecting proposals submitted by potential contractors related to provision of healthcare for correctional facilities. Responded to the impact of proposed state legislation, at the direction of the DOC Director, concerning offender health care, served on review committees related to viewing construction plans for new facilities as an expert related to the outlay of the medical area. Assisted facility investigative staff in the conduction of interviews, collection of pertinent documents, etc. during investigations involving health care staff in violation of DOC and/or state [policies. Organized the first annual correctional nursing conference held in which continues to be an annual learning and networking function for correctional nurses.
Medical Transfer Coordinator, July July
Virginia Department of CorrectionsOffice of Health ServicesHeadquarters
Monitored and facilitated sick offender movement throughout the state. Made weekly visits to MCV and other health care facilities providing inpatient care to offenders for the purpose of discharge planning and coordination of placement of offenders at a different site if necessary.
Worked in conjunction with classification and intake units to appropriately place offenders recently received from local and regional jails related to
Gloria Dianne M. RN, MSN, MBA
their medical needs. Gathered statistical data, compiled a report and presented it to executive management addressing the aging offender population. This led to creation of a committee, on which I served, to
design and develop the first assisted living facility for offenders in the state of VA. Completed development of Board of Nursing approved medication administration training manual for correctional officers employed at facilities with less than hours of nursing coverage.
Staff RN, Brunswick Women&;s Correctional Work Center June July
Solo provider of medical care for a bed female offenders Work Center for Women. Responsibilities included conducting sick call, medication administration, responding to emergencies at various work sites, phlebotomy, assisting physicians gyn, primary care, dentist and optometrist. Managed, provided and documented employee health for approximately security officers including annual OSHA required training, annual administration of TB, flu vaccines and Hepatitis vaccine to new staff and offenders. Provided medication administration training to all security staff.
Infirmary Charge Nurse, Greensville Correctional Center September June
Responsible for the daily operations of a bed infirmary for offenders and a staff of approximately registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants. Recognized training needs, developed, provided and scheduled inservices. Completed monthly staff schedules, provided employee health duties including annual administration of PPD&;s and recording results. Completed annual employee performance evaluations and provided facility wide CPR instruction as needed as a Red Cross CPR instructor.
Staff RN, John Randolph Hospital, January September
Provided patient care including assistance with ADL&;s, medication administration, treatments and performed shift charge nurse responsibilities as needed to patients on a progressive unit cardiac/telemetry step down. Rotated to CCU/ICU as needed. Successfully completed a critical care Course while employed at this facility.
Staff LPN, Virginia Correctional Center for Women, October December
Gloria Dianne M. RN, MSN, MBA
Responsible for medication administration, sick call, assisted physicians and performed classification duties such as documenting health histories of offenders
and performing phlebotomy. Assisted in maintaining audit files and other duties as assigned.
Housewife and Student Unemployed
Staff LPN, Hiram Davis Medical Center
Provided medication to include medication administration, assistance with ADL&;s and providing treatments.
Staff LPN, Petersburg General Hospital
Provided patient care, "monitor watcher", medication administration and treatments. Employed on progressive "stepdown" unit with rotation as needed to CCU/ICU.
Licensed as a Registered Nurse MultiState Privilege
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
American Nurses Association/Virginia Nurses Association
Available upon request