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Saul Simbeye

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About: I am looking for Registered Nursing jobs in the USA.
Email: tkarina1983@yahoo.com
Location: Nakonde, Central, Zambia
Home Location: Nakonde, Central Africa, Zambia
Professional Status: Employed
Looking For: Employment
Occupation: Registered Nurse
Skills: Saul;S CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL DETAILS

SURNAME: Simbeye

FIRST NAME: Tinkler Saul

AGE: 25 years old

GENDER: Male

DATE OF BIRTH: 1st January, 1983.

PLACE OF BIRTH: Musanza Village,
Nakonde District,
Northen Province,
Zambia.

NATIONALITY: Zambian

MARITAL STATUS: Married with one child.
(My wife is a registered nurse as well)

RELIGION: Christian

CURRENT ADDRESS: Monze Urban Clinic,
Box 660144,
Monze.
Southern Province.
Zambia

EMAIL: Simtinkler@yahoo.co

TELEPHONE: +260979511903
OR
+260979121559

PROFILE

Nursing is an art and science which is concerned with assisting the individual, sick or well, in the performance of those activities contributing to health or its recovery or to peaceful death that he would perform unaided if he had the necessary strength, will or knowledge, and to do this in such a way as to help him gain independence as rapidly as possible. It also aims at putting someone in the best condition for nature to restore or preserve health.



ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

1999-2001 Grade 12 certificate Isoka High School
1997-1998 Grade 9 certificate Mwenzo Basic School
1990-1996 Grade 7 certificate Tenga Primary School

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

2003 JULY - 2006 Diploma in General Nursing at Kasama School of Nursing for 3 years
and I was practicing at Kasama General Hospital.

REGISTRATION

I register with General Nursing Council of Zambia and we always renew our practicing licenses from 1st January to 30th March every year.


MY PASSPORT DETAILS

It contains 48 pages.

It contains all my details such as my full name, my Nationality, date and place of birth, NRC number, my occupation, my height, colour of my eyes and hair.

Passport Number is ZP003776.

It was obtained on 3rd February, 2009.

It will expire on 2nd February, 2019.

So it is valid for 10 years.

It is valid for all commonwealth and foreign countries.

Place of Issue was Lusaka just right here in Zambia.
Briefly this is what I can say about my Passport.










EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

DATE: 01/01/08 – UP TO DATE: Monze Urban Clinic in the Ministry of Health (I am still working at this Clinic).

TITLE: Nurse

POSITION: Registered Nurse (Acting as an in-charge at the moment)

DEPARTMENTS IN WHICH I HAVE WORKED

Outpatient department / Casaulty department { General cases}
 Surgical ward
 Medical ward
 Othorpaedic ward
 Trauma room
 Emergency room
 Paediatric ward
 Martenal and child health department
 TB room
 ART room
 Expanded Programme for child Immunizations( EPI )
 I also do night duty here
 Counselling.

REASONS FOR LEAVING

 Poor conditions of service and inadequate job satisfaction at the place of work.

DUTIES:

 Prepares the time table for all the nurses at the clinic.
 Acts as a team leader in the provision of nursing care services to a group of patients assigned to a team of nurses and I am accountable for the omissions and commissions of the team.
 Inspects emergency trays to ensure appropriate storage of drugs used in emergency care and to check expiry dates of drugs reserved for emergencies and return to pharmacy drugs that may have expired.
 Assesses the health status of individual patients. Identifies the health needs and continuously refines and updates the assessment through observation of the patients, analysis of information documented on patients records by junior members of the nursing team.
 Collaborates with other members of the health team to prepare the patient and or family emotionally to adapt life styles accommodate constraints imposed by Chronic illness and permanent disabilities, and to accept death when it is inevitable.
 Collaborates with other members of nursing team to maintain nursing records for continuity of care and legal and research purposes.
 Evaluates the work of junior members of the team to ensure that performance is consistent with established standards and prescribed plan of care.
 Assist with the compilation of statistical records at the Clinical level.
 Refers and reports pertinent information to other members of the health team (medical officers, senior nurses, social workers, occupational therapists etc) as necessary.
 Participates in the orientation of new recruits to the ward and clinical teaching of students.
 Institutes measures which ensure the safety of patients receiving treatment and care in accordance with established standards of care and policies of the hospital.
 Participates in the implementation of the developed nursing care plan, assuming direct responsibility for activities which require substantial knowledge of the underlying principles, skill and higher professional judgment.
 Implements the nursing portion of the prescribed medical treatment and assumes responsibility for assessing the appropriateness of the treatment, if the circumstances under which it was prescribed have altered or changed; and if prescriptions appear to be incomplete or incorrect.
 Develops and modifies individualized nursing care plans using information derived from systematic assessments and the prescribed medical plan of treatment. Sets short term and long term goals which are realistic in terms of patients prognosis, are consistent with the total plan of care and feasible in terms of human and material resources and time. Identifies for the team, nursing care activities appropriate for meeting individual; patient problems, and these activities encompass preventive, curative and rehabilitative aspects of care. Ensures that Nursing care activities to be undertaken are in compliance with the nurses act which governs the practice of nursing.
 Monitors patients’ progress or patients’ response to treatment through observation of the patient, analysis and interpretation of information documented on patients’ records by the junior members of the team.
 Draws the attention of the medical officer attending to the patient of any unfavorable change of condition and if the situation is life threatening, administers life saving drugs and initiates other life-saving measures such as Cardio-Pulmonary resuscitation.
 Determines patients teaching programs, and provides appropriate health instructions to the individual patient and or family in collaboration with other members of the health care team.































DATE: 01/03/2007 – 31/12/2007: Chilubi Rural Health Centre in Chilubi District in the Ministry of Health.
TITLE: Nurse
POSTION: Registered Nurse
DEPARTMENTS IN WHICH I HAVE WORKED

 Medical Ward{ General cases}
 Surgical Ward { General cases}
 Orthopaedic Ward
 Out Patient Department /Casaulty Department {General Cases}
 Trauma room
 Emergency room
 Paediatric Ward
 Labour ward ( Gynaecology and Obstetrical cases)
 ANC activities
 Isolation ward
 Expanded Programme for Child Immunisation.

REASONS FOR LEAVING

 Poor conditions of service and inadequate job satisfaction at the place of work.

DUTIES:

 Acts as a team leader in the provision of nursing care services to a group of patients assigned to a team of nurses and I am accountable for the omissions and commissions of the team.
 Inspects emergency trays to ensure appropriate storage of drugs used in the emergency care and to check expiry dates of drugs reserved for emergencies and return to pharmacy drugs that may have expired.
 Develops and modifies individualized nursing care plans using information derived form systematic assessments and the prescribed medical plan of treatment. Sets short term and long term goals which are realistic in terms of patients’ prognosis, are consistent with the total plan of care and feasible in terms of human and material resources and time. Identifies for the team, nursing care activities appropriate for meeting individual patients problems and these activities encompass preventive, curative and rehabilitative aspects of care. Ensures that Nursing care activities to be undertaken are in compliance with the nurses act which governs the practice of nursing.
 Acts in the absence of a Nursing Sister.
 Collaborates with nursing sister in taking custody of habit forming drugs. Ensures that issuing and administration of such drugs and all pertinent documents is in compliance with legal requirements.
 Participates in the implementation of the developed nursing care plan, assuming direct responsibility for activities which require substantial knowledge of the underlying principles, skill and higher professional judgment.
 Institutes measures which ensure the safety of patients receiving treatment and care in accordance with established standards of care and policies of the hospital.
 Ensuring that all the procedures such as wound dressing, medication and TPR/BP are carried out at the right time in accordance with established standards of care and policies of the hospital.
 Determines the relative importance of different aspects of care. Sets priorities, organizes day’s assignments and guides junior members of the team to implement the plan of care according to priorities.
 Collaborates with other members of the health team to prepare the patient and or family emotionally to adapt life styles accommodate constraints imposed by Chronic illness and permanent disabilities, and to accept death when it is inevitable.
 Collaborates with other members of nursing team to maintain nursing records for continuity of care and legal and research purposes.
 Evaluates the work of junior members of the team to ensure that performance is consistent with established standards and prescribed plan of care.
 Assist with the compilation of statistical records at ward level.
 Undertakes health surveillance of persons of all ages (in family planning clinics, maternal and child health clinics, ante-natal clinics). Provides preventive health services (e.g Immunizations and contraceptives) required. Prescribe treatment for minor symptoms and refer persons who show signs of serious health problems to a senior nurse or medical practitioner for investigations and treatment.
 Monitors patients’ progress or patients’ response to treatment through observation of the patient, analysis and interpretation of information documented on patients’ records by the junior members of the team.
 Draws the attention of the medical officer attending to the patient of any unfavorable change of condition and if the situation is life threatening, administers life saving drugs and initiates other life-saving measures such as Cardio-Pulmonary resuscitation.
 Determines patients teaching programs, and provides appropriate health instructions to the individual patient and or family in collaboration with other members of the health care team.




























DATE: 01/01/07 – 28/02/07: Mpulungu Rural health Centre in the Ministry of Health
TITLE: Nurse
POSITION: Registered Nurse
DEPARTMENTS IN WHICH I HAVE WORKED
 Medical Ward {General cases}
 Surgical Ward { General cases}
 Orthopaedic Ward
 Out Patient Department /Casulty Department { General cases}
 Trauma room
 Emergency room
 Paediatric Ward
 Gynaecological Ward
 Labour ward
 Isolation Ward (Both male and female Wards)
 High Cost department
 Expanded Programme for Child Immunizations.
 Counselling, testing and Care.



REASONS FOR LEAVING

 Poor conditions of service and inadequate job satisfaction at the place of work.

DUTIES:
 Acts as a team leader in the provision of nursing care services to a group of patients assigned to a team of nurses and I am accountable for the omissions and commissions of the team.
 Inspects emergency trays to ensure appropriate storage of drugs used in emergency care and to check expiry dates of drugs reserved for emergencies and return to pharmacy drugs that may have expired.
 Assesses the health status of individual patients. Identifies the health needs and continuously refines and updates the assessment through observation of the patients, analysis of information documented on patients’ records by the junior members of the nursing team.
 Develops and modifies individualized nursing care plans using information derived from systematic assessments and the prescribed medical plan of treatment. Sets short term and long term goals which are realistic in terms of patients’ prognosis, are consistent with the total plan of care and feasible in terms of human and material resources and time. Identifies for the team, nursing care activities appropriate for meeting individual; patient problems, and these activities encompass preventive, curative and rehabilitative aspects of care. Ensures that Nursing care activities to be undertaken are in compliance with the nurses act which governs the practice of nursing.
 Determines the relative importance of different aspects of care. Sets priorities, organizes day’s assignments and guides junior members of the team to implement the plan of care according to priorities.
 Participates in the implementation of the developed nursing care plan, assuming direct responsibility for activities which require substantial knowledge of the underlying principles, skill and higher professional judgment.
 Implements the nursing portion of the prescribed medical treatment and assumes responsibility for assessing the appropriateness of the treatment, if the circumstances under which it was prescribed have altered or changed; and if prescriptions appear to be incomplete or incorrect.
 Monitors patients’ progress or patients’ response to treatment through observation of the patient, analysis and interpretation of information documented on patients’ records by the junior members of the team.
 Draws the attention of the medical officer attending to the patient of any unfavorable change of condition and if the situation is life threatening, administers life saving drugs and initiates other life-saving measures such as Cardio-Pulmonary resuscitation.
 Evaluates the work of junior members of the team to ensure that performance is consistent with established standards and prescribed plan of care.
 Refers and reports pertinent information to other members of the health team (medical officers, senior nurses, social workers, occupational therapists etc) as necessary
 Undertakes health surveillance of persons of all ages (in family planning clinics, maternal and child health clinics, ante-natal clinics). Provides preventive health services (e.g Immunizations and contraceptives) required. Prescribe treatment for minor symptoms and refer persons who show signs of serious health problems to a senior nurse or medical practitioner for investigations and treatment.
 Consults patients, prescribes treatments and imitates investigations which aid in diagnosing problems when assigned to ambulatory care settings (clinics and out patients’ departments) and when necessary make appropriate referrals to other health care workers.
 Collaborates with other members of the health team to prepare the patient and or family emotionally to adapt life styles accommodate constraints imposed by Chronic illness and permanent disabilities, and to accept death when it is inevitable.
 Collaborates with other members of the nursing team to maintain nursing records for continuity of care and legal and research purposes..
 Collaborates with nursing sister in taking custody of habit forming drugs. Ensures that issuing and administration of such drugs and all pertinent documents is in compliance with legal requirements.
 Participates in the orientation of new recruits to the ward and clinical teaching of students. .
 Assist with the compilation of statistical records at ward level
 Institutes measures which ensure the safety of patients receiving treatment and care in accordance with established standards of care and policies of the hospital.
 Acts in the absence of a Nursing Sister or Nursing Officer.
 Determines patients teaching programs, and provides appropriate health instructions to the individual patient and or family in collaboration with other members of the health care team.
 Undertakes any other related duties as required to meet the exigencies of the service.





















CAREER OBJECTIVES
 To provide quality nursing care to all the sick with all the skill and understanding I possess, without regard to race, creed, colour, politics, or social status, sparing no effort to conserve life, to alleviate suffering and to promote health through maintenance of professional excellence.
 To respect at all times the dignity and religious beliefs of the patients under my care, holding in confidence all personal information entrusted to me and refraining from any action which might endanger life or health.
 To Endeavour to keep my professional knowledge and skill at the highest level and to give loyal support and co-operation to all members of the health team.
 To honour at all times the International Code of Ethics applied to Nursing and to uphold the integrity of the Nurse.
 To Provide preventive, restorative and supportive health care services which assist, individuals, families and groups of people in the promotion and maintenance of health, or
when life can no longer be sustained to a peaceful and dignified death, on a 24 hour basis.




























REFEREES


1. Mr Muulu Elson,
Kasama School of Nursing,
BOX 410056,
KASAMA .
Nothern Province.
Zambia.
MOBILE: +260977815171
EMAIL: Emuulu@yahoo.com



2. Mr Dominic Phiri,
Monze D.H.M.T,
Box 660144,
Monze.
Southern Province.
Zambia.
MOBILE : +260977400067
EMAIL: Phiridominic@yahoo.co.uk



3. Mr Joshua .C Pomboloka,
Chilubi Rural Health Centre,
Box 430039,
CHILUBI
Northern Province.
Zambia.
MOBILE : +260979469611
EMAIL : Chandapombs@yahoo.com










KEY SKILLS
 I am Computer literate

SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS

 I was awarded an Academic Certificate for best in Religious Education at Isoka High School in 1999
 We produced a Research documents on Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Expectant Mothers towards ANC Services at Kasama School of Nursing
 I was again awarded a professional certificate in the management of ARVs and Opportunistic infections in adults on 20tth May, 2008.
 I have been trained in Direct Observed Therapy {DOTS ] so as to manage TB patients on anti- TB drugs nicely.
 I have also been trained in Diagnostic Counseling and Testing { DCT } so as to manage patients with TB, STI and HIV/AIDS related infections properly

HOBBIES
 Watching soccer
 Listening to gospel music
 Reading novels
 Touring nice places
 Listening to international news.
Interested In: Men, women
Relationship Status: Single
Looking For: Friendship
Height: 5'4" (163 cm)
Smoking: Non-Smoker
Religion: Christian
Hobbies & Interests:  Watching soccer
 Listening to gospel music
 Reading novels
 Touring nice places
 Listening to international news.
Favorite Music: Gospel Music
Favorite TV: Super Sport Channel
Favorite Films: Gospel films
Favorite Books: Lipincotty Manual for Nursing Practice

Medical-Surgical Nursing

Novels
Favorite Quotes: Gods Message
Screen Names: SaulSimbeye (Yahoo)
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