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Emily Kingsley

6615 Karsten Pl, Blacklick OH 43004 ekingsley@email.arizona.edu (614) 795-3292

EDUCATION
University of Arizona, Tucson, Expected: May 2018
Bachelors in Science Nursing (BSN), Cum Laude

CLINICAL ROTATIONS
Medical-Surgical Southern Arizona Veterans Affair Health Care System February, 2018-March 2018
Public Health Pima County Health Department January 2018-February 2018
Intensive Care Carondelet Saint Joseph’s Hospital August 2017-December 2017
Psychiatrics Palo Verde Behavioral Health Hospital August 2017-December 2017
Medical-Surgical Tucson Medical Center April 2017-May 2017
Pediatrics Tucson Medical Center March 2017-April 2017
Obstetrics Carondelet Saint Joseph’s Hospital January 2017-February 2017
Long Term Care Southern Arizona Veterans Affair Health Care System October 2016-December 2016

EXPERIENCE
American Red Cross
Sound the Alarm: Tucson, AZ March 2018
 Partnered with local Tucson fire department and other community partners to canvass at-risk neighborhoods
 Led education and fire safety efforts to families within Tucson community
 Participated in nationwide initiative to install 100,000 free smoke alarms across 100 US cities

Pima County Health Department


LifePoint Clean Needle Exchange Program: Tucson, AZ February 2018
 Provided people who inject drugs with clean supplies and appropriate education in efforts of reducing HIV,
viral hepatitis, and other blood borne infections by using sterile needles for every injection
 Helped assess clients’ potential abscesses and assist with referrals to suitable medical providers

UMC Banner Health


Banner Healthy Together Internship: Tucson, AZ January 2018-February 2018
 Accompanied nurse practitioner, registered nurse, pharmacist, social worker, and community health partner to
improve care for dual Medicare/Medicaid eligible patients
 Assisted with patient’s home healthcare in hopes of reducing avoidable hospitalization and emergency
department use, improve appropriate use of prescribed medications, enhance the quality of care, and improve
quality of life

Kiryat Shalom
Kiryat Shalom Rehabilitation Center: Tel Aviv, Israel May 2017-August 2017
 Provided behavioral and emotional support, companionship and supervision for all 90 mentally and physically
disabled adult residents
 Assisted residents with activities of daily living such as feeding and mobility assistance
 Cared and developed alternative forms of communication to interact with the resident’s various language
backgrounds including Hebrew, Arabic, and Russian

CERTIFICATIONS and LEADERSHIP


Institution for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) April 2018
Basic Life Support (BLS) certified through the American Heart Association February 2018
Wildcat Academic Excellence Tuition Award August 2014-Present
Head of Sigma Kappa Sorority’s Health Advocacy August 2015-August 2016
Dean’s List December 2014-May2015
Lead Volunteer, Mid-Ohio Food Bank June 2012-Present