Chief Nursing Officer

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Anamaria Stepanoff

anamaria.stepanoff@gmail.com | (631) 708-2243 | Milwaukee, WI

Summary


Experience


Chief Nursing Officer at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, WIMay 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of over 500 nurses and achieved a 97% patient satisfaction rating.
  • Reduced hospital-acquired infections by implementing new protocols.
  • Cut costs by $1 million through supply chain management initiatives.
  • Increased staff retention by 10% through improved working conditions.
  • Implemented new electronic health records system that led to better communication and coordination among care teams.

Senior Nursing Officer at University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics, WIJul 2020 - Mar 2022

  • Led a team of 20 nurses in providing care for 100 patients.
  • Implemented a new patient safety protocol that reduced the rate of hospital acquired infections by 30%.
  • Trained and mentored 5 new staff members.
  • Coordinated patient discharge planning to ensure efficient use of resources and avoid readmissions.
  • Presented at 3 national conferences on evidence-based nursing practices.

Nursing Officer at Aurora Health Care, WISep 2015 - May 2020

  • Led a team of nurses in providing care to 200 patients.
  • Implemented new policies that improved patient satisfaction by 15%.
  • Trained 50 new nurses on the hospital's systems and procedures.
  • Reduced medication errors by 10% through better education and communication with pharmacists.
  • Won "Nurse of the Year" award from the local chapter of the American Nurses Association.

Education


Bachelor of Science in Nursing at University of Wisconsin-MadisonAug 2011 - May 2015

Some skills I've learned are critical thinking, time management, teamwork, and effective communication.

Skills


  • Nursing
  • Management
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Critical thinking

Jakyra Hipwell

jakyra.hipwell@gmail.com | (489) 609-7283 | Sioux Falls, SD

Summary


Experience


Chief Nursing Officer at Avera Health, SDApr 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of nurses that improved patient satisfaction scores from the 50th percentile to the 89th percentile.
  • Reduced hospital-acquired infections by implementing new infection control protocols.
  • Decreased length of stay for surgical patients by streamlining postoperative care procedures.
  • Implemented a new electronic medical records system that increased efficiency and decreased charting errors.

Senior Nursing Officer at Sanford Health, SDSep 2019 - Mar 2022

  • Led a team of nurses in providing care for 500 patients.
  • Successfully implemented a new patient charting system that resulted in more accurate and efficient documentation.
  • Trained 50 new staff members on the use of the electronic health record (EHR) system.
  • Developed and implemented a falls prevention program that reduced patient falls by 30% over 6 months.
  • Led quality improvement initiatives that decreased hospital-acquired infections by 20%.
  • Chaired the Nursing Research Committee which conducted 5 studies resulting in publication in peer-reviewed journals.

Nursing Officer at Monument Health, SDJul 2015 - Aug 2019

  • Led a team of nurses in providing care to 100 patients.
  • Successfully completed training on new medical equipment.
  • Trained other nurses on the use of new software application.
  • Wrote and presented paper at state-wide conference on nursing practice.
  • Authored an article for the hospital's newsletter that was read by over 1,000 people.
  • Instituted a program that reduced medication errors by 35%.

Education


Bachelor of Science in Nursing at South Dakota State UniversitySep 2011 - May 2015

Some skills I've learned are critical thinking, time management, teamwork, and communication.

Skills


  • Nursing
  • Management
  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Clinical knowledge