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Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (Geisinger Commonwealth) is the newest member of the Geisinger Health System family. Geisinger Commonwealth offers a community-based model of medical education with campuses in Doylestown, Scranton, Sayre, Wilk...
Marc Incitti of Edwardsville, other members of Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine's Class of 2017, receive master of biomedical sciences (MBS) degreesMarc Incitti of Edwardsville and other members of Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine's (Geisinger Commonwealth) graduating Class of 2017 received master of biomedical sciences degrees at a c...Spring 2017Verified by Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
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Marc Incitti of Scranton, other first-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) students, receive white coat at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine ceremonyMarc Incitti of Scranton and other first-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) students received the first symbol of their new profession as Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (Geisinger Commonwealth...Summer 2017Verified by Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine
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Emergency Registered NurseSeptember 2014 - PresentExperience with assessing, diagnosing and treating a wide range of medical and psychiatric emergencies Adept at wound care, splinting, venipuncture for IV access, and placement of urinary catheters and naso/orogastric tubes Trauma-certified through the Emergency Nurses Association, TNCC Experience with wound care, splinting, and communicable disease management Experience acting as triage nurse
Critical Care Registered NurseMay 2013 - PresentExperience with the following: o STEMI and NSTEMI diagnosis and treatment, Post-Cardiac Arrest Hypothermia care, Post-Percutaneous Intervention care o Operation of Mindray Patient Monitoring Systems o Patient care requiring either Hemodialysis or Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Dialysis o Critical medications and how their indications change situationally (e.g. a cardiac or respiratory arrest) o Pulmonary toileting, endotracheal tube care and tracheostomy care and the importance of oral hygiene o Mechanical ventilation, including the rationale for mode selection, adjustments to rate, tidal volume, FiO2, and pressure support o End-of-Life care discussions as well as code status augmentation, in the absence of and assisting physicians o Interacting with Gift of Life and the medicolegal aspects pertinent to health care professionals o Recognition of metabolic disturbances (i.e. acid-base, electrolyte, etc.) and their clinical manifestations and treatments Actively certified to manage patient care including an IntraAortic Balloon Pump, Impella Percutaneous Ventricular Assist Devices, Maquet CARDIOHELP ExtraCorporeal Membrane Oxygenation ACLS, PALS * I have the unique ability to not only work regularly in critical care and the ED, but also I work on each Medical-Surgical floor (including orthopedics and oncology,) each Cardiac Telemetry floor, and as Admission Nurse. It is not a rare occurrence for me to work in four different hospital locations, caring for 10-30 different patients, throughout the course of a 16-hour shift. To the best of my knowledge, I am the only nurse at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital with this universal flexibility, and the only CCRN-CMC, CEN at WBGH.
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