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Kevin Stansbury
  • Male
  • Madera, CA
  • United States
  • Nurse
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Employer/Affiliation
Nurse
Primary Agency/Department Type
Hospital, Educational, Non-Profit, Military
Primary Department/Agency Name
Emergency Room
Department/Agency Web Site
http://www.central-valley-med.com
Years in EMS/Public Safety
5
Other Past or Current Departments
Critical Care, PACU, Combat Medic
My Training:
Registered Nursing
Licensed Vocational Nursing
EMT
Combat Medic
Nuclear Biological Chemical
About Me
I am an RN and Clinical Manager with over 20 years experience, including critical care, PACU, and ED. He is also a trusted and effective Mentor and Supervisor who provides moderate leadership; guides staff as needed while allowing autonomous decision-making.
Kevin’s career includes 13 years in the U.S. Army as a combat medic as well as a nurse. He served three tours of combat in Iraq during Desert Shield/Storm. He has also spent 5 years as Charge Nurse and 3 years as Relief House Supervisor as well as a Preceptor for a 300-bed hospital. He has served as a clinical manager for Adventist Health-Selma as well as Central Valley Medical. He has earned an MBA in Health Care Management with Project Management Certificate and a Bachelors of Science in Computer Networking to support management of IT healthcare systems.
Personal Site/Profile
http://www.central-valley-med.com
Relationship Status
Married

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IV Fluid Resuscitation

IV Fluid Resuscitation

The human body is composed of different fluid compartments and each compartment is important in regards to fluid resuscitation; however, each compartment must work in cohesion with the other.

Our bodies are made up of mostly water; and water is the key source of life. However, if the water in our bodies is not distributed correctly it can have…

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Posted on May 22, 2012 at 11:37am

Ther Art and Science of Teaching

Did you know that as nurses we perform over 300 million peripheral IV's in America every year?  This is a lot of IV starts especially if you think about how many people exist in America. That is nearly one IV for every American.
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Posted on May 14, 2012 at 5:47pm — 1 Comment

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At 6:45pm on May 15, 2012, aaron said…

Just Came Bye To Say Hi & Be Safe Out There

 
 
 
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