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Megan Volkov, MS
Assistant Professor, Nursing - Graduate
School of Nursing
Work History 
Adult Nurse Practitioner (January 2013)
Loma Linda Center for Health Promotion

Adult Nurse Practitioner. Responsibilities include providing preventive and primary care services to the adult and geriatric populations.

 


Adult Nurse Practitioner (October 2009 - November 2012)
Claremont University Consortium

Adult Nurse Practitioner. Responsibilities include providing primary and urgent care services to both undergraduate and graduate students from 7 different colleges.

 


Registered Nurse (June 2008 - March 2010)
Advanced Ambulatory Surgery Center

Employed as a per diem pre-op and PACU registered nurse.  Responsibilities include direct care of pre-operative and post-operative patients in an out-patient orthopedic surgery center.


Assistant Professor (September 2007)
Loma Linda University School of Nursing

September 2007-June 2009-Employed as a contract clinical instructor in both Fundamentals of Nursing (214), Nursing of the Older Adult (309) and Learning Assistance Program (LAP). Responsibilities include overseeing beginning nursing students in both the acute and long term care facilities and conducting exam analysis and directed study.

July 2009-Present-Employed as an assistant professor. I currently coordinate Advanced Physical Assessment (NRSG 651), Advanced Physical Assessment for the Nurse Anesthetist (NRSG 566) and Primary Care Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner: Fragile Elders (NRSG 569).


Registered Nurse (January 2006 - December 2006)
Mat Su Regional Medical Center Home Care

Employed as a home health care registered nurse. A home health care nurse cares for patients across the lifespan and is responsible for assessment, planning, and implementation of the nursing process. Home health care nurse responsibilities include providing I.V. services, wound care services, disease process teaching and management, medication management and a variety of additional tasks.


Registered Nurse (January 2005 - December 2005)
Alaska Regional Medical Center

Employed as a registered nurse on the cardiovascular services unit and the cardiovascular observation unit. These units are telemetry units and provide care to adults with a variety of cardiovascular diagnoses and interventions. A nurse on these units is responsible for interpreting rhythms and providing accurate treatment based on collaboration with physicians, mid-level practitioners and standing protocols.


Registered Nurse (June 2004 - December 2004)
Yukon Delta Regional Hospital

Employed as a registered nurse on the medical/surgical floor. A nurse on this floor cares for patients across the lifespan and is responsible for assessment, planning, and implementation of the nursing process.