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ROY ADDINGTON
raddington@salud.unm.edu
Curriculum Vitae
August, 2012-present
Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico-College of Nursing,
Albuquerque, NM. Provide instruction, clinical service, and committee
participation in support of the college’s mission.
Nurse practitioner, Lovelace Medical Center ER & Women’s ER, Albuquerque, NM, providing
acute, emergent and urgent care to all ages. Clinical care and management of patients admitted to the
Emergency Department at two metropolitan hospitals.

August, 2011-present
Nurse practitioner, Aztec Urgent Care, Aztec, NM, providing acute and immediate care to all ages 7-
days a week. Clinical evaluation and treatment include x-ray, laboratory, laceration repair as well as
medical management of acute exacerbations of chronic diseases.

November, 2009-August, 2011.
Family nurse practitioner, Presbyterian Medical Services-Farmington Community Health Center,
Farmington, NM, providing acute and chronic primary care for infants, children, teens, adults and
geriatric patients with complex social, economic, and physical needs. Consistently exceed
productivity goals for Presbyterian Medical Services’ Federally Qualified Health Clinics in New
Mexico primary care providers. EMR System based upon AHLTA platform.

September, 2007-October, 2009
Chief Nurse and staff primary care provider for US Army Health Clinic Bamberg, Germany. Care
for soldiers, dependents, retirees and civilian employees of the Department of Defense through
clinical judgment, judicious use of diagnostic materiel and referrals to maintain the high level of
quality care expected from a family nurse practitioner. Quality improvement in clinic processes to
include the development, implementation and management of telephone appointments, telephone
nurse advice, peer review. This allowed increased access to appropriate, effective care for the
Bamberg community and USAHC Bamberg to achieve highest patient access to care in Europe,
2009. Provide daily supervision of, and consultation for, nursing staff at USAHC Bamberg. EMR
systems were CHCS II and AHLTA.

August, 2005-December, 2008

Doctorate of Nursing Practice, University of Colorado, Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO.
Doctoral capstone: Quality improvement process; managing demand in fixed supply system:

May, 2006-August, 2007
Urgent and emergent acute care nurse practitioner, Emergency Department, St Vincent’s General

Hospital, Leadville, CO. Care for the urgent and emergent needs of patients in the emergency room
within the highest incorporated town in the US. Infant through elder patients visit 24 hours a day
for care, cure and healing in this small community located on Highway 24 at the base of Colorado’s
highest mountain:
August, 2005-June, 2006
Family nurse practitioner, Colorado Mountain Medical, Vail, Colorado. Urgent care and walk-in
appointments for residents and visitors to the Vail Valley. Caring for medical needs of infants
through adults to include internal medicine, orthopedic concerns and general practice needs of a
multifaceted population. Credentialed by the state board of nursing, Colorado, to evaluate, diagnose,
treat, prescribe and consult specialists in the care of men, women and children:
June, 2005
Family nurse practitioner, Locum Tenens, Staff Care, Cherokee Nation Clinic, Bartlesville,
Oklahoma, ambulatory and urgent care clinic. Provide primary care services for members of the
Cherokee Nation population within the Bartlesville area:

January, 2005-May, 2005
Nurse practitioner for occupational health clinic at Vail Valley Medical Center serving the needs of
local employers in medical management of workman's compensation according to Colorado
Division of Labor regulations. Management of minor injury and illness for Vail Valley Medical
Center; medical advice and prescribe recommended medications/vaccinations in the Traveler's
Clinic at Vail Valley Medical Center; and perform employee physicals for Department of
Transportation as well as other employers contracted for services:
September-November, 2004
Family nurse practitioner, Locum Tenen, Staff Care, Lake City, Colorado ambulatory and urgent
care clinic.
Provide primary care and urgent care services for local residents and visitors in the Lake City area.
May, 2004-January, 2005

Per-diem staff R.N. Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Medical-Surgical Department (PCU) and Post-
partum ward: Vail Valley Medical Center. Care of the patients with minimum to moderate acuity
medical and surgical diagnoses. Immediate post-partum care of mother’s and healthy neonates.
August, 2003-February, 2004
Captain, Army Nurse, PFC Jerrod Combat Hospital, Khandahar, Afghanistan. Seven days, 24
hour/day, nurse consultant for medical and surgical patients in patient holding area of combat
hospital. Mid-level provider for orthopedic follow up clinic. Primary care provider on humanitarian
missions to villages within Khandahar Province.

July, 2002-May, 2004
Captain, US Army Medical Department, Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Guthrie Army
Health Clinic, Fort Drum, NY, providing primary care services to empanelled, outpatient population
of women, children, adults and geriatric patients on a daily basis. Credentialed by a committee of
physicians, pharmacists and commanding medical officer to evaluate, diagnose, treat, prescribe and
consult specialists in the care of empanelled and urgent care patients. Credentialed to perform minor
procedures to include laceration repair, skin biopsy, I&D, toenail removal, EMB and IUD
placement. Clinical Practice Guideline champion for diabetes and asthma: facilitate staff and
provider training/adherence to guideline principles, evaluate programs and recommend performance
improvement measures to command staff.
March, 1999-July, 2002
Captain, US Army Medical Department, Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Landstuhl
Regional Medical Center (LRMC) Family Practice Clinic, Landstuhl, Germany, providing primary
care services to empanelled, outpatient population of women, children, adults and geriatric patients
on a daily basis. On call provider services for E.D. (LRMC) urgent care overflow. Credentialed to
provide primary care services and minor, ambulatory surgical procedures. Clinical Practice Guideline
champion for low back pain and tobacco cessation: facilitate staff and provider training and
adherence to guideline principles, evaluate and recommend performance improvement to command
staff.
August, 1996-December, 1998
Masters of Science, Nursing, Family Practice Nurse Practitioner. University of Northern Colorado,
Greeley, CO. Internship with physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants: Brush Family
Practice Clinic, Planned Parenthood, Brighton Community Health Clinic, Associates in Family
Medicine (Ft Collins) and CDC Denver Reproductive Health Clinic.
August, 1994-May, 1995

Bachelors of Science, Nursing, Greeley, CO.
January, 1992-March, 1999

ICU/CCU staff RN, North Colorado Medical Center, Greeley, CO. Care of critically ill patients and
post-operative recovery of cardio thoracic surgical patients.
May, 1991-December, 1998
ICU Staff RN, El Camino Hospital Los Gatos, CA. Care of critically ill patients in a private,
community hospital.
August, 1989-May, 1991

Associates of Science, Nursing, Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, CA.
Publications
Monthly Health Articles Tri-City Tribune, Farmington, New Mexico http://www.tricitytribuneusa.com/  Wash Your Hands! (Sep, 2011) Be Sun Savvy: slip, slap and slop (May, 2011) The Vaccine Hoax (April, 2011) St Patrick, The Celts and Salt (March, 2011) Heart Health Month (Feb, 2011) The Weight Loss Miracle is you, really! (Jan, 2011) Quarter for Your Thoughts (Nov, 2010)  It is Polite to Sneeze Into Your Sleeve (Oct, 2010)  New Mexico Board of Nursing
Advanced Practice Committee member: July 2012 through July 2014. Research/Presentations
Advanced Access, Enhanced Care Without Burnout. October 8, 2011 presentation for the American College of Nurse Practitioners 2011 National Conference, Denver, CO. Addington, R. (2008). Managing Demand Through Telephone Appointments and Nurse Advice. Unpublished doctoral capstone, College of Nursing, University of Colorado, Denver, CO. Conceptual Nursing Theories, application of theory in nursing practice (2005). Nursing Leadership Council, Vail Valley Medical Center, Vail, CO. Provider adherence to recommendations on the use of Terbinafine in the treatment of Onychomycosis (2000), Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany. Theory of Goal Attainment and treatment of chronic cough (1998), Oral and Written Master’s Comprehensive Examination, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley,. CO. Improving peak flow meter use among asthmatic pediatric populations through the use of a novel whistle device (1998), Research Project/Poster Presentation, University of Northern Colorado. Swan-Ganz catheter wave form morphology (1995), North Colorado Medical Center, Greeley, CO. Certification and Licensure
National Board Certification, Family Nurse Practitioner, American Nurse Credentialing Center: 1999- Mar, 2014. Certified Nurse Practitioner, New Mexico, Oct, 2010-Oct, 2012 New Mexico Registered Nurse, Oct, 2010 -Oct, 2012. BLS: Nov, 2008-Nov, 2012. ATLS: Nov, 2006-Nov, 2009. ACLS: May, 2007-May, 2009. PALS: Jun, 2007-Jun, 2009. ENPC, Emergency Nurses Association: 2005-2009. CCRN, American Association of Critical Care Nurses: 1996-1999. TNCC, Emergency Nurses Association: 1998-1999. Registered Nurse, California: 1991-1994. Affiliations
Sigma Theta Tau, International: 2007-present.

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