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Dena Bryant
Benton, KY 42025

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Graduate of Murray School of Practical Nursing
Kentucky Administrators License
South Marshall High School; Murray State University
B.S. Elementary Education/English, 

Work Experience: 

Lake Way Nursing and Rehabilitation
Green Acres Health Care Facility
Year' 1 Administrator
Britthaven of Benton Nursing Facility; KAHCF
aspects of the nursing home itself.
Britthaven of Benton Nursing Facility
Britthaven of Benton Nursing Facility
worked in the capacity of Medical Records Clerk. I was also in charge of Inventory of Supplies. Jerry Rogers was my supervisor, Area Administrator.
Women's Health Care Associates of Paducah
Women's Health Care Associates of Paducah
Health Care
1992. While at Women's Health Care, I served in the capacity of Laboratory Technician in the beginning. I then became the Assistant Office Manager. In this capacity, I worked along with the Office Manager in her duties, including supervision of staff members. I assisted with coding and billing procedures and pre-certification of procedures to be performed, both inpatient and outpatient, as well as scheduling the procedures at the surrounding hospitals. I also acted as LPN when needed by the physicians and assisted the Medical Records Clerk. Sandy Ruddle, Office Manager.
Western Baptist Hospital
Western Baptist Hospital
the capacity of LPN on the telemetry Unit in the hospital. Ted Henderson, RN, supervisor.
Pharmacy Technician
Wurth's Pharmacy; Mark Wurth.
setting up patient accounts in the computer, using ICD-0 coding, Medicare/Medicaid billing, filling prescriptions, printing physicians orders, medications, and treatment sheets, to mention a few of my responsibilities. Mark Wurth. Owner.
Social Service Director
Oakview Manor Health Care Center
which dealt with auditing and thinning charts, CPT/ICD-9 coding, writing care plans for the residents, and Marketing Chairperson of the facility. I began Director of Nursing in Jan. 1987. I supervised approximately 50 employees, dealt with the monthly budget, ordered supplies, was the computer input person that placed the physician's orders in the computer for all the residents then printed out order sheets, treatment, and medication sheets each month, making any corrections that were needed. I was responsible for 118 residents that resided in the facility. I worked along side with the Admissions Coordinator with the Medicare/Medicaidbilling of the patients. Our facility passed annual state inspections with a minimum of

deficiencies. I also assisted the Charge Nurse as needed, was responsible for the upkeep of the OSHA log and the Workman's Compensation claims, as well as competing all the paper work that was requiredby the Corporation and State Regulations, to mention a few of my dutiesof DNS. I then became ADNS in April of 1988, as the facility obtained certified beds, and this required the DNS to be an RN. In the capacity of ADNS, I continued with most of the above duties as well as assisting the DNS with her duties. Terry Skaggs, Administrator.
Lourdes Hospital
Lourdes Hospital
Med-Surg Floor for three years and the Recovery Room for approximately nine months. I was Team Leader as well as a team member. Jeanetta Berry and Donna Amlingmeyer, RNs, both were supervisors.

Language Skills: 



coding, DNS