Hi, My name is Toni Burton-Walker. I am a retired Registered Nurse Administrator & Educator. I am a mother of four and grandmother of 5.
I am a people person and a self-starter. Though I medically retired from nursing after 35 years; I started a Non-Profit program to give back to my communty. I operated that program for 10 years. I was able to provide jobs for 15 staff members as well as running a State Accredited Day Care Center, a mentoring program with on-the-job training for young underprivledged women, an after school program program for school age children, and a State Food Pantry for my community. This program was closed due to COVID-19. I have been a Notary for one year and I am now venturing out as a Notary Signing Agent. I'm very excited as I embark upon this new career and I'm excited about the opportunity to meet new people and to help with loan signings.
~Partial Resume Below~
Toni Burton-Walker MHA, BSN, RN Experienced professional with technical, communication, and supervisory skills.
• Proven ability to plan and implement complex projects and to budget with limited resources.
• Skilled in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Outstanding written and verbal skills.
• Supervised and worked with the State of AR in audits of childcare therapies and services. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
LPN-RN Transition Nursing Instructor & Advisor
SEARK College, Pine Bluff, Arkansas Director of Clinical Services, Kids First
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences • Demonstrated skills in management, leadership, and teamwork.
Supervised 22 healthcare professionals, assuring the development, assessment, dissemination, and evaluation of pediatric medical intervention.
Served as an expert consultant to nurses and other health professionals in the utilization of Medical Services processes.
Launched and managed a nursing station that accommodates 4 nurses and 94 children, of which 15 receive 34 gastrostomy feeds and 9 urinary catheterizations per day.
Serves as Kronos Time Keeper to enter payroll information electronically for 40 staff.
Administratively approves purchases for large clinic supplies through electronic database.
Traveled to nursing schools to provide educational opportunities and develop schedules for their rotation to our clinic site.
Participates in research continuation by treatment of children that identify the correlation between premature/medically complicated children and the diagnosis of developmental delay.
Performed quality assurance audits, Medicaid audits, Developmental Disability audits and medical chart reviews; and facilitated motivational workshops for staff.
• Displayed abilities in written, oral, and interpersonal communications.
Formulated reports for the administrative office regarding the overall achievements of the clinic.
Served as preceptor for the education and exposure to clinical experience.
Trained more than 40 staff members in CPR, First Aid, and Health and Safety training.
Wrote and received grants from the Med Immune-Synagis Corporation for the statewide assessment and education of parents regarding the Respiratory Syncytial Virus.
• Proved capability to remain current on technological advances.
Disseminated education to other professionals, paraprofessionals, and general employees and to parents of children with special needs in the community.
Promoted improved interventions and patient care, and evaluated patient outcomes.
Maintained an active role in broad and complex service needs of adults and children. EDUCATION
Licensed Practical Nurse Pine Vocational Technical School (1982)
Associate of Science in Nursing Southern Arkansas University (1993)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (2006)
Master of Healthcare Administration Webster University, Little Rock (2008) PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
Arkansas Children’s Administrator’s Certificate & TAPP Trainer
Arkansas State University(ASU), Jonesboro, AR
ASU Contract Auditor for Century 21 Federal Grant Program
Director’s Training for the Department of Health and Human Services (60 hours, June 2006)
Health Assessment Credentialing (50 hours of Nursing Continuing Education, December 2004)
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Automated External Defibrillation & First Aid Instructor
American Heart Association Certification (1994-Current)
Self -Taught -Grant Writer Founder of “Precious Hearts” Student Center