RN Stroke Program Coordinator
Company: Sentara Healthcare
Posted on: September 15, 2018
The Registered Nursing (RN) is responsible to perform a competent level of nursing care as demonstrated by the critical thinking model known as the nursing process. The standards of practice (assessment, diagnosis, outcomes identification, planning, implementation, coordination of care- teaching and health promotion and evaluation) along with the standards of professional performance (ethics, culturally congruent practice, communication, collaboration, leadership, education, evidence- based practice /nursing research, quality, evaluation, resource utilization, and environmental health) encompass the actions and foundation of professional nursing. The RN possesses clinical knowledge and skills to meet standards as required by specific clinical areas. Education Level RN-Associate's Degree OR RN-Bachelor's Level Degree OR RN-Diploma (Non-degree) OR RN-Doctorate Level Degree OR RN-Master's Level Degree Experience None, unless noted in the "Other" section below License Required: Registered Nurse Preferred: Basic Life Support Skills None, unless noted in the "Other" section below Other New Hire Education Requirement: All Registered Nurses who do not have their BSN will be required to sign a BSN Agreement committing to successfully obtain their BSN within 5 years of hire. BSN or MSN preferred. Meets and maintains any requirements defined by specific specialty; Critical Care/IMCU/EP/Advanced Heart Failure Center/SMG Cardiology Practices- ACLS within 1 year of hire; Emergency Care - ACLS & PALS or ENPC within 1 year of hire; Oncology Care ONS/ONCC or Sentara approved course Chemotherapy & Biotherapy Provider Card within 6 months of hire. Women's Care - Perinatal departments; NRP within 6 months of hire. Inpatient Pediatrics. PALS within 6 months of hire. All Direct Care RN's required to have BLS within 90 days of hire. Sentara Norfolk General is hiring a RN Stroke Program Coordinator. Position Overview : The Registered Nurse (RN) Stroke Program Coordinator is responsible for overall hospital stroke program management in collaboration with the Stroke Medical Director. Provides professional, clinical nursing, and technical knowledge, skills, and expertise required for the provision and continuity of comprehensive neurological and stroke patient care. The Stroke Program Coordinator will ensure the assessment, management, implementation, and evaluation of interventions set forth by accrediting agencies for disease specific program certifications and CMS. These functions are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations of the organizations philosophy, policies, procedures and standards. Requirements: Successful candidates will have two or more years clinical acute nursing experience. Preferred experience with stroke patients. Certification preferred. Facility Highlights : Serving as a destination medical center in the mid-Atlantic region, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital is a Level 1 trauma center in Norfolk, Virginia, home to the Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance, regions first Magnet-- hospital and nationally ranked heart program at Sentara Heart Hospital. Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, on the Eastern Virginia Medical Campus, is a large 525-bed medical center, which serves as the primary teaching institution for the adjacent Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS). Our partnership with EVMS combines the latest innovations in technology, research and clinical care, to offer advanced diagnostic and therapeutic services. www.sentaranorfolkgeneralrn.com
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