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Fountain Valley Regional Hospital is proud of the full range of quality services we provide. Since 1971, we have dedicated our efforts to meet and serve the medical needs of our growing community. We were the first hospital in Orange County to offer residents an accredited Chest Pain Center and a Thrombectomy Receiving Center certified by The Joint Commission. We are one of only two certified Pediatric ICUs in Orange County and the only hospital in Fountain Valley and Huntington Beach with a Level III Neonatal ICU. Weâ��re proud of the efforts of our physicians, nurses and staff who strive to provide you with the best care possible.
â�¢ Demonstrates proficiency and knowledge of current ostomy, skin, wound and incontinence management. â�¢ Provide consultation and direction on pre-op and post-op teaching in an individualized and convenient manner to patients undergoing ostomy surgery and appropriate family members. â�¢ Serves as a consultant for the treatment of patients with altered skin integrity. â�¢ Uses critical thinking skills and sound judgment based on evidence based practices when making the decision for appropriate wound care treatment â�¢ Takes responsibility for personal professional development by keeping up with current research in wound care management and shares the findings with the medical staff and administrative team â�¢ Conducts in-services and updates on wound and ostomy care, as requested to the Nursing and Ancillary departments. â�¢ Reviews all policies and procedures that pertain to Wound care and maintain the Wound Care Manual. Participates in the formulation, revision and review of all hospital policies and procedures pertaining to wound care â�¢ Attends lectures, seminars which deal with wound care and informs the hospital of the latest developments in wound management â�¢ Works effectively with coordinators, staff and other departments. Acts as a role model for the staff. â�¢ Delegate's portions of therapy appropriately to appropriate support staff for overall department efficiency. â�¢ Ensures staff makes recommendations for next level of care. â�¢ Ensures staff includes patient/family goals consistently for all patients. â�¢ Recognizes changes in a patient condition and communicates effectively with the team and physician to adjust the treatment plan. â�¢ Provides assistance and direction to Directors for development of new wound care programs, implementation and evaluation. Acts as consultant in areas of expertise. â�¢ Confers with others to identify learning needs and suggests or selects most appropriate learning solutions for addressing those needs â�¢ Manages logistic activities before during and after the educational event â�¢ Maintains department equipment and materials in a condition to promote efficiency. â�¢ Works with Director to recommend space, equipment, supplies and other resources needed for the provision of services. â�¢ Actively participates in hospital committees, task forces, projects and represents hospital through active participation in hospital-sponsored events. â�¢ Organizes, directs staff and department in a manner that is commensurate with the scope of services offered. â�¢ Demonstrates the ability to independently manage department projects and completes on a timely basis. Demonstrates knowledge of the change process through project implementation. â�¢ Provides consulting services and direction to the patients, family members, health care providers and physicians regarding wound care management. â�¢ Provides consultation and direction to patients, family members, health care providers and physicians for the management of incontinence. â�¢ Ensures that department is in compliance with JCAHO requirement. â�¢ In all aspects of consultation: -Initiate care to meet patient's needs. -Coordinate plan of care with physician/consultant. -Assess patient response to treatment. -Evaluate care provided by health care providers. -Documentation of teaching instructions and patient's response. â�¢ Serves as resource person for patient rounds, patient care conferences, clinical issues and assisting staff as needed. â�¢ Establish standards of care, policy and procedure related to ostomy, skin, wound and incontinence management. â�¢ Ensures that all relevant policies and procedures are current and research based â�¢ Approves and coordinates use of specialty beds. â�¢ Collaborates with medical director and other disciplines in the coordination, planning and evaluation of the Wound Care Program. â�¢ Reports to Administration monthly on the status of the program and the patient outcomes using compiled monthly and annual statistics. â�¢ Coordinates multidisciplinary rounds on a weekly basis and supervises documentation of assessments, treatments plans and patient progress. â�¢ Communicates individual and unit issues with the appropriate Unit Coordinator or Director and offers possible solutions and plans. â�¢ Maintains a professional, open relationship with administrative staff and utilizes them in coordination, planning and implementing projects. â�¢ Serves as a chair or member of departmental committees as requested. â�¢ Coordinates and provides clinical education of wound, ostomy, continence and skin integrity to health care providers and physicians. â�¢ Responsible for staff development and orientation to wound care guidelines as established in the Wound Care Program. â�¢ Participates in nursing orientation and assists Unit Coordinators in the assessment of new orientees' learning needs and goals. â�¢ Provides continuing education programs for licensed personnel. â�¢ Collaborates with the Medical Staff office and CME committee in providing multidisciplinary conferences and classes. â�¢ Maintains BLS Instructor certification and assists with BLS recognition and recognition as needed. â�¢ Maintains awareness of objectives and limitation of students affiliated with FVRHMC. Provides support as needed to hospital and school staff in communication of such. â�¢ Establishes and updates educational resource materials on the units for the health care providers. â�¢ Keep current with new products or technologies in WOC nursing. Inservice health care providers and physicians as products or technologies are introduced into the hospital, TCU or out patient setting. â�¢ Develop and communicate teaching guidelines for patient education needs to assure continuity and consistency in patient education. â�¢ Coordinate annual review of specialty patient education programs including associated brochures, support staff, and patient/ physician/ staff evaluation of services. Incorporate findings of this review into program improvements. â�¢ Assist in identification, coordination and development of community education programs in conjunction with marketing department. â�¢ Relief coverage will be provided by RN's oriented to this position or contracted nursing service with appropriate ET or WOC certification. â�¢ Attend seminars or courses annually to maintain current with WOC nursing and related technologies. â�¢ Maintain membership and participate in organizations related to WOCN. â�¢ Plan & Establishes system (S) for learning events to ensure that they meet the established goals and objectives â�¢ Uses available educational recourses (Subject Matter Experts, Regional Education Managers, approved standardized education, developed tools and templates) to develop and deliver education efficiently
A. Minimum Education: Knowledge and education necessary to obtain R.N. license in the state of California. B. Current American Heart Association BLS certification. C. Knowledge and education necessary to obtain a nationally recognized Wound Care Certification within 2 years of hire. D. Knowledge of/or experience with negative pressure wound therapy, HBO, and ostomy care preferred. E. Current American Heart Association BLS certification.
Minimum Experience: Two or more years of wound care or hyperbaric experience preferred. Prior leadership and/or teaching experience preferred. Spanish or Vietnamese as a second language desirable
The hospital, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to combine any of the above required experiences, or to consider applicants other work related experience in order to meet the above mentioned requirements.
Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicantâ��s or employeeâ��s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other legally protected status. Tenet will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.
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