Wound Care CoordinatorDallas, Texas
- Develop treatment plan according to current wound care protocols; explain dressing rationale, institute preventive measures and monitor results of care delivered; communicate information to Supervisors and Director of Quality Management
- Advise physicians on status of wound patients
- Provide demonstrations on dressing techniques to educate and orient in-services nurses; give hands-on instruction regarding the principles of asceptic technique
- Provide a list of patients with Nosocomial pressure ulcers which includes patient's name, site, state, support surface and dates of evaluation to the Director of Quality Management
- Identify patients requiring debridement procedures and alert attending physician
- Identify nutritional deficiencies, coordinate with Health Care personnel to solve nutrition problems and report results to respective supervisors
- While performing daily rounds, assist in delivery of patient care to accomplish wound care tasks
- Ensure adequate materials are on hand for every patient
- attend wound care education programs designed to enhance the benefits patients can derive from the most recent techniques/procedures available
As a Wound Care Clinician you will have:
- Graduate of an accredited nursing program leading to licensure as an Registered Nurse (RN)
- Current state Registered Nurse (RN) license.
- BCLS certification.
- Three (3) years nursing experience with experience as an acute care nurse.
- Previous experience in wound care highly preferred.
- WOCN, WCN-C Preferred
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