"RN Wound Ostomy Full Time Days" AdventHealth SC Connerton
Location Address: 9441 Health Center Drive Land O' Lakes, Florida 34637
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Specialty hospital for medically complex patients
Pulmonary and Vapotherm Center of Excellence
Staff consists of all Registered Respiratory Therapist, 65% BSN or above RNâ™s, Current staff certifications include CCRN, PCCN, CNML, WCNC, NEA-BC, and RN-BC
Onsite BSN completion program partnership with South University with staff discounted rate
Simulation Lab and Clinical Transition Pilot Program
Full Time Days
You Will Be Responsible For:
Communicates with courtesy when interacting with internal or external customersâ”in person or on the telephone.
Demonstrates respect for co-workers and develops positive working relationships with other departments.
Uses the AIDET technique when interacting with patients.
Incorporates Caring Model behaviors and culturally competent care into daily practice
Demonstrates FHT commitment standards and values
Adheres to FHT standards for dress and professional appearance.
Demonstrate collaboration and teamwork
Participates in peer interviewing and peer review process
Considers factors related to safety, effectiveness, cost and impact on practice in the delivery of nursing services
The Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse assesses patient care needs associated with wound ostomy continence
Conducts and documents assessments and suggested interventions
The WOCN assesses educational needs of the nurse and potential educational needs across the organization through the review of annual nursing education survey and iteractions with nurses
Assists staff in developing and maintaining competency in maintaining skin integrity
Develops nursing diagnosis to meet the needs of wound, ostomy, incontinent patients.
Differentiates between a variety of wounds, ostomy types, incontinence types.
Conducts and documents patient teaching regarding self-care and disease process.
Selects ostomy supplies appropriate for patients needs and abilities
The WOCN supports evidence-based practice in identification of expected patient outcomes
Participates in conducting and documenting discharge planning needs by identifying post-hospital care
Collaborates with health team members by reporting of pertinent clinical information and providing suggestions for interventions to achieve identified patient outcomes
Coordinates trial and selection of skin/wound/ostomy products between health care team members and Materials Management Department
Selects or designs strategies to meet the multi-faceted needs of complex wound and ostomy patients.
Coordinates with other disciplines to meet established patient goals as evidenced by attending interdisciplinary team meetings or conferring with health care team.
Coordinates with management team to provide new employees with training time with WOCN
Develops and implements standards for skin breakdown prevention and treatment, wound and ostomy care, and urinary incontinence.
Incorporates new knowledge and strategies to initiate change in nursing practices if desired outcomes are not achieved.
Provides learning activities for clinical staff on an ongoing basis as evidenced by competency skills fairs, orientation classes, inservices, Resource Nurse training, and evidence-based programs.
Provides guidance to nurses and clinical staff in the evaluation of effectiveness of interventions in attainment of expected outcomes.
WOCN demonstrates effective staff training as evidenced by positive feedback provided by new employees on new hire orientation evaluations
Maintains safe practice by demonstrating clinical competency and demonstrating compliance with all regulatory standards
Demonstrates safe practice in the administration of wound care medications.
Demonstrates sensitivity to pain management by alleviating and reducing pain to level acceptable to patient.
Integrates ethical decision making into daily nursing practice
Integrates research findings and Evidence Based Practice into practice
Acts as a patient advocate
Demonstrates critical thinking skills appropriate to level of experience
Integrates population specific standards when planning care
Demonstrates commitment to professional and personal growth-i.e. completes all mandatory educational requirements, maintains CWOCN certification, attends 75% of department staff meeting, acts as designated preceptor for new hires re: to wound/ostomy care, chairs wound resource nurse program, member of professional nursing organization, attends hospital wide committees, member of shared governance council.
What You Will Need:
Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing with Bachelors Degree in Nursing or related specialty area
One or more years of nursing practice experience.
One year of practice in which leadership and teaching competence has been demonstrated
Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in Florida or Licensure from another state with verification of application and eligibility for Florida licensure by endorsement.
Board Certified in Wound, Ostomy Care (WOCN) or obtain within 6 months of hire
The WOCN serves as a care consultant and provider for patients with complex wound care needs and ostomy management. Accountable for collaborating with the health care team to define and communicate the expected patterns of care for this patient population. Provides leadership for education and research programs to support the advancement of wound and ostomy care and improvement of patient outcomes through implementation of evidenced based practice. Serves as a resource, leader, and role model for wound and ostomy care and functions as a liaison with the community, other health care professionals, and other disciplines regarding areas of wound and ostomy care.
The Registered Nurse provides self-directed, effective nursing care to groups of patients and other duties as assigned in accordance with Division of Nursing standards and pursuant to Florida Department of Professional Regulation, Chapter 464.003 (3).
AdventHealth Greater Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital) is one of the largest faith-based health care providers in the United States. For 150 years, we have carried on a tradition of providing whole-person care that not only addresses patients' physical ailments, but also supports their emotional and spiritual well-being. We demonstrate the same level of compassion and care for our employees as well, doing all that we can to help them realize their full potential – both personally and professionally.