Coordinates/facilitates/develops/provides trauma-related educational programs within the facility for hospital staff and medical staff.
* Promotes improvement of the health and well being of all trauma patients through excellence in patient care, teaching, and evidence-based practice
*Acts as a TNCC provider, with willingness to obtain instructor status within 6 months, and course director status within 18 months based on successful completion of all ENA and Trauma Services requirements
*Coordinates and implements injury prevention programs for the community based on trauma case data, evaluating effectiveness upon completion
*Develops and implements policy and procedure related to trauma patient care, processes, etc.
*Prepares reports at the direction of the trauma medical director and trauma services director.
*Acts in a pivotal role for Continual Readiness activities for inspections of the Trauma Service
*Represents Trauma and EMS Services at various internal and external committees and forums.
*Completes all mandatory education requirements of CJW Medical Center and the Trauma and EMS Services department.
*Promotes teamwork and positive relationships and collaborations with internal and external stakeholders
*Evaluate the EMS lounge in the Emergency Department to ensure that it is clean, stocked with food, and ensure that the electronic messaging board is up and running with the correct information displaying.
*Assist with EMS feedback and outreach projects (i.e. station visits).
*Acts in accordance with facility privacy policies and adheres to HIPPA regulations.
*Other duties as assigned by the department director.
*Minimum 5 years recent clinical experience in direct patient care in Emergency/ICU/Critical Care setting
*Clinical Proficiency in current trauma practice
*TNCC and ACLS Provider
*Basic Life Support Provider
Required: Associates Degree in Nursing
Preferred: Bachelors, Masters Degree and/or advanced certificate in Nursing or related field