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In the first year of employment, the McLeod nurse should become competent in the skills needed to meet patient care needs. Care to our patients must be competent, safe, individualized and holistic. The focus on quality of care and safety provided to patients, drives our nurses to engage in their commitment to the organization and to the profession. Nursing practice is built from the Mission, Vision and Values and strategic plan of McLeod Health. We are committed to serving as an institution that facilitates the continuing education of all nurses. We further believe qualified staff who are interested and have demonstrated positive results in improving outcomes, avoiding complications, showing expertise and demonstrating proficiency in use of state of the art technology should be considered for promotions within the organization.
- Job Type: Full-Time
- Job Level: Mid
- Travel: Minimal (if any)
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"Nursing at Mcleod is not a “job”. Nursing at Mcleod is an opportunity to be part of an awesome team that allows you to provide excellent care to patients and grow as a professional."
— Tammie, Assistant Director of Emergency Department at McLeod Health
McLeod Health can help you get off to an excellent start.
Safe Patient Handling and Mobility Coordinator (FT) - McLeod in Florence
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- Job Description
This position provides oversight, education, training and hands on assistance of the Safe Patient Handling equipment. Requires
understanding of patient care activities, patient assessment and understanding of the equipment to ensure the correct equipment is
used at the appropriate time. Will require strong computer skills and ability to develop statistical data, trending information and
1.Provide on-site didactic and hands on training for nursing and other medical center staff in the use and proper application of
available unit specific safe patient handling equipment to ensure OSHA compliance, improve patient and medical staff safety during
transfers and bedside activity and promote a culture of injury prevention and safe patient handling throughout McLeod facilities.
2.Will provide orientation and training to nursing and other medical center staff, competency assessment, assessing staff learning
needs regarding all aspects of Safe Patient Handling and Mobility (Unit Peer Leader Program, regulatory requirements, equipment,
3. Provide training to nursing staff on application and implementation of BMAT (bedside mobility assessment tool) to identify mobility
levels of patients in their care; to outline mobility plans when mobilization is needed for patient care activities.
4. Assist in the analysis and investigation of employee patient handling injuries by providing expertise in safe patient handling best
practices; identify and provide recommendations for additional training for incident avoidance.
4. Coordinate enhancements in interdisciplinary communication regarding safe patient handling and mobility.
5. Outline, develop and create safe patient handling collateral materials: newsletters, tip sheets & equipment guides to foster safe
patient handling best practices and equipment application and use.
6. Plans and delivers technically competent care to patients with complex needs.
7. Participate in unit/program level quality improvement processes and initiatives as well as customer service program.
8. Record and report on engagements including job coaching, training and consultation requests; updating records regularly for
9. Responsible for equipment tracking, accessory inventory and supply; identifying defective or damaged equipment, initiating red tag
10. This position may include other clinical or administrative assignments necessary to the mission of McLeod Health.
11. Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in
accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.
- Required Skills
RN, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, or Physical Therapy Assistant. Hospital bedside in-patient experience a must. Previous
instructional/teaching duties a plus.
Licenses and Certifications:
RN: Graduate of a school of professional nursing approved by the appropriate State-accrediting agency and accredited by one of the
following accrediting bodies at the time the program was completed by the applicant: The Accreditation Commission for Education in
Nursing (ACEN) or The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, or Physical Therapy Assistant: Valid professional license within the state of practice.
American Heart Association Healthcare provider.
- Job Location
- Florence, South Carolina, United States
- Position Type
Medical, Dental, Vision, Healthcare FSA, Dependent Care FSA, Health and Wellness Programs
Employer Matching, EDCP
Scholarship, Professional Development
Maternity & Paternity Leave
Adoption Cost Benefit
Financial assistance provided
Available based on workplace needs
Paid Time Off
Holidays, Sick Days
Life and Disability Insurance
Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, Dependent Life Insurance, Group Term Life Insurance, Supplemental Group Term Life Insuranc, Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Available for specified positions
Onsite Child Care, Onsite Gym/Fitness Center, Cafeteria, Spa/Nails, Facials, Massage, Company Store
Nursing Mother Rooms
Available for up to one year following the birth of a child
Close to shopping, Public transportation, Restaurants and entertainment
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