RN Stroke Coordinator – McLeod Quality & Safety Department
McLeod Quality & Safety Department RN Stroke Coordinator
1. 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. 2. Coordinates stroke program components to include staff and community education, patient education, quality metric compliance monitoring and program needs assessment evaluation. Collaborates with multidisciplinary team and coordinates delivery of plan of care. 3. Responsible for planning, implementing and coordinating a standardized method of delivering clinical care for stroke management. 4. Coordinate the performance improvement process, program development, planning, organizing, implementation, and monitoring. 5. Coordinate education for physicians, clinical and ancillary staff, patients, and community outreach. 6. Ongoing patient tracking and concurrent and retrospective chart abstraction for patient monitoring and improvement opportunities. 7. Knowledge of regulatory requirements. 8. Strong management skills that include organizational, analytical verbal and written communication competencies and an orientation to detail. 9. Quality representative – responsible for ensuring that the requirements of the PSC program are implemented and maintained. 10. Clinical activities – promotes the delivery of evidenced based stroke care, clinical resource, guideline development. 11. Education – coordinate intra facility and regional educational activities related to stroke care. 12. Performance improvement – monitors clinical and system processes develop filters and case review indicators, identifies trends and assist with remedial needs. 13. Liaison – acts as liaison to local agencies, administration, physicians and healthcare staff as it relates to stroke. 14. Supervision of stroke registry database.
Work Schedule: 80 hours biweekly. Full Time. Day Shift
Qualifications/Training: • Five years’ experience in acute care nursing • Minimum of three years of stroke specialty experience. Licenses/Certifications/Registrations/Education: • Must possess a valid SC license- RN, BLS • ACLS and ASLS (Advanced Stroke Life Support) to be obtained within 6 months of hire. • National Nurse Stroke Certification to be obtained within one year of hire.
Florence, SC, United States