Department:OH1MH_68030_001 Mchs Emergency Medical Svcs
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Position Purpose:At Mount Carmel, we’re committed to making a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients and communities. Our colleagues – people like you – share our passion for always going above and beyond to provide the highest standards of care.
Job Description Details:
Our professional nurses are truly the heart and soul of Mount Carmel. It is their resilience, humility and determination that drive positive patient outcomes. To support you, Mount Carmel provides continuous opportunities for personal balance, professional opportunity and clinical growth. Our culture of shared governance and collaboration creates an environment that puts the focus on what’s truly important – our patients and the communities we serve.
The Emergency Medical Services Nurse Coordinator, Trauma will develop, coordinate, and promote efforts to strengthen relations between Mount Carmel Health System and community Emergency Medical Services (EMS). This is done in an atmosphere that is patient focused optimizing quality of care and patient outcomes. The EMS Outreach Coordinator, functioning in the spirit of teamwork, is accountable for collaborating with Emergency Department (ED) Directors and physicians, Service Line Administrators, and Nurse Managers as it relates to relationships with our EMS providers and their patients.
- Promotes and maintains improved relations with Central Ohio EMS agencies through customer satisfaction efforts, provider education, marketing, quality outcomes, and problem resolutions.
- Develops and/or assists in conducting educational programs related to EMS interests to include: nurses riding with medics, on-site clinical experience (ED, Cath Lab, OB, ICU, Surgery), web based education, hands on education, case reviews, and other avenues as identified by MCHS and EMS agencies.
- Rounds at each Central Ohio EMS agency in MCHS primary market for which you are assigned. Examples of rounding include: riding with individual Medic crews to establish relations and educational needs as well as social needs identified by the community as it relates to pre-hospital care.
- Assists in and organizes annual EMS conferences.
- Collaborates with ED Directors and MCHS in planning and coordinating activities during EMS week.
- Responsibility includes multi-site locations and requires travel to each of the facilities.
- Facilitates process / system improvement across departments and/or multiple service areas.
- Provides patient feedback to EMS agencies to optimize continuum of care with respect to HIPAA regulations.
- Serves as a role model to demonstrate openness to new ways of thinking.
- Recommends cost-effective and/or revenue generating strategies.
- Tailors implementation approaches to different sites and processes.
- Assists managers in identifying solutions to challenging issues as it relates to EMS.
- Serves as a resource and communication link to referring facilities.
- Participates in activities which promote own professional growth and development.
- Implements key EMS projects across all MCHS sites.
- Graduate from accredited school of nursing; BSN preferred. State of OH EMT required within 12 months of hire. State of OH Paramedic preferred.
- Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Ohio. State of OH Paramedic with education and experience in pre-hospital and hospital setting may be considered in lieu of RN.
- CE/EMS Instructor required within 6 months of employment.
- EMS Instructor preferred.
- Minimum of three years paramedic experience. Previous experience in Emergency Department, critical care or mobile ICU. Minimum of one year Emergency Department experience preferred.
- BLS healthcare provider; ACLS provider/instructor required; ASLS provider/instructor required. Required instructor courses must be obtained within 12 months of employment.
- ITLS instructor preferred; required within 24 months.
- PHTLS instructor preferred; required within 24 months.
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