- Licensure Required
- 3-5 years experience is required
- Experience is required
A clinical staff member with expertise in wound and ostomy care who acts as a resource to clinical staff and patients, providing direct care and education as appropriate.
The Wound/Ostomy Program Coordinator assures the continuing development of the wound and ostomy programs, including coordinating the education necessary to assure staff competency, working to assure that new modalities and technologies are explored for their applicability to home care, assuring that internal systems support the development of the wound and ostomy programs and working to market these programs both internally and in the broader community.
Current professional licensure as a registered nurse or physical therapist in the States of
Evidence of formal education/certification in wound and ostomy care.
Practical experience in wound and ostomy care, preferably in home health care.
Name - Staffing Manager
Tel - 978-552-4115
Home Health Foundation (Home Health VNA) - 24 months ago
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