A Forensic Nurse Examiner is an RN who has been specially trained to provide comprehensive care to adults, adolescents and children who have been impacted by sexual assault, intimate partner violence, child abuse, elder abuse, human trafficking, and non-intentional trauma. The Forensic Nurse Examiner Clinician will be responsible for staffing the Forensic Nurse Examiner team, providing medical/legal exams to patients of the Memorial Healthcare System who present with forensic healthcare needs, and maintaining chain of custody with medical/legal documentation and storage. The Forensic Nurse Examiner is also responsible for testifying as an expert witness in the court of law; providing education/outreach to the community at large. The Forensic Nurse Examiner Clinician will interface with medical professionals, law enforcement agencies, criminal justice, victim advocacy and external support agencies that provide services to victims of crime and violence.
- Associates degree required
- Licensure Required
- 3-5 years experience is required
Associate Degree or Diploma from a school of nursing. Currently licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Colorado or willing to obtain Colorado license, BLS
A minimum of 3 years RN clinical experience in emergency nursing; pediatrics; women's health or a critical care area.
Strength (Medium Work): Exerting 20 to 50 lbs of force occasionally, or 10 to 25 lbs of force frequently, or greater than negligible up to 10 lbs of force constantly to move objects.
Memorial Hospital, University of Colorado Health - 15 months ago
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