Skyline Medical Center- Nashville, TN
Inpatient Rehabilitation Clinical Coordinator
Full-time M-F; rotating call
Member of the TriStar
Division of HCA
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- Industry Leading Clinical Training and
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- Tuition Reimbursement and Student Loan
- 401k (3%-9% match based on tenure)
- Employee Stock Purchase Plan
- Full Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
- New Extended Family Leave
- Healthcare and Dependent Care Flexible
- Hundreds of consumer discounts
- Financial Fitness Program with a Certified
About this opportunity:
Skyline Medical Center is Tennessee's first comprehensive stroke center and a
national leader in neuroscience. The facility is equipped with 233 beds and
offers a full array of acute care services, including cardiology, oncology,
orthopedics/spine, rehabilitation and emergency services. As an Accredited
Chest Pain Center with PCI, TriStar Skyline is a leading provider of emergency
heart care. There are more than 400 physicians on staff, many of whom have
offices located right next door in the TriStar Skyline Medical Plaza.
Nationally recognized as one of the best!
The Rehab Center at TriStar Skyline is Middle Tennessee's only CARF accredited acute inpatient physical rehabilitation program. Our program provides specialized and highly skilled physical rehabilitation services to patients with complex needs.
Rehabilitation begins early in the patient's recovery. A dedicated rehabilitation team consists of physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists and rehab nurses. Each patient's rehabilitation plan is individualized to help patients and their families achieve the best possible outcome and quality of life.
The 41-bed unit is one of Middle Tennessee's largest premier inpatient facilities featuring large, private rooms. Our team of board certified physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians works with patients and their families every step of the way to get patients back to the quality of life they deserve.
Our Rehabilitation Program is designed to help people overcome the effects of a stroke or other debilitating injury or illness. The program combines physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, rehab nursing and neuro-psychology services under the direction of a physiatrist (physical medicine and rehabilitation physician). Education, disease management, diet, home set-up, social and emotional needs and home exercise programs are provided to patients and their families to help them manage their care and perform acts of daily living at home. Medicare and most private insurance plans cover some or all of prescribed rehabilitation services.
Position Summary: The Clinical Nurse Coordinator
(CNC) primarily serves as a frontline resource for staff to ensure that our
patients receive current evidence-based quality care. To accomplish this they
are responsible for concurrent staff education and training competencies as
well as annual competency review at the bedside. They shall facilitate communication between
patients, families and staff using our ICARE values while communicating with customer
service skills. Areas of focus include: Clinical Care, Outcomes Performance,
Patient Advocacy, Staff Development, Information Management, Risk Analysis,
Team Building, and Professional Citizenship. The CNC must exhibit the mission,
vision and values of the hospital.
- Serves as a
clinical resource. Provides/Assists in direct care when appropriate to
complex patients. Consults with physicians and other healthcare providers
to communicate patient progress.
- Promotes and
holds all staff accountable for positive customer service behaviors. Collaborates
with staff, physicians, patients, and families to promote a positive
- Leads and
participates with the interdisciplinary team in planning delivery and
evaluation of patient-focused care. Participates in interdisciplinary
rounds. Ensures that individualized patient goals are agreed upon between patient,
family and caregiver involvement.
staff through clinical rounds, review patients’ progression of care and
promote positive patient experience.
formal and informal education opportunities on the unit to improve
clinical skills of all staff. Disseminates and coaches staff to implement
latest evidence-based practices.
supervises and evaluates nursing care provided by others while retaining
accountability for the quality of care provided on unit.
- Mentors and
supports onboarding of new staff through the preceptor program. Consciously
provides opportunities for less experienced nursing staff to observe and
participate in physical assessment, data review and evaluation of
- May carry a
caseload of patients dependent upon the setting and nature of patients in
order to ensure we maintain the flexibility to meet the needs of our
unit data on patient outcomes i.e. pressure ulcers, medication errors,
falls, risk reduction strategies, etc. Communicates patient care needs,
outcome measures and opportunities for improvement to staff. Conducts unit-based performance
- Serves as a
representative on hospital quality committees and workgroups. Provides
inputs as committee member or clinician to patient education material
- Creates or
coordinates the development of patient educational pathways and patient
educational material. Promotes understanding of illness, hospitalization,
discharge and self-care concepts.
- Assists and
coordinates annual competencies. Provides input to nursing leadership on
the evaluation and competency of nursing staff.
knowledge of human growth and development, assessment, range of treatment,
and care of patients appropriate to ages of patients served.
You are encouraged to
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