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RN Wound Ostomy Inpatient Advent Health Tampa
(part of AdventHealth Corporate)
Tampa, FL 33602

AdventHealth - RN Wound Ostomy Inpatient

The WOCN serves as a care consultant and provider for patients with complex wound care needs and ostomy management. Accountable for collaborating with the health care team to define and communicate the expected patterns of care for this patient population. Provides leadership for education and research programs to support the advancement of wound and ostomy care and improvement of patient outcomes through implementation of evidenced based practice. Serves as a resource, leader, and role model for wound and ostomy care and functions as a liaison with the community, other health care professionals, and other disciplines regarding areas of wound and ostomy care.

Wound Care Resource Specialist RN- job UF Health Central Florida

Wound Care Resource Specialist RN - Part-Time - UF Health Leesburg Hospital | UF Health
Leesburg, FL 34748   

Under the leadership of the Divisional Director, Therapy Services, the Wound Care Resource Specialist is responsible for educating staff regarding risk assessment, pressure ulcer prevention and appropriate wound care. The wound care nurse assists with recommending treatment plans for patients, complex wounds and/or orders for wound care consults. The wound care nurse acts as a resource to the staff and provides up-to-date information on wound care policies and procedures (works as a resource nurse as needed to patients with ostomies). The wound care nurse is able to interact on a professional basis with all team members and is able to understand and react effectively to the unique needs of patients in reference to specific age groups. The wound care nurse demonstrates knowledge and support of the unit0specific standards of care. The wound care nurse demonstrates competency to plan, initiate and evaluate care for patients in accordance with discipline-specific standards as defined by the Florida 

Inpatient Wound Care Nurse-Lakeland Regional Health

1324 Lakeland Hills Boulevard, Lakeland, FL 33805

Wound and Enterostomal nurse is a registered nurse who works within the scope of nursing practice, provides treatment recommendation, monitors all complex wounds and provides staff education, utilizing the nursing process, assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation. Participates in Pressure injury prevalence and incidence study. Provides bedside care to patients with specialized needs with gastrointestinal and genitourinary and integumentary system disorders, abdominal stoma, wounds, fistulas, drains, pressure injuries, and continence disorders. Skills entail stoma siting, immediate post op assessment, treatment and patient care giver education and to promote patient advocacy.

Registered Nurse Wound Care- HCA Florida Woodmont Hospital and Multiple Other Locations within HCA

This position functions and works effectively with patients, family members, physicians, staff, and outside agencies as required. The position leads hospital wound education efforts, as well as educates patients and family members on wounds and wound care topics.

Registered Nurse RN -Orlando Health

 - Inpatient Wound Management - Days- job Orlando Health

Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC)

Inpatient Wound Management

The Wound Management Team is a comprehensive evidenced-based service provided on a 5 day a week basis. A team of 6 WOCNs cover a level one trauma facility, designed to provide skilled care to the acutely ill or injured patient, age 16 or older. The primary focus is to prevent injury to healthy tissue by providing therapeutic intervention, prevent complications and reduce recidivism. The acuity of patients includes a diverse variety of diagnosis in need of ostomy, wound or continence care (i.e., Stomas, draining wounds, fistulas, tubes, vascular and pressure ulcers, neuropathic ulcers, skin rash and incontinence). All nursing staff has completed an Accredited Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse Education Program and is board certified by the Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing Society. The WOCN collaborates with a multi-disciplinary team including bedside nursing, social work, case management, physical & occupational therapist, respiratory therapist, dietician, spiritual care, home health and pharmacist to meet the needs of this population.
WOC nurses care for individuals with complex needs. WOC nursing has a history of discovery, innovation, creativity, excellence, and devotion to the care and management of individuals with wound, ostomy, and/or continence problems. WOC nurses provide a wide range of services to individuals with acute and chronic wounds, fecal and urinary diversions, fecal and urinary continence issues, fistulas, and percutaneous tubes or drains. WOC nurses play pivotal roles in providing optimal care to individuals with wound, ostomy, and/or continence care needs of all ages and in all healthcare settings.