WOC Nurse - Patient Safety
New Hanover Regional Medical Center
Partial DesThe WOC Nurse has a multifaceted role, incorporating the primary components of clinical practice, consultation, education, research and leadership into the care of patients with select disorders of the gastrointestinal genitourinary, and integumentary systems. Utilizing expert knowledge and advanced assessment, the WOC Nurse is accountable for facilitating quality patient outcomes and appropriate resource consumption for patients. The WOC Nurse is self-directed and acts as an effective leader, catalyst for change and role model for quality nursing practice.
Education:BSN from an accredited school of nursing; MSN preferred.
Licensure / Certifications: Current RN license to practice professional nursing in State of North Carolina. Any WOC employee with an FTE of 0.5 or greater must be actively engaged in the certification process for WOCN certification through the Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses Society within 2 years of being in role.
Experience: Minimum of 3 years nursing experience required. Must be able to demonstrate expertise in wound/ostomy/continence nursing. Completion of a wound care educational program preferred.
Wilmington, NC is a growing coastal community of around 100,000 people in Southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy living and working where most people vacation. Year-round boating, golf, fishing, tennis, and biking are available. We have a vibrant, historical downtown with excellent restaurants and an active cultural arts community. cription
New Hanover Regional Medical Center offers a benefits package designed to ensure access to quality healthcare and help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
- Teaching hospital, regional referral center, and Level II Trauma Center
- Southeastern North Carolina’s largest employer with more than 6,800 employees
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