Additional responsibilities include:
In collaboration with the Stroke Medical Director, the Stroke Coordinator provides leadership and facilitation to promote improved neurological patient outcomes. Serves as role model, educator and nursing advance practice resource to facilitate professional development of the health team and increase community awareness. Is responsible for facilitating the implementation, evaluation and maintenance of quality-focused programs and initiatives, including the Joint Commission, and other disease specific care (DSC) certifications from the Joint Commission. The focus of the job is program management that maintains a multi-disciplinary approach/collaboration to patient centered care.
This professional sustains and maintains adherence to the Joint Commission DSC Certification for Primary Stroke Centers, Clinical Practice Guidelines, Standards of Care, Elements of Performance, Brain Attack Coalition (BAC) and Joint Commission National Patient Safety goals, California DPHS standards, DOCHS quality initiatives and St. Francis Medical Center (SFMC) service goals. Under the supervision of the Stroke Program Medical Director and attending Neurologists, the Stroke Coordinator NP will perform approved Standardized Procedures and Practice Prerogatives including but not limited to assessment of laboratory findings including blood tests and cerebrospinal fluid studies, electromyography, MRI, CT Scan, EEG and X-rays.
The Stroke Coordinator NP will individualize patient care in order to manage illness, promote well being, foster rehabilitative and disease preventive life style choices, communicate with patients, their significant others, and their primary health care providers.
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