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Founded in 1998, Ciena Healthcare is a leading
innovator and one of Michigan’s largest providers of
skilled nursing and rehabilitation care services.
It is our honor to serve our residents that are in need of
short-term rehabilitative services as well as long-term care. Our
vision is to be the industry leader by offering fresh, new
perspectives and innovations and adhering to quality standards that
not only exceed regulatory compliance, but achieve excellence
in quality out comes for our residents.
At Ciena, we make it our mission to provide
exceptional service to our patients and residents. We are
looking for employees who are passionate about providing care
or services in our Centers.
The Wound Care Nurse will provide primary skin care to residents
under the medical direction and supervision of the residents’
attending physicians, the Director of Nursing, or the Medical
Director of the facility, with an emphasis on treatment and therapy
of skin disorders. This position will also assist in modifying the
treatment regimen to meet the physical and psychosocial needs of
the resident, in accordance with established medical practices and
the requirements of this state and the policies and goals of this
Confers with the Director of Nursing and/or other licensed
nursing personnel regarding dermatologic disorders of residents in
Identifies, manages and treats specific skin disorders, pressure
ulcers, and primary and secondary lesions, and any skin issues
directed to by Director of Nursing.Consults with the IDT concerning
assessment evaluations and assist in planning and developing the
skin care treatment to be performed for the resident.
Initiates requests for consultations or referrals. Responds to
requests from the resident, physician and nursing staff.
Implements and maintains established policies and procedures
relative to skin care treatments and interprets these as required,
to the physician and responsible party.
Provides, within established protocols and under the supervision
of the physician, treatment for skin disorders as ordered by the
Ensures that residents with decubitus ulcers, vascular ulcers,
and various other skin conditions receive appropriate treatment
and/ or prophylactic treatment such as daily inspection, turning
and activity, nourishment and incontinence care.
Gives direct physical and psychological nursing care in
emergencies, as well as in the presence of illness or disability in
order to maintain life, provide comfort, reduce stress and enhance
the resident’s ability to cope.
Education and/or Experience:
At least two years experience working in wound care
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse with
required state Licensure.
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