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Nurse Practitioner: Stroke Prevention Clinic and Diabetes Education Centre

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Job Posting Number:
Job Title:
Nurse Practitioner: Stroke Prevention Clinic and Diabetes Education Centre
Job Category:
Admission Prevention Clinics
Job Type:
Permanent Full Time
Open Positions:
City, Province, Country:
Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
Date Posted:
January 20, 2020
Available Shifts:
Scheduled all shifts as required
Closing Date:
April 30, 2020
$50.01 - $54.22/Hour

As part of the Cornwall Community Hospital you uphold the mission, vision and ICARE values in order to create a safe environment for patients/clients, families, staff, physicians and volunteers, recognizing 'Patient Safety' and our hospital's 'Senior Friendly Strategies' as a top priority in creating a culture of safety and 'The Workplace of Choice'.

Summary of responsibilities

Reporting to the Director, Chronic Disease Management, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) provides direct, specialized, comprehensive nursing assessments, case management, lifestyle counseling, and education emphasizing on health promotion, and disease prevention strategies to positively affect health outcomes in two specialty clinics. The NP facilitates continuity of care for patients suffering from minor stroke/TIA in the Stroke Prevention Clinic and patients diagnosed with diabetes in the Diabetes Education Centre. While collaborating with the interdisciplinary team; the NP acts as a liaison and consultant to other health care providers and regional partners regarding patient care and health services. The NP provides leadership in the transfer of knowledge into practice in nursing and related fields appropriate to the clinical focus

Requirements of the job

• Holds current Certificate of Competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario in the extended class
• Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing from a recognized University
• Ability to apply critical thinking to patient care
• Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of legal and ethical issues
• Excellent organizational, interpersonal, problem solving and decision making
• Demonstrated leadership ability, teaching and consulting skills
• Excellent writing and publication skills
• Clinical expertise related to patient care and administrative, educational and research matters
• Strong clinical assessment skills
• Advanced knowledge of the consultation process as they relate to individuals, groups and/or systems
• Knowledge of the regional health care system in the area of the discipline/specialty
• Knowledge of computers including MS Office (e.g. Word, PowerPoint, Access, Excel, statistical programs, graphics packages)
• Proven ability in working effectively with all members of health care team
• Demonstrated regular, punctual attendance
• Demonstrated commitment to patient safety
• Functional level in both official languages (oral and written in English; oral in French and testing completed)
• Membership with RNAO and the Nurse Practitioner’s Association of Ontario