Location Address: 301 Memorial Medical Parkway Daytona Beach, FL 32117
- Career growth and advancement potential
- Health Insurance Coverage
- High quality of life with low cost of living on the shores of sunny Daytona Beach, FL.
- Demonstrates comprehensive understanding of diabetes mellitus and gestational diabetes.
- Regularly works with medical staff in multiple hospitals to provide comprehensive diabetes education training and skills for referred outpatients.
- Conducts initial assessment and reassessment of patient/family's education needs and develops a specific plan of care to meet those needs.
- Revises plan of care as indicated by the patient's response; evaluates overall teaching plan for effectiveness in achieving optimal established goals and optimal outcome.
- Utilizes and coordinates resources to provide appropriate continuum of care for the patient/family.
- Provides dynamic one-on-one instruction and group instruction both in outpatient and inpatient setting.
- Coordinates, conducts and facilitates diabetes support group meetings
- Provides in-services and continuing education programs to meet identified/justified needs.
- Adequately maintains supplies for education program needs.
- Uses audio-visual equipment and aides
- Obtains information and continuing education necessary to provide current diabetes education
- Demonstrates appropriate and age-related assessment and intervention.
- Minimum of 4 years clinical experience.
- BS degree preferred in Nursing or Education specialty
- Drivers License required
- Current Florida RN license required.
- Certified Diabetes Educator required
- Current in Basic Life Support or obtained within introductory period.
Responsible for assessment, plan, intervention and evaluation of Basic and Comprehensive Diabetes Self -Management Training to all patients referred to Florida Hospital Memorial Medical (FHMMC) Diabetes Center. Maintains current knowledge of diabetes and adheres to all processes according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) National Diabetes Education Standards and FHMMC ADA Program Recognition standards. Provides optimum diabetes education and group instruction to patients from adolescents through geriatric age. Requires travel between multiple hospitals and scheduled community outreach events