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Located on an 80-acre campus in Mesa, Arizona, Banner Desert Medical Center is one of Arizona's largest and most comprehensive hospitals and is recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of Phoenix's Best Hospitals. We provide an abundance of exceptional opportunities with more than 600 licensed beds, including over 100 dedicated to children. Areas of excellence include high-risk pregnancy and neonatal care, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, cardiology, oncology and emergency medicine. With 21 operating rooms, we offer a full range of surgical specialties and advanced technology that includes the daVincir Surgical System.
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Banner Health is a comprehensive, award-winning, nonprofit health system with facilities in seven western states. Throughout our network of hospitals, primary care health centers, research centers, labs, physician practices, and much more, our skilled and compassionate professionals use the latest technology to change the way care is provided. The many locations, career opportunities and benefits offered at Banner Health help to make the Banner Journey unique and fulfilling for every employee.
Experienced Pediatric Trauma Program Coordinator sought for exciting opportunity to participate as a key trauma team leader in the development of a new ACS Level II Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center. This position will promote the optimal care of the pediatric trauma patient within the guidelines set forth by the state of Arizona and the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Resources for Optimal Care of the Injured Patient.
Performs professional activities to maintain competency in trauma patient care and provides education opportunities and orientation to trauma, nursing and ancillary staff. Demonstrates clinical competency as a member of the trauma team during trauma team activations or disaster situations as needed.
Collects data to maintain the trauma registry with accurate and valid data. Evaluates trauma patient care and care guidelines through concurrent monitoring. Assists in identification of systems and patient quality improvement issues and potential solutions. Attends trauma rounds. Assists with informational needs of referral facilities and in-house staff, including education programs, patient follow-up and injury prevention programs as directed.
Qualified applicants must have a Bachelorís Degree in Nursing with a minimum of five years clinical pediatric experience in a high patient acuity area, such as ED and/or surgical/trauma critical care. A Masterís Degree is preferred as is previous experience in a Pediatric Trauma Center. TNCC/ATCN provider/instructor.