Orange Park Medical Center began treating trauma patients in May of 2016. Since that time they have treated nearly 3,000 patients, most of which previously had to travel to downtown Jacksonville for trauma-related injuries. A Level II trauma center provides 24-hour immediate access to a dedicated operating room for trauma patients and specially-trained surgeons, specialists and staff to treat critically-injured patients.
Orange Park Medical Center is a full-service regional tertiary facility serving Clay County and it's surrounding communities. As part of the HCA family, the largest healthcare provider in the world, Orange Park Medical Center provides the opportunity to develop your career along side more than 1,500 team members and 750 physicians on staff. Specializing in advanced robotics, open heart, maternity/delivery, pediatric and adult services and a dozen other major service lines, Orange Park Medical Center is the provider of choice in northeast Florida for patients, staff and physicians alike.
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The Trauma Nurse Lead provides direct nursing care in accordance with established policies and procedures of Orange Park Medical Center and Trauma Services. In collaboration with the patient, the patient s family and other members of the health care team, the trauma nurse lead assesses, plans, implements, evaluates, and coordinates treatment plans. Demonstrates strong trauma clinical assessment, nursing intervention, and strong communication/leadership skills. In addition to clinical responsibilities the Trauma Nurse Lead provides trauma program support.
Responsibilities include, although are not limited to:
1. Response to trauma bays
2. Responsible for trauma bay readiness
3. Coordinates and triages incoming trauma patients.
4. Reviews/evaluates all activations for triage level appropriateness
5. Evaluates admission consultations
6. Manages care with primary trauma surgeon
7. Responsible for documentation compliance
8. Responds to in-house trauma patients critical needs
9. Facilitates psychosocial support
10. Mentors trauma nurse responders
11. Assist in training and in-servicing needs
12. Attends daily multi-disciplinary rounds
13. Identify and report trauma audit filters
14. Participate in scholarly activities
15. Functions as clinical liaison for pre-hospital partners
16. Facilitates trauma bay time outs and debriefings in collaboration with primary surgeon
17. Participate in duties assigned by the director of trauma services