The Trauma Injury Prevention and Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the development, implementation, management and evaluation of injury prevention programs. The coordinator partners with the community in implementing strategies, initiatives and campaigns to promote the reduction of preventable injuries in Harris County through community awareness, education, advocacy and action.
The Trauma Injury Prevention and Outreach Coordinator also applies expertise in trauma to facilitate patient care and participates with data abstraction and Trauma Registry entry.
Education/specialized training/licensure: a. Graduation from an accredited school of nursing with a Bachelors degree in nursing required. b. Certification by the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM) as Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) Coding Specialist is required within two (2) years. c. Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) and/or Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) certifications preferred. d. Specialized training in related area of community outreach preferred. e. Current license or valid permit to practice professional nursing in Texas.
Work experience: Two (2) or more years in critical care and/or emergency department experience. Experience with injury prevention programs is preferred.
Equipment operated: Must have Texas Class C drivers license and be insurable.
Communication Skills: Above Average Verbal (Heavy Public Contact) Exceptional Verbal (e.g., Public Speaking) Writing /Composing (Correspondence/Reports)
Other Skills: Analytical, CRT, Medical Terms, P.C., Research, Statistical, Typing (45 wpm), Word Proc
Advanced Education: Advanced Training/Specialty: Successful completion of TNCC and CPR required. Instructor of TNCC preferred. Related specialty certification preferred.
Work Schedule: Flexible
Other Requirements: Knowledge of medical terminology. Ability to read and interpret medical records and laboratory reports. Accuracy and thoroughness; ability to work independently. Ability to organize and prioritize multiple projects, tasks and functions. Strong oral and written communication skills.
The Harris Health System is a fully integrated healthcare system that cares for all residents of Harris County, Texas. We are the first accredited healthcare institution in Harris County to be designated by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as a Patient-Centered Medical Home, and are one of the largest systems in the country to achieve the quality standard. Our system includes 23 community health centers, five school-based clinics, a dental center and dialysis center, mobile health units, a rehabilitation and specialty hospital and two full-service hospitals.Ben Taub Hospital is a world renowned Level I Trauma Center with 586 licensed acute-care beds and provides a wide range of specialty care outpatient services. Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital is a 328 licensed bed acute-care hospital with a newly expanded Level III trauma center and a distinguished regional center for neonatal intensive care for high-risk deliveries.Harris Health is a teaching system for Baylor College of Medicine and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth). We train the next generation of healthcare providers on the latest medical procedures and technological breakthroughs.With... our fully integrated electronic medical records system, we offer patients the convenience and assurance that their medical history is accurate, safe and available when and where it is needed. Our Medical Home designation ensures that we offer a full range of preventive, specialty and acute care services for the entire family.
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