UCHealth EMS Clinical Mentor in Fort Collins, Colorado
Provides support to improve clinical care. Raises the quality of EMS health care services
Poudre Valley Hospital
PVH EMS Emerg Med Svs Ft. Collins, CO
FT Flex Schedule (80 hrs bi-weekly)
Coordinates information to deploy to operational staff.
Reports on activities and results. Enhances staff clinical and documentation skills.
Ensures coordination with Employee Development team. Provides daily guidance and support to front line staff.
Trains mentors. Supports guideline development. Facilitates learning,
Minimum Required Education:
High school diploma or GED.
Colorado EMT or EMT-P certification. Valid driver's license required.
1 year of relevant experience
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