The George Washington University’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences Guaranteed Admissions Agreements provide pathways for students who have completed an associate’s degree to achieve further academic success through a bachelor’s program. Currently GW offers the following degrees through Guaranteed Admissions: Medical Laboratory Science, Clinical Research Administration, and Global Intervention and Disaster Response, with additional degree options beginning Fall 2018. GW’s commitment to academic excellence more than adequately prepares students to be highly competitive in the workforce and beyond. Students who complete degrees in these growing areas are often employed shortly after, or in some instances prior to graduating, making these highly sought after degree programs.
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is the premier academic medical center in Washington, DC. The Department of Ophthalmology at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital has been nationally ranked among the leaders in patient care and education. The success of our mission is reflected in the continual expansion of the last several years. We have become a leader in our community and offer some of the most innovative treatments currently available in the medical world.
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Inpatient and Outpatient
Permanent Full-Time Hire with Benefits – beautiful Pacific NW!
Seeking RRT – Must be ACLS and NRP within 6 months of hire date and PALS within 12 months.
Preference for critical care experience, and open to consider other levels of experience.
Come and grow with us; this position is for a newly created team which will work closely with the already developed team in sister department – a strong organization undergoing growth in all departments
Work for an organization providing highly effective, safe patient care, and following the highest standards for quality care. You will see a wide range of patient diagnosis and work amongst the finest healthcare professionals. Work within interdisciplinary teams, see entire patient treatment plan.
Non-profit organization all about patient care
Overview of job:
• Work with other RRTs in a new department – which works closely with sister department
• Set up and monitor oxygen aerosol administration
• Therapeutic modalities: Nebulizer, CPT, CPAP/BiPAP, Flutter Valve, High Flow, Invasive and noninvasive ventilation
• Perform artificial airway care and deep blind tracheal suction on patients
• Code Team
• Familiar with pulse oximeter, Wrights respirometer, oxygen blenders
• CCA clinical rounds with medical director
• Department provides services in: Urgent care patient assessments, EKG, intubation, IV starts and other duties encompassing the complete care of the patient. Work with nursing.
• The department is supportive of evidence-based practice and updated technology/equipment.
Schedule: 40-hour week – M-F, 1330-2200
Compensation: Salary Range goes up to $40/hour; rate is based on years of experience
• Full Benefits / Relo Package
• 401(k) company matches and your contributions are always 100% vested
• Onsite Interview Expenses are paid for
Fabulous outdoor recreational location outside of Seattle: Unlimited outdoor sports, outstanding schools, and an area with an abundance of culture and art. Mountain biking, hiking, rafting, running/cycling trails – extremely bike friendly community. Many new restaurants, taverns with outdoor music, shopping, breathtaking natural beauty, new construction. A thriving Pacific NW community!
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Sixty preschoolers enrolled at Annandale Christian Community for Action’s (ACCA) Child Development Center visited the Medical Education Campus (MEC) on August 10 for a full day of interactive learning about nutrition, healthy eating habits and health care careers. Way to go NOVA Nursing students!
September 6, 2016
Laura Thomas, a 2008 NOVA graduate and ACCA parent, attended the MEC Health Education Day with her 5- year-old daughter Zahra.
In Aug., Sixty preschoolers enrolled at Annandale Christian Community for Action’s (ACCA) Child Development Center visited the Medical Education Campus (MEC) on August 10 for a full day of interactive learning about nutrition, healthy eating habits and health care careers.
ACCA, a preschool center serving diverse and low-income families in the Northern Virginia area, partnered with the MEC to offer children, ages 3 to 5, a learning experience referred to as Health Education Day. The event was a first for MEC nursing student volunteers who facilitated the activities and earned pediatric clinical hours toward their graduation requirements. ACCA instructors and parent volunteers assisted while children participated in several activity stations related to hand-washing and healthy snack preparation, health care professions, exercise/active play and body tracing, creating a paper silhouette of each child. Each child learned how to properly brush their teeth, identify parts of the body and had the chance to dress up in costumes as nurses and doctors to gain insight into what it means to treat patients.
Preschoolers learn what it takes to work in health care.
ACCA Child Development Center Executive Director Maria Isabel Ballivian said her organization partnered with NOVA’s Dual Generational Pathways to assist in the process of enhancing post-secondary educational attainment of low-income families and early childhood care providers.
The partnership has led to introducing college activities to children enrolled in the ACCA program through Pathways’ Crayons-to-College field trip initiative. For the past three years, Dual Generational Pathways has partnered with ACCA, Hopkins House and Northern Virginia Family Services Head Start preschool centers to offer day trips to NOVA campuses.
“Health Education Day was a wonderful way for the nursing students and faculty at the MEC to help our children become more comfortable with interacting with nurses in a medical environment,” Ballivian said. “It’s very inspirational for our children to visit an institution like the MEC. This experience will leave a lasting impression in their minds that could lead to them exploring what they want to be when they grow up.”
Laura Thomas, an ACCA parent said she was eager to attend Health Education Day with her 5- year-old daughter Zahra. As a 2008 NOVA graduate, Thomas attributed her success in becoming a registered nurse to the quality education she received while enrolled in the nursing program at the MEC.
“I thought this was an amazing opportunity for our children to learn more about what it means to work in health care,” Thomas said. “My daughter has always been fascinated with wanting to be a nurse when she grows up. Out of all the field trips I usually attend with my daughter, I was particularly excited to visit the MEC and show her where I went to school and earned my degree. NOVA has truly changed my life and I wanted to share this experience with her.”
For interest in becoming a community partner or additional information on NOVA’s Dual Generational Pathways initiative, visit their website.
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