Saint Francis Memorial Hospital is an accredited, not-for-profit community hospital that has been providing exceptional health care in San Francisco for more than 100 years. As San Francisco’s only downtown hospital, Saint Francis is uniquely situated to care for international and domestic visitors, as well as the residents that make up San Francisco’s diverse population.
We encourage employee participation at all levels to encourage growth and excellence. Known as the downtown hospital, Saint Francis boasts all private rooms and a friendly atmosphere.
The hospital is renowned for orthopedics, with leading programs in sports medicine, joint replacement, spine care and occupational medicine. Saint Francis is also known for outstanding acute burn care, emergency medicine, acute rehabilitation and a nationally-honored cancer care program.
Under the direction of the Manager of Education, the Nurse Educator will primarily serve as an Educator but may include being a Mentor, Preceptor, Resource, and Facilitator. Education and training will include but are not limited to the following: Orientation, Continuing Education Units, In-services, Rounding, Process Training, Products Training, Customer Service, Compliance, Competencies, Auditing etc. Included in the Nurse Educator's responsibilities are varied projects as allocated by the manager, but not limited to as follows: coordination of clinical placements for Schools of Nursing, symposiums, forums, assessments, research, data collection, educational assistance with other departments etc. The Nurse Educator must research prior to educating and be familiar with NPSGs, SCIP, Core Measures, evidenced-based practice etc. and must be evident in their practice. The expectation of the Nurse Educator is to deliver accurate and useful information that is pertinent to the needs of those being educated and the organization. The ability to work independently and with others is essential in contributing to the department as a place of positive and creative working environment conducive to learning, educating, sharing of relevant information and change towards excellence. Essential to the Nurse Educator's position includes appropriate and timely communication, the ability to build and maintain respectful and trusting relationships, sharing of pertinent information and possessing team spirit that is shared towards the vision of the department and organizational excellence. The Nurse Educator must consistently apply at every aspect of their job performance the Dignity Mission and Core Values that include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
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