King’s Daughters is seeking nurses interested in advancing their
careers and specializing in critical care.
Nurses are invited to learn about King’s Daughters’ paid Critical
Care Fellowship Program by attending a session anytime between 5 and 9:30
p.m. Monday, Sept. 19 in the medical center’s Center for Advanced
Care Lobby, on 22nd Street across from Central Park, Ashland. Attendees will have the opportunity
to meet with nurse educators and nursing managers, as well as tour the
modern, state-of-the-art facility.
The 16-week Critical Care Fellowship provides nurses with the knowledge
and skills they need to become confident critical care nurses, including:
- 432 hours of direct preceptorship with experienced critical care nurses
- 160 hours of classroom education covering advanced hemodynamics; acute
respiratory distress syndrome; intracranial pressure monitoring; cardiogenic,
hypovolemic and distributive shock; therapeutic hypothermia; mechanical
ventilation; and intraortic balloon pump counterpulsation therapy.
King’s Daughters Critical Care Fellowship has helped dozens of nurses
advance their careers and take on the additional challenge (and rewards)
of critical care nursing.
For more information, please contact ICU nurse manager Aprile Rutherford
at (606) 408-0392. RSVPs/appointments are not required.