Rehabilitation Institute at Hook Rehabilitation Center
As one of the most diverse areas in nursing care, rehabilitation nursing has an important place in the health care continuum. To encourage interested nurses to obtain a working knowledge in the area of rehabilitation nursing, Community Health Network offers a continuing education program in rehabilitation through the Hook Rehabilitation Center. The Hook Rehabilitation Center is set up to educate and develop rehabilitation nurses who are competent and proficient in providing rehabilitation nursing care.
- Employed at Community Health Network as an RN, LPN or PSP
- Recruited to the rehabilitation area at Community Health Network
- Enrolled in the Community Health Network clinical orientation
- This is an introductory program and will be offered to nurses who are new to the rehabilitation field. Through an interdisciplinary approach, nurses will be educated about all aspects of basic rehabilitation care for a variety of patients. Topics covered include spinal cord injury, brain injury, rehab orthopedics and other principles of rehab nursing.
- First of the two phases of the Rehabilitation Nursing Institute program
- Multi-week (typically 10 weeks) program
- Classroom, clinical and observational experiences
- Preceptor learning for various durations depending on the role:
- RN – 4 to 6 weeks
- LPN – 3 weeks
- PSP – 2 weeks
For more information please e-mail a manager.