Designed primarily to assist nurses by lifting patients in and out of their beds and wheelchairs as well as on and off the toiletthe kilogram lb robot can safely pick up and carry people weighing as much as 61 kilograms lbs. The soft skin is designed to ensure the comfort of patients while they are being carried. In addition, the arm joints yield slightly under pressure -- much like human arms do -- further increasing the level of comfort and safety. The robotic bear can also recognize faces and voices, as well as respond to spoken commands.
Her commitment to community health stems from years of working with underserved populations domestically and abroad. She believes that access to high-quality, affordable and comprehensive healthcare is a human right which should be afforded to every person regardless of their background or ability to pay.
In addition, Noelle is dedicated to the field of primary care because she strongly believes in the focus on disease prevention and health promotion. In her free time, Noelle loves hiking, reading, playing futbolito, and traveling.
Wendy found her path to nursing by way of printmaking. Through this work she fell in love with health education, and returned to school to become a nurse in order to deepen her knowledge and develop skills to address the disparities in social determinants of health she saw in Chicago Public Schools.
She completed her nursing training in at University of Illinois at Chicago.
For the following four years Wendy worked as an emergency room nurse in Chicago, while also participating in community groups organizing to fight deportations and to achieve better health resources for undocumented people in the Chicago area. She is very excited to continue to join the Sea Mar NP Residency program and continue to cultivate her skills providing patient-centered, educational, accessible care in partnership with her patients and the greater South Park community.
Since then, it has continued to be one of the largest Sea Mar clinics, serving an average of patients per week. The Seattle Medical clinic is located conveniently in the South Park neighborhood in South Seattle, in close proximity to many other Sea Mar facilities.
Patients are provided same-day access with their primary care providers. Overflow volumes and new patients are seen through an on-site urgent care clinic. The Seattle Medical Clinic has long had a focus on teaching and hosts various training programs, including the Nurse Practitioner Residency since Same day appointment times are available to allow for urgent care visits with primary care providers.
Patient-centered care is a priority Care Management and patient-centered care is a priority at Sea Mar. We strive to be a medical home for patients, tracking their health maintenance and addressing their acute concerns. Health outcomes and preventative health services are monitored and tracked, and patients receive assistance in accessing discounted or free services available to them.
Nurse practitioners and physicians work together to provide quality prenatal and post-partum care. Pediatric experience Pediatric care at the Seattle Medical clinic is overseen by Dr.
Cor Van Niel and Dr. Pease is one of our general pediatricians. She is currently working with our Health Education department to start a Family Weight Management program.
She also supports further integration of Behavioral Health and Care Coordination for our highest risk families. Everett Medical has a substantial pediatric population, and our Everett ARNP residents will have extensive pediatric exposure onsite during continuity clinic.
In addition, our residents will have opportunities to work with our pediatric specialists Dr. Van Niel and Dr.
Khan at Sea Mar Monroe for their pediatrics rotation. Specialty Care Sea Mar has been expanding their specialty services available to their patient population in order to improve specialty care access to patients and provide comprehensive, high quality care. Curriculum The Sea Mar Nurse Practitioner Residency is a month long program that begins with a four-week orientation process and gradually progresses to full independent practice.
The well-rounded curriculum of the NP residency was strategically designed to meet a variety of goals, including enhancing clinical skills, efficiency, and team work, completing a special project to give back to the organization, and develop resiliency skills in order to work long-term in a FQHC setting.
Specifically by the end of the program, the NP resident will: Progress from novice to experienced family nurse practitioner in providing care to diverse patient population, with ongoing focus on continued learning 2.
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