Our Cooper team is growing, and we’ve just posted an opportunity for a full-time Patient Educator who will function as a member of the Pediatric Endocrinology team providing diabetes education and participating in the research done by the Division.
In this role, you will provide teaching for youths with diabetes and their families during direct patient contact, as well as teaching and management via telephone. This includes communicating with primary physicians and insurance companies to assist in securing prescriptions and supplies for proper care. You will also communicate with and contribute to the diabetes education of other professionals, including physicians, students, nurses (inpatient, school, visiting) and the general community.
Qualified applicants should be a graduate of an NLN accredited school of nursing, with a BSN preferred, as well as two years of pediatric nursing experience, CDE preferred.
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