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Wilmer Eye Care Pavilion

Preoperative and postoperative ambulatory care.

Patient Population
  • Pediatric (including neonates), adult, geriatric and multicultural
Number of Beds
  • 16 Stretcher chairs (Including one isolation room)
  • 1 Consult room
  • 1 Isolation room
Nurse/Patient Ratio
  • Assigned according to patient needs and peak volume
Rotation/Shifts
  • 6am – 10:30pm week days, Flexible shifts based on patient volume; we have 8, 10, and 12 hours shifts. (on call on weekends and holidays 7am-11pm) minimal weekend, holiday
Skill Mix
  • 13 Nurses – ( 12 RN; 1 LPN) ; 75% BSN; 8% MSN
Orientation
  • Individualized with unit-based preceptor
  • Observation of surgeries
  • Rehabilitation and guiding of patients with low vision
  • Sensitivity training
  • New Grads: SPRING program

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