Keiser Nursing Student Completes Clinical Rotation with Take Care
We were fortunate to have a wonderful nursing student from Keiser University’s College of Nursing this season at Take Care Private Duty Home Health Care (TCHH). While she preferred to do so anonymously, this student was gracious enough to share about her clinical rotation.
“TCHH has a warm and welcoming atmosphere that is great for a student or new nurses looking to gain insight into Home Health and outpatient care. It was really great to get to work under the Registered Nurse Clinical Supervisors (RNCS) and get an idea of all the work they do and what it entails to be a supervisor… It really increased my skill knowledge to be under multiple RNCSs and go to many different house visits and medication setups, I learned something new at each visit. The Sarasota [office] is very impressive and professional. The private setting for home health really opened my eyes to a new area of home health I wasn’t aware of previously… All together TCHH is a wonderful place and made a great impression.”
This student worked primarily with our RN Clinical Supervisors and Clinical Services Administrator Dr. Carolyn L Farrell, EdD, MBA, BS, RN. Yes, those are her correct and impressive credentials! Dr. Farrell, or Carolyn as she prefers to be called, has earned each one of these specialties over a career spanning 45 years in nursing and administration in the states and internationally. Carolyn leads a group of Take Care nurses with a collective 500 years of experience so our team has considerable knowledge to share, both the depth of nursing activities as well as insights about the personal nature of our services and nursing overall.
We would be remiss if we didn’t also mention how this recent student nurse was also helpful in providing us feedback to create a more formal orientation for students. We’re now even more prepared for the next nursing student who joins us during their capstone rotation, or perhaps a shadowing opportunity, to learn more about working in home care.
If this type of capstone project or mentorship program sounds intriguing to you, we invite you to reach out to Carolyn directly to explore options: 941.927.2292
The Take Care team always looks forward to building relationships with nurses and caregivers throughout their training and careers.