kcdunlap 5,136 Views
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Call the facility about 8 pm and ask the reception person who should be contacted.
Just FYI - some LTC places are part of big chains and they have a central recruiter with a 1-800 number. You can get that # from reception. And for the other LTCs, it'll vary between DON, HR, occasionally a recruiter, or someone else (I was once Staff Dev and I got the applications). Usually the bigger the facility, the more specific and sophisticated it is.
Call the unit where they work or call the facility or find it online.
Thank you everyone! I just got home from the exam. I had 75 questions and got the "good pop-up"! I'm feeling so happy right now!!!
Sorry, I did not catch your drift. I became a diabetic educator by working in the education dept of a hospital. We employ a registered dietician who is also a CDE. Some nursing clinics and MD offices hire them. Drug co. hire them. Basically I guess you need look at the CDE application for qualifications. As for a job, talk to HR in various facilities, or call a few CDE's in your area to test the market. I had to create my own market by creating a curriculum for in/out-pt education.
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