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2018-19 Annual Point of Care
Proficiency Testing
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2018 Glucose Re-certification Days
Proficiency Testing
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Annual Point of Care Proficiency Testing

**2018 Glucose Re-certification Dates**

Located in Light Hall, Room 431

Thursday October 4th, 2018- 9:30 AM- 12:30 PM

Thursday November 1st, 2018- 9:30 AM- 12:30 PM

NOTE: You must provide a valid certificate in paper or electronic form prior to hands on re-certification.  Visit The Learning Exchange to take corresponding course.

POC Glucose Accuchek Meter Certification- 2019 FY


2019 P.O.C. Testing is provided at each C.A.V.E. Day Event

January 17, 18

March 7, 8

May 16, 17

All Learning Exchange Modules must be completed before competency check- off.  Proof of completion with paper certificate/ or electronic version is required.  Modules can be found in the Learning Exchange.  All modules start with “POC” to minimize search results.

Point-of-Care Testing (POCT) certification is an annual requirement for staff who work in clinical areas approved by the Medical Director of Laboratories to perform testing. Particular staff roles (RN, LPN, etc) must also be approved to perform POCT. If you are unsure as to whether your role and/or unit has been approved to perform POCT, please contact your supervisor.

This is not training. You must have had initial orientation for this testing. It is a time for you to show your proficiency.

For additional information regarding the various types of testing, annual certification process, quizzes, and proficiency tests, please visit The Learning Exchange which contains information on:

  • Fecal Occult Blood (FOB) – Hemoccult

  • Gastric pH and Occult Blood (GOB) - Gastroccult

  • Urine Testing
    - Visual Urine Dipstick Testing
    - Urine Dipstick Testing with Reader ( Clinitek Status +)
    - HCG combo rapid test Urine Pregnancy

  • Whole Blood Glucose Testing
    - Roche Inform II Meter

    Exactly one year after your last training, your access code for glucometers expires and is turned off.

    **You must be within a 90 day window of your certification expiring to update your user access.

    QUESTIONS?

Contact: Call Point of Care at 615-343-5707

Questions?

Contact Point of Care Coordinators:
Tyne Jenkins, Allie Enghauser, Norrissa Kemp, Kristy Blaney, Christina Lehn, or Team Lead Rhonda Robinson