Urgent Care/Clinic Skills Checklist

This profile is for use by healthcare professionals in this discipline and specialty. It will not be a determining factor for the program.
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  • Please mark your level of experience

    1. No theory and/or experience
    2. Limited experience/need supervision and/or support
    3. Experienced/minimal support needed to perform
    4. Proficient/can perform independently
  • CARDIOVASCULAR

  • Assessment

  • Interpretation of Labs/Tests

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • PULMONARY

  • Assessment

  • Interpretation of Lab/Tests

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • NEUROLOGICAL

  • Assessment

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • ORTHOPEDICS

  • Assessment

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • GASTROINTESTINAL

  • Assessment

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • RENAL/GENITOURINARY

  • Assessment

  • Interpretation of Labs

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • ENDOCRINE/METABOLIC

  • Assessment

  • Assessment

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • EENT

  • Assessment

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Medications

  • INFECTIOUS DISEASE

  • Assessment

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • WOUND MANAGEMENT

  • PAIN MANAGEMENT

  • PSYCHIATRIC

  • Assessment

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Medications

  • WOMEN'S HEALTH

  • Assessment

  • Equipment & Procedures

  • Care of the Patient with

  • PEDIATRICS

  • Assessment

  • Care of the Pediatric Patient with

  • Medications (Others in System Specific Areas)

  • MISCELLANEOUS

  • Care of the Patient with

  • Age specific practice criteria

    A. Newborn/Neonate (birth - 30 days)
    B. Infant (30 days - 1 year)
    C. Toddler (1 - 3 years)
    D. Preschooler (3 - 5 years)
    E. School age children (5 - 12 years)
    F. Adolescents (12 - 18 years)
    G. Young adults (18 - 39 years)
    H. Middle adults (39 - 64 years)
    I. Older Adults (64+)

    Please check the boxes below for each age group for which you have expertise in providing age-appropriate care.
  • My experience is primarily in the following settings

  • Adults

  • Pediatrics

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