ST. ELIZABETH HEALTHCARE
About St. Elizabeth Healthcare
St. Elizabeth Healthcare is one of the oldest, largest and most respected medical providers in the Greater Cincinnati region. For more than 150 years, St. Elizabeth has been the heart and soul of healthcare in Northern Kentucky. Founded with one small hospital in 1861, St. Elizabeth Healthcare now operates six facilities throughout Northern Kentucky and Indiana – St. Elizabeth Covington, St. Elizabeth Dearborn, St. Elizabeth Edgewood, St. Elizabeth Florence, St. Elizabeth Ft. Thomas and St. Elizabeth Grant. St. Elizabeth also has vast resources to serve the Greater Cincinnati area, including almost 1,200 licensed beds; a physician organization, which includes more than 100 primary care and specialty office locations; 1,200 physicians with admitting privileges; nearly 10,800 associates; more than 1,200 volunteers; and three freestanding imaging centers and two ambulatory surgery centers.
Modules take approximately 1 hour to complete.
Passing score is 80% or better.
Students may complete the modules as many times as necessary to pass.
The General Hospital Safety & Test, HIPAA Privacy/Security & Test, Identifying and Reporting Abuse Module & Test, Obesity Understanding Awareness & Sensitivity Module & Test, and the Student Patient Experience & Questions must be completed annually (calendar year) by everyone going to any of the St. Elizabeth Healthcare campuses.
The Infection Control Module is not required if the student has had current Bloodborne, TB, and AIDS OSHA training this year in their training. If they have not had the Bloodborne, TB, and AIDS OSHA training this year in their class curriculum, they must complete this module and test in order to be compliant with the St. Elizabeth onboarding requirements.
Infection Control & Test
Obesity Understanding Awareness & Sensitivity
General Hospital Safety & Test
Identifying and Reporting Abuse & Test
Student Patient Experience
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Epic E-Learning (To be completed if EPIC access/charting is required for practium)
Perioperative Modules and Tests (To be completed if participating in Perioperative Clinicals)