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Interested in Joining our Care​ Team?

Apply now and join our team at M&M ADVANCED FOOTCARE LTD. in Prince George, British Columbia.

Help us provide quality foot care services and promote education in our community

Employment Opportunity; Benefits Available for Permanent Employees

Foot Care Nurse – Full time/ Part time/Casual - Prince George

M&M Advanced Footcare Ltd. is seeking a Registered or Licensed Foot Care Nurse to join our growing team located in a professional medical office in Prince George, BC. We are a licensed Nursing Foot Care company providing homecare and outpatient clinics. Our values include providing safe, client-centered, professional foot care while maintaining the dignity and independence of our clients.

With support from our Office Assistant and Office Manager, the Foot Care Nurse provides professional foot care services in outpatient clinics and/or community foot care services using our top quality equipment and implements. Successful candidates should be compassionate,  knowledgeable, patient, and have strong communication skills.

Responsibilities would include:
  • Assessment, maintenance and treatment of common ailments of the foot
  • Patient teaching to support client independence and positive patient outcomes
  • Autonomous client centered care planning and documentation using an Electronic Health Record system
  • Managing and conducting all aspects of community foot care visits while adhering to current standards of practice
  • Maintaining knowledge and training on current best practices for Advanced Foot Care, Infection Prevention and Control, Occupational Health and Safety and British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals Scope of Practice
  • Diligent documentation and communication with supervisor and other members of the health care team regarding changes, concerns, progress, and treatment plan updates
  • Travelling autonomously using own vehicle to provide foot care services to clients in the community
  • Be a registered member in good standing with the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals
  • Current license to practice in British Columbia
  • Advanced Foot Care Certificate recognized by the BCCNP
  • Valid drivers license; must have own vehicle
  • Current Criminal Record Check for Vulnerable Sector
  • Basic computer skills (electronic health record system training will be provided)