Welcome to St. Luke’s

As a Clinical Instructor, you are an important part of St. Luke’s educational experience.  You will find the steps needed, to support you in your instructional role, listed below.

New Instructor

  1. Set up orientation with Student/Faculty Intake Coordinator at St. Luke’s Hospital. Contact your college or university for training dates.
  2. Health Requirements Form (HRF) (or copy of school document with required health information)
    • School document must have instructor name on it. If not, school representative must provide verification that information came from the school. Ex: Signed letter on letterhead, signed health document with business card of person signing, etc.
  3. Complete the Clinical Orientation Module and Clinical Instructor Orientation Module.
  4. Print and sign Clinical & Non-Clinical Attestation Form.
  5. Complete Instructor Information Sheet.
  6. Complete New Instructor Orientation Summary.
  7. Print and complete MedSelect User Form to receive access to medication administration.
  8. Once Steps 1 through 7 are complete, you will return the Clinical & Non-Clinical Attestation Form, Instructor Information Sheet, New Instructor Orientation Summary, and MedSelect User Form, at your new instructor orientation.
  9. During your instructor orientation, you will visit the Human Resources department to have your picture taken for your badge, so it can be picked up on your first clinical day. This can be done up to two (2) weeks prior to your start date, with a minimum of two (2) days before your start date.

Returning Instructor

  1. Health Requirements Form (HRF) required yearly (or copy of school document with required health information)
    • School document must have instructor name on it. If not, school representative must provide verification that information came from the school. Ex: Signed letter, signed health document with business card of person signing, etc.
  2. Complete the Clinical Orientation Module and Faculty Update Module, on the St. Luke’s Internet site (annually).
  3. Print and sign Clinical & Non-Clinical Attestation Form annually.
  4. Update Instructor Information Sheet annually.
  5. If teaching on a new unit, complete the New Instructor Orientation Summary.
  6. Once Steps 1 through 5 are complete, return Clinical & Non-Clinical Attestation Form, as well as, Instructor Information Sheet (if applicable) to the Student/Faculty Intake Coordinator, on or before your first day of clinical.

Glucose Meter Training

Prior to using the glucose meters at St. Luke’s Hospital, you will need to complete the educational Glucose Meter Training Module, and take the written test.

During your unit orientation, run both high and low controls, using your St. Luke’s ID badge, and dock the meter to complete your activation in the system.

For the students, use the Student Training Glucose Log, located on this site.  You must write a Yes or No, on each student line, noting whether controls were ran.  A single line down the column will not be acceptable

Student ID Number = St. Luke’s Badge Number (85. . .)

Additional Instructor Duties for Students

  1. Verify that college has sent over a student roster, at least one week prior, to the start of clinical orientation.
  2. Verify that students have turned in their Health Requirements Form, to the Student/Faculty Intake Coordinator, prior to orientation day.
  3. Collect Clinical & Non-Clinical Attestation Form from student, and turn in to the Student/Faculty Intake Coordinator, at the end of the clinical orientation day.
  4. Complete Student Training Glucose Log, and turn in to the Student/Faculty Intake Coordinator, at the end of the clinical orientation day.

Note:  If all student forms have not been received by the Student/Faculty Intake Coordinator, by above stated times, the student will not be able to start their clinical experience at the hospital.

Clinical Instructor Required Materials