Lower Mainland Foot Care Nurses Association

The Foot Care Association is not an employer or in a contractor relationship with any service provider (foot care nurse).  Arrangement for services are to be made directly with the service provider and the service provider is responsible for the provision of the services etc.

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What The Foot Care Nurse Does

  • Treat a client by cutting and filing nails, reducing corns and calluses non- invasively within our scope of practice
  • Provide education to clients so they can improve their own foot care to prevent pain and complications (includes assessment of foot wear, aids etc)
  • Refer client to relevant healthcare specialties
  • Sterilize equipment according to recent Infection Control Guidelines.

Holistic includes the following:

  • Medical condition
  • Physical and cognitive limitations
  • Clients available support (family, care givers)
  • Clients goals and ability to comply

Our Services

Suggested visit frequency will be determined by discussion between nurse and client and can always be adjusted.

In home nursing foot care rates average $75-100. 

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Services provided by the Individual Foot Care Nurses:

  • Interview and history
  • Assess feet & nails, ambulation, environment, foot wear, skin condition, circulation
  • Education through sharing assessment, talking about prevention/management
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Clients should provide:

  • List of medications
  • Medical history
  • Towel
  • Good lighting
  • Comfortable chair
  • Shoes
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Benefits of Membership

As a member in good standing of  the Lower Mainland Foot Care Nurses Association you will:

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Join mentor meetings; foot care nurses sharing teaching moments, providing support and efficiencies with tools

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Showcase your skills in the member directory and gain new clients

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Publicize your contact information and quickly and easily receive new referrals from potential clients

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One new referral from this website, can cover the cost of a whole year of membership! 

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Link our directory to your website

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Access advertised deals from suppliers

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Access information regarding seminars and guest speakers, foot care supplies and new products

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Access Nursing Foot Care Opportunities from job opportunities to volunteer work

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Network with allied Foot Care Nurses

Mission Statement

To support and facilitate the continued professional and educational growth of all foot care nurses within the Lower Mainland Foot Care Nurses Association.

Who We Are

We are a group of independent foot care nurses from British Columbia who have formed an association that meets at regular intervals to exchange ideas and new information about our profession. As registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses, licensed practical nurses and nurse practitioners we provide foot care to clients in various settings throughout the lower mainland.

Membership

The membership term is 1 year from enrollment date, applications will be accepted at any time and if not renewed expire 3 days after renewal date.

If you have any questions or concerns about this process, please contact