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Transplant Coordinator - Abdominal

Falls Church, VA

Job Description
The Fairfax Medical Campus is looking for a dynamic Transplant Coordinator to join the Abdominal Transplant team.

A successful Transplant Coordinator will provide:
- Assessments of patient needs and coordination of multidisciplinary care.
- Education to patients, their families and care providers.
- An integrated approach to achieve desired patient outcomes.

Joining Fairfax’s Transplant Team means that you will also be part of the Inova Health System.

Inova’s mission is to provide world-class healthcare – every time, every touch – to each person in every community we have the privilege to serve. Inova is Northern Virginia’s leading nonprofit healthcare provider, employing more than 18,000 team members and serving more than 2 million individuals annually through an integrated network of hospitals, primary and specialty care practices, emergency and urgent care centers, outpatient services and destination institutes such as the Inova Heart and Vascular Institute, Inova Schar Cancer Institute and Inova Neuroscience and Spine Institute.

Inova Employee Benefits:
· Relocation assistance is available
· Medical, dental, and vision insurance
· Competitive paid time off (PTO) accruals with seven annual holidays in addition to your PTO
· Competitive 401k match
· Educational assistance


Requirements
Experience: Two years clinical experience. Preferred - Transplant experience.
Education: BSN
Certification: BLS
Licensure: Valid VA RN license.
Special Skills: Verbal and written communication skills, computer competency, interpersonal skills.

Send resumes or inquiries to Nyssa Chiavacci at nyssa.chiavacci@inova.org.

Apply online at www.inovacareers.org.


Transplant Compliance Coordinator

Under the guidance of the Director, Yale-New Haven Transplantation Center (YNHTC), the Transplant Compliance Coordinator is responsible for auditing the adherence to the transplant centers policies and procedures regarding the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) and the Center for Medicaid and Medicare (CMS). This includes oversight to the transmission of individual transplant patient data through the UNOS UNET database system. This position reports to the Vice President of Administration at YNHH for administrative issues and to the Director, YNHTC for clinical issues.

Responsibilities:

  • Monitors policy changes related to UNET and assesses impact to operations within the YNHTC. Assists with the development and/or revisions to internal operating policies to ensure compliance.
  • Reviews medical charts to ensure compliance with UNOS and CMS policies and procedures and report findings to the Director, YNHTC.
  • Monitors compliance with UNOS and CMS policies and conduct routine audit reviews.
  • Participates as a member of the YNHTC Quality Assurance and Program Improvement Committee (QA/PI), providing reports as requested by the Director, YNHTC.
  • Maintains current knowledge of applicable UNOS policies and bylaws and CMS Conditions of Participation for Transplant Centers and monitors advancements in information privacy technologies to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance.

Qualifications:

EDUCATION

  • Completion of bachelor’s degree in health care related field.
  • Master's Degree preferred.
  • Current CT RN License

EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum one year experience in supervisory position.
  • At least 3-5 years’ experience in a patient care setting or
  • Experience working in transplantation.

EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran

Contact: Chuck.Aprea@ynhh.org to apply.


The Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute at The Mount Sinai Hospital brings together a renowned team of surgeons, physicians and healthcare professionals to support patients with end stage organ disease every step of the way in the transplantation process.


TRANSPLANT COORDINATOR
*Kidney Pre-Transplant
* Kidney Living Donor

The clinical coordinator is a Bachelor's prepared Registered Nurse or Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant with advanced and diverse clinical knowledge and skills, which functions in the capacity of a clinician, educator, collaborator and patient advocate in a semi-autonomous, self-directed role. The coordinator utilizes advanced interpersonal skills to coordinate, facilitate, plan, implement and evaluate all facets of care for patients and families during the transplantation and donation process.

Responsibilities include:
• Coordinating the activities of the multi-disciplinary team under the direction of our physicians and surgeons, ensuring compliance with all regulatory standards, providing quality care in a patient centric environment.
• Facilitating the comprehensive evaluation of patients/donors prior to listing with UNOS assuming primary responsibility for the planning, implementation and evaluation of this process.
• 24 hour primary on-call responsibility, requiring independent triage of patient calls and evaluation of all deceased donor organ offers and setting up those transplant surgeries.

The ideal candidate has prior acute care, intensive care or dialysis experience. Previous transplant and/or donation experience welcomed but not a necessity. We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Please email your resume to: carolyn.forman@mountsinai.org.

Visit our website at www.mountsinai.org/careers.


RN Living Donor Coordinator - Transplant Services (Kidney Acquisition)

UTMB Health
Galveston, TX

Minimum Qualifications
• Registered Nurse with a Bachelor Degree in Nursing (or related field)
• Current Texas licensure.
• A minimum of 3 years of surgical/medical experience

Job Description

With minimal supervision, serves as a clinician with advanced knowledge and skills demonstrating a high degree of professional competence and autonomy in the care of living donors within the transplant program.

Serves in a variety of roles including: clinician; collaborator; educator; consultant; researcher; and patient advocate to living donors, families, and staff as necessary. Additionally acts as a consultant/liaison to internal and external customers.

The Living Donor Coordinator is a designated member of the transplant team and is primarily responsible for coordinating clinical aspects of living donor care throughout all phases of living donation.

The Living Donor Coordinator works with living donors and their families from referral, through the evaluation and continuing during and after the donation procedure, in a compassionate and tactful manner in order to provide and facilitate access to continuity of care and ensure informed consent.

Demonstrates understanding and the ability to facilitate the referral process when contacted by a potential living donor to include completion of donor referral information and verification of the potential recipient’s candidacy for living donor transplant. Pre-Evaluation Phase
Provides referral, and promotes access, to the Independent Donor Advocate (IDA) prior to initiation of evaluation testing.

Preferred Language
Bilingual (Spanish and English) preferred but not required.

For additional information or to apply for this position go to:   https://utmb.jobs/jobs/69536/utmbrms/galveston-tx/nursing-patient-care/living-donor-coordinator-rn-transplant-services-kidney-acquisition-69536/


QAPI Manager, Transplant Services

UTMB Health
Galveston, TX

Minimum Qualifications
• Bachelor degree in Nursing, Healthcare Administration or closely related field
• A minimum of eight (8) years of experience directly related to quality/performance improvement functions within a healthcare setting.
• Five (5) years of experience within a transplant quality program
• Three (3) years of experience serving as a quality/performance improvement manager or director
Preferred Work Experience
• Ten (10) or more years of experience directly related to quality/performance improvement functions within a healthcare setting:
• Five (5) years of experience within a transplant quality program
• Five (5) or more years of experience serving as a quality/performance improvement manager or director

Preferred License/Certificate
Six Sigma Green Belt or Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) certification

Job Description

The QAPI Manager, Transplant Services is tasked with developing and maintaining the QAPI program and an educational framework that ensures all transplant program and other hospital department staff have knowledge of new and existing regulatory requirements related to quality and patient safety.

They will serve as the key liaison during survey activities. They will also serve as advisor and subject matter expert in Joint Commission, CMS, UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing) and other regulatory agency standards and policies.

The manager oversees staff that aid in developing and implementing new programs aimed at improving or maintaining departmental effectiveness and efficiency, and reviews identified opportunities for improvement. This individual supervises the transplant quality and outcomes coordinator and other designated support staff.

For more information or to apply for this position go to:   https://utmb.jobs/jobs/69894/utmbrms/galveston-tx/nursing-patient-care/qapi-manager-transplant-services-galveston-campus-69894/


Clinical Transplant Nursing Coordinator

Yale New Haven Health
New Haven, CT
Full time

To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission and live our Values. These values - integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion - must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.

Responsible for coordinating clinical aspects of multi-organ transplantation as it applies to the transplant recipient. Assists in the development and growth of an individualized program for patients referred for possible transplantation. Responsibilities include coordination of the pre-transplant evaluation, registration and listing of potential transplant recipients, and post-transplant care. As an integral member of an interdisciplinary team, coordinates and performs various other clinical, educational, administrative, and technical responsibilities related to clinical transplantation.

EDUCATION

  • BSN /or appropriate certification/licensure. Master’s Degree is also desirable.

EXPERIENCE

  • Two (2) to five (5) years clinical patient care in an area relevant to transplantation. Actual experience in organ transplantation is highly desirable and preferred

LICENSE

Registered Nurse or Physician's Assistant recommended Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator (CCTC) recommended within 2 years of starting position

To apply for Clinical Transplant Nursing Coordinator contact Kaleigh Scarfo at:    Kaleigh.Scarfo@ynhh.org


Clinical Specialist and Project Manager

At OmniLife, we are revolutionizing how the donation and transplant community work together with our communication platform. We all know donation and transplant is chaotic. We email, we call, we fax, we text – anything to get the job done. Our communication platform helps get the right information, to the right people, at the right time. The result are highly coordinated and adaptable teams to help OPO and Transplant teams to continually navigate the ever-changing landscape of transplant and to make the best possible donor-to-specific-recipient decisions, honoring the gift of life and ultimately saving lives.

As part of a recent reward of a $1.5M NIH SBIR Phase II grant, we will need highly clinically experienced donation and transplant coordinators or clinical managers who have worked at multiple transplant centers and OPOs and are technically skilled/savvy.

Principle Accountabilities
• Product Enhancements
• Product Implementation and Integration
• Clinical Marketing Content Generation

Making a Difference
OmniLife in Feb 2016, have raised +$5 million including 2 NIH SBIR Phase I/II grants, grown a team of experienced and passionate professionals, and delivered our first product, TXP Chat™ which is used by over 200 transplant clinicians and successfully facilitated over 500 life-saving transplants.

Connected Purpose
The connected purpose to the donation and transplant industry starts with the founders. Dalton Shaull, founder and CEO, received an experimental nerve transplant to regain function of paralyzed arm. Eric Pahl, founder and CSO, has a family history liver disease and uses machine learning to predict transplant outcomes.

For more information about OmniLife visit our website at:    www.omnilife.ai

For more informaiton about the Clinical Specialist position and to apply go to:     
https://jobs.lever.co/txpchat/21d26419-4486-4f8f-940f-f576b3d8ea6a



Transplant Coordinator

At Stony Brook Medicine, a Transplant Coordinator is a valuable member of our team, who provides clinical services to our patient population.

  • Working with pre-transplant multi-disciplinary team to conduct new patient evaluations and re-evaluations of patients on annual basis
  • Coordinates patient entry and introduction to the transplant program
  • Coordinates pre-transplant education for patients and their caregivers
  • Works with the outreach coordinator to provide professional education for community nephrologists and dialysis center staff
  • Responsible for outreach activities and events for patients and referring providers
  • Will act as the liaison between the transplant center and the community dialysis centers and Nephrology offers
  • Responsible for obtaining patient referrals
  • Responsible for providing education to patients and providers both on site and out in the field
  • Coordinates medical, surgical, financial, psychosocial, nutrition, and pharmaceutical evaluation and on-going care needs of pre transplant patients
  • Participates in patient care planning and selection conference
  • Lists patients for transplant in a timely manner to facilitate access to donated organs
  • Helps to maintain the UNOS waiting list according to program policies and procedures, regulatory requirements, and national guidelines
  • Remains knowledgeable of all listed patients' status to ensure patient safety and facilitate organ placement in collaboration with transplant physicians
  • Works with multidisciplinary team on performance improvement projects
  • Attending meetings, national, regional, local and internal.

Qualifications

Required:

  • NYS licensed R
  • Knowledge of Office/EXCEL
  • Excellent communication skills.

Preferred:

  • CCTC (Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator)
  • Experience with ESRD/kidney transplant.

For more information or to apply go to:         https://apptrkr.com/1821049


Lung Pre-Transplant Nurse Coordinator

Our LUNG PRE-TRANSPLANT NURSE COORDINATORS are health care professionals responsible for the continuum of care experienced by the transplant patient at the University of Washington Medical Center located in Seattle. The role focuses on the duties related to the pre-transplantation phase and will include procurement call. Management for a designated transplant patient population includes independent patient assessment, triage, education, coordination of medical and nursing care, and documentation of care. Integral to the role is an understanding of the regulations and data requirements surrounding transplant care issued from the United Network of Organ Sharing and HRSA.

Our Lung Transplant service is one of the largest programs in North America. We provide lung transplant care for the entire Pacific Northwest. We are proud to provide this uniquely specialized care to patients in this region. Through the dedicated work of our team, patient survival and quality of life are superior. The Nurse Coordinators play a key role in this team effort.

As a Magnet recognized organization, the University of Washington Medical Center recognizes the contribution of nursing to high quality patient care, values professional nursing practice, promotes ongoing development of nursing staff, encourages autonomy and innovation, and supports interdisciplinary collaboration.

Position requires at least 2 years ICU nursing experience; transplant experience, BSN preferred. 

Please apply to www.uw.edu/jobs, position number 167833. 

Contact Kristi Fitzgerald (206) 598-3217, or kristi8@uw.edu for additional information.


RN Coordinator (Hepatobiliary/Transplant - Main OR)

Full-Time, 10-Hour Days

For Keck Medicine of USC, just being good isn’t good enough. Our legacy is about more than just medicine or academic achievement – it’s about exceeding the standards of care for each patient. Join us and help us continue to provide beyond exceptional medicine.

The successful applicant will use their extraordinary leadership abilities and sound clinical skills to actively assist the Director of Perioperative Services and the OR Charge Nurse in coordinating the day-to-day activities of the operating room with a specific focus abdominal transplants and hepatobiliary surgery. You will take a leading role in coordinating assignments, in-servicing and orienting new staff, performance improvement, job performance evaluations, staffing, scheduling and working with physicians for improved outcomes.

Requirements include a BSN (MSN preferred, CNOR referral) and 3+ years of experience as an OR nurse (5+ years preferred); service lead and scrubbing experience preferred. Must have valid CA Registered Nursing license, BLS from the American Heart Association, and Fire and Safety Certification.

As a member of the Keck Medicine of USC family, you’ll enjoy a wide array of benefits, including substantial tuition benefits at USC for employees and their families! We also offer exceptional healthcare, retirement and quality of life programs designed to help you make the most of your USC experience.

Apply today! https://usccareers.usc.edu/job/los-angeles/rn-coordinator-hepatobiliary-transplant-main-or-surgery-full-time-10-hour-days-non-exempt-non-union/1209/10065261

Keck Medicine of USC
Beyond Exceptional Medicine


Clinical Transplant Coordinator

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital in Spokane, Washington is recruiting for a Clinical Transplant Coordinator.

The ideal candidate will be competent in the following:

• 3-5 years of Cardiology experience either in advanced heart failure, CICU or Transplant
• Knowledge of CMS/UNOS policies and procedures
• Facilitation and coordination of evaluation and OPTN/UNOS listing for potential heart transplant
• Knowledge and ability to facilitate transplant process when organ becomes available
• Demonstrates understanding of post-transplant management including medications, complications, interventions and discharge planning in the coordination of recipient care
• Collaboration and participation in outreach clinics

Required qualifications for this position include:

• Licensed to practice as a registered nurse (RN) in the state of Washington
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
• Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

To apply or for additional information go to:     https://www.providenceiscalling.jobs/spokane-wa/rn-clinical-transplant-coordinator/A069FC5BFED44949AA47D5A254767569/job/


 

Registered Nurse Transplant Coordinator

Phoenix, AZ

Banner University Medical Center Transplant Institute is Arizona’s most experienced transplant center, providing comprehensive care to adult patients in pre and post-transplant acute clinics.

This Pre-Liver Transplant Nurse Coordinator opportunity is open to experienced transplant coordinators as well as, new to service nurses. Bring your experience in ICU, Telemetry, Progressive Care or Case Management to grow your career as a Transplant Coordinator. In this role, you will lead the coordination of care for the patient throughout the transplant referral and evaluation process and provide support for patients on the transplant waiting list. You will have the opportunity to participate in community outreach programs, quality and process improvement initiatives, development of patient and family educational materials, as well as, opportunities for continued learning and professional growth and development. Schedule is day shift, Monday – Friday with option for 8x5, or 4x10 plus, rotating on call required.

Qualifications:
Requires current RN license in state of practice. Requires a minimum of three years clinical nursing experience; at least two of those years in a clinical specialty area such as ICU, PCU, CM, OR, ED, Dialysis, Oncology or Telemetry. Must have a working knowledge of care management, resource/utilization management, and hospital and community resources. Must demonstrate clinical proficiency in the care of transplant patients.

Apply online at: https://jobs-bannerhealth.icims.com/jobs/257242/registered-nurse-rn-transplant-coordinator/job?iis=&iisn=Buck_NATCO_RNTransplant


Transplant Coordinator - Post Lung

Transplant Coordinators - bring your experience to Duke University Hospital's Lung Transplant Program, where we have an immediate opportunity in Post-lung transplant.  We are an active program, transplanting 100+ patients per year while delivering exemplary care for each patient to ensure excellent patient experiences and outcomes.

Working with lung transplant patients during the post phase of transplant, you will be part of a multidisciplinary team that includes 13 lung transplant coordinators and three nurse clinicians, you will provide advanced nursing care for patients after lung transplantation along the continuum of outpatient to inpatient 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

In addition to a BSN and state of NC RN licensure, we require five years’ nursing experience with at least two years in transplant, critical care, disease specific OR minimum of 3 years clinical nursing experience in transplant, critical care, disease specific.

A great place to live and work.
Consistently rated as one of the best in the United States and known around the world for its outstanding care and groundbreaking research, this is the place for you. Ranked #1 in North Carolina and #1 in the Raleigh-Durham area in 2018-19 by U.S News & World Report you’ll discover opportunities of a lifetime.

In addition to a benefits package that is second to none, U.S. News & World Report named Raleigh/Durham a Top 10 Best Place to Live. Here you’ll find young, friendly, diverse and educated people who enjoy dining out in local restaurants and gathering over craft beers. The family-friendly Triangle (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) also has an abundance of beautiful green spaces and a growing art and music scene.

Learn more and apply online at www.DukeNursing.org.

Be part of excellence. Be a Duke Nurse.

EOE

 


Transplant Coordinator - Heart Services Transplant Program

Transplant Coordinators - bring your experience to Duke University Hospital's Heart Services Transplant Program, where we have an immediate opportunity. We are an active program, transplanting 70+ patients per year while delivering exemplary care for each patient to ensure excellent patient experiences and outcomes.

Working with pre- and post-heart transplant patients during the post phase of transplant, as an integral member of a larger interdisciplinary team contributing to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, and in providing leadership to the organization, you will provide advanced nursing care for patients after transplantation along the continuum of outpatient to inpatient 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

In addition to a BSN and state of NC RN licensure, we require five years’ nursing experience with at least two years in transplant, critical care, disease specific OR minimum of 3 years clinical nursing experience in transplant, critical care, disease specific.

A great place to live and work.
Consistently rated as one of the best in the United States and known around the world for its outstanding care and groundbreaking research, this is the place for you. Ranked #1 in North Carolina and #1 in the Raleigh-Durham area in 2018-19 by U.S News & World Report you’ll discover opportunities of a lifetime.

In addition to a benefits package that is second to none, U.S. News & World Report named Raleigh/Durham a Top 10 Best Place to Live. Here you’ll find young, friendly, diverse and educated people who enjoy dining out in local restaurants and gathering over craft beers. The family-friendly Triangle (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) also has an abundance of beautiful green spaces and a growing art and music scene.

Learn more and apply online at www.DukeNursing.org.

Be part of excellence. Be a Duke Nurse.

EOE


IIAM Regional Director – East Coast

IIAM is seeking an experienced donor professional to oversee OPO relations in the east coast to Midwest territory.  As an IIAM Regional Director, you will use your engaging, professional and enthusiastic personality to lead discussions, educate and promote the groundbreaking world of medical advancements made possible through organ donation.  If you’re interested in becoming part of our dynamic team, please review the details enclosed and apply!

Overview/risks:
Develops and maintains effective business relationships between IIAM and donor recovery programs (current and future) in assigned territory. Assists the recovery programs in promoting research donation in their service areas through education and technical training. Addresses concerns of the recovery programs regarding IIAM policies, protocols, procedures and services and facilitates communication with the recovery programs regarding their adherence to IIAM protocols. Supports IIAM Client Services and new business development with technical input regarding requested research tissues to ensure a successful partnership. Represents IIAM Donor and Client Services at a national level. Acts as Administrator On-Call as assigned.

Qualifications:

 Education: Associate's Degree
Years of Experience: 3 - 5 years
Other: Well versed in organ donation and donor management

Specialized Knowledge, Technical Skills, and Abilities:
1. Ability to travel extensively and to maintain a home office
2. PC Literacy required
3. Effective oral and written communication skills
4. Energetic, self-directed, service-oriented. Goal-oriented, professional demeanor, demonstrated ability to plan, budget, and manage a territory. Capable of establishing territory goals and executing plans for achieving them. Fast learner who exhibits creativity and flexibility. Dynamic leadership skills. Effective in team environment. Comfortable communicating in new and unfamiliar environments. Capable of maintaining open communication with colleagues, peers and staff. Open to and supportive of the ideas, issues, and needs of others.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Bachelor's Degree
Years of Experience: 3 - 7 years
Other: Management experience preferred
Specific Licenses and/or Certifications: CPTC Preferred

Specialized Knowledge, Technical Skills, and Abilities: Savvy in medical terminology; donor management; surgical recovery and/or training abilities

Applicants should apply at www.mtf.org/careers

Inquiries can be sent to  Andre Thompson, Talent Acquisition Partner (andre_thompson@mtf.org) ; 732-661- 2387



Nurse Practitioner for the PACT Program

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford in Palo Alto, CA is growing and currently recruiting for a Nurse Practitioner for the PACT Program (Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Therapies) which includes Heart Failure & Heart Transplant.

We are looking for MSN degree graduates from an accredited college or university who have graduated from an NP Program accredited by the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) or the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

Here is a link to our website, where you can learn more about Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford http://www.stanfordchildrens.org/en/about-us


If you are interested in the full time Nurse Practitioner for the PACT Program position in Palo Alto, CA click on the link below to apply:


http://careers.stanfordchildrens.org/jobs/4950768-nurse-practitioner-peds-cardiology-pact-program-1-dot-0-fte-days

If you have any questions please email: Yari Oseguera at YOseguera@stanfordchildrens.org


Director of Family Care

The Director of Family Care is responsible for successfully developing and implementing plans to fulfill the goals and objectives of the Family Care department in collaboration with and as approved by the Vice President, Operations. The Director of Family Care is responsible for providing effective leadership, planning, supervision and performance of the department’s staff and their activities in support of organizational goals. Develops, oversees, implements and evaluates all programs and services related to aftercare for STA donor families. Collaborates with Operational leadership and staff to foster, promote and sustain cross-departmental collaboration in support of optimal department and organization outcomes.

The director is responsible for fostering an environment that promotes and sustains the highest level of team and individual engagement and works to promote strengths-based leadership and tools to achieve the objectives.

Education & Work Experience Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, life sciences, or communication is required. Five 5) years applicable work experience or the pursuit and completion of a Bachelor’s degree within two (2) years will be considered.
• A minimum of five years of supervisory/management experience required.
• In-depth knowledge of the OPO industry and federal regulatory standards and Texas law regarding anatomical gifts. Maintains awareness of identified best practices in family care
• Demonstrated experience in creating and delivering quality training and educational materials and programs. Must have the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel and to represent the organization publicly.
• Ability to cope with high levels of stress and able to handle a heavy workload.

Please apply online at: http://www.organ.org


Transplant Coordinator Pre-kidney

Transplant Coordinator, Pre-kidney – bring your experience to Duke University Hospital’s Transplant Program. We are an active program, delivering exemplary care for each patient to ensure excellent patient experiences and outcomes.

As an integral member of a larger interdisciplinary team that includes five pre coordinators that are part of a total of 10 recipient coordinators (pre, inpatient, post) and three living donor coordinators, you will care for patients in the referral, evaluation, and acute transplant process contributing to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, and in providing leadership to the organization.

In addition to a BSN and state of NC RN licensure, we require 5 years nursing experience with at least two years in transplant, critical care, disease specific OR minimum of 3 years clinical nursing experience in transplant, critical care, disease specific.

A great place to live and work.
Consistently rated as one of the best in the United States and known around the world for its outstanding care and groundbreaking research, this is the place for you. Ranked #1 in North Carolina and #1 in the Raleigh-Durham area in 2018-19 by U.S News & World Report you’ll discover opportunities of a lifetime.

In addition to a benefits package that is second to none, U.S. News & World Report named Raleigh/Durham a Top 10 Best Place to Live. Here you’ll find young, friendly, diverse and educated people who enjoy dining out in local restaurants and gathering over craft beers. The family-friendly Triangle (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) also has an abundance of beautiful green spaces and a growing art and music scene.

Learn more and apply online at www.DukeNursing.org.

Be part of excellence. Be a Duke Nurse.

EOE


Transplant Program Director

Inova Health System
Falls Church, VA

Inova Transplant Center is the most active transplant program in the Northern Virginia and Washington, DC areas. The program is led by the Inova Fairfax Medical Campus - recognized as one of the nation's finest hospitals. Inova Transplant Center offers a full scope of inpatient and outpatient transplant services for patients who require kidney, pancreas, heart, lung or bone marrow transplantations. Inova offers both air and ground transport systems that are equipped to handle acute patients’ needs and are available for immediate organ retrieval.

Opportunity Description:
As Registered Nurse and the Director of Inova's Transplant Program, you will be responsible for the clinical and financial operations of the program. You will ensure the quality of care, the efficiency of operations, and financial performance of the program. The Transplant Program has a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, social workers, dietitians, care coordinators and administrative staff. Collectively, you and your team of about 30 team members will ensure Inova is providing the best services and care available for approximately 540 community members who are awaiting transplants, patients who are preparing for transplants and approximately 700 patients who received transplants. Together, with the physicians, you will assist in ensuring the Transplant Department adheres to transplant specific UNOS/CMS regulations.

Minimum Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Registered Nurse 5+ years nursing experience
• 2 years management experience

Apply online at:
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=25649&siteid=5465#jobDetails=3926204_5465
Or contact Michele Theiss, Executive Recruiter at Michele.theiss@inova.org



RN Clinical Transplant Coordinator

Company: Centura Health – Porter Adventist Hospital

Location: Denver, CO, 80210

Job Requisition: 2019-15294

Shift: Days

Work Type: Full-time

Flourishing Begins Here

You have a purpose, unique talents and NOW is the time to embrace it, live it and put it to work. At Centura Health, we value incredible people with incredible skills – but your commitment to a greater cause is something we value even more.
This position assumes responsibility and accountability for comprehensive care, support, and education to transplant recipients, living donors, if applicable, and their families throughout all phases of the transplant process. Participates as a member of the transplant multidisciplinary team to identify and meet the physical and emotion needs of the patient, ensuring the coordination of the clinical aspects for the transplant recipient. Acts as a liaison between the kidney transplant program and dialysis facilities, as applicable. Utilizes the nursing process to promote and restore optimal health and well-being of the patient. Ensures continuity of care through effective communication and collaboration with the multidisciplinary team, referring providers, and other health care professionals as necessary. The RN coordinator can cross-cover for other coordinators, multi-task, prioritize, and triage accordingly. Possible travel required to outreach clinics in Colorado and throughout the region. Assumes personal accountability for organizational mission and core values of Centura Health.

Job Requirements:


• Two years of acute or critical care nursing experience
• Previous transplant experience required
• Strong interpersonal, critical thinking, and analytical skills
• Strong computer skills
• Bachelor's degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing required
• Current Colorado RN license required
• Current BLS from the American Heart Association required
• Clinical Transplant Coordinator certification, preferred or obtained within 2 years of hire

Join our incredible community and apply today, http://full-nfo.com/lFiEtP.


 


 




 

Updated 3-11-2020