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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.

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Keck Medicine of USC
Beyond Exceptional Medicine

Transplant Coordinator RNs

Lutheran Hospital
Fort Wayne, IN

Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, IN is looking for Transplant Coordinator RNs to join our team!

Looking to make your mark and really make a difference? As a Transplant Coordinator with Lutheran Hospital, you will have the unique opportunity to work closely with patients and their families throughout all of the complex phases of care associated with heart and kidney transplants.

We are looking for experienced Transplant Coordinator RNs to join our team and help grow our heart and kidney transplant units at Lutheran Hospital.

As a Transplant Coordinator, you will…

Facilitate/coordinate all transplant specific phases of care and processes for transplant recipients. Maintain documentation of requirements for certified transplant centers. Collaborate with all team members to provide individualized, multidisciplinary patient care. Participate in quality improvement efforts in alignment with program, department and hospital strategic plan.


• Bachelor of Science in Nursing required, MSN preferred
• Minimum of two years of relevant clinical nursing experience in a transplant program
• Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator or Certified Clinical Transplant Nurse (CCTC or CCTN) required or able to be completed within 1 year of hire
• Must currently possess or be able to obtain nursing license in the state of Indiana


• At least three years outpatient transplant experience as an RN Coordinator

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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.

*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:

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Updated 6-30-2020