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Heart Transplant Coordinator

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford in Palo Alto, CA is growing and currently recruiting for a Heart Transplant Coordinator.
We are looking for BSN degree graduates from an accredited college or university who have 3 or more years of experience. Cardiac and/or Critical Care experience is preferred.

Here is a link to our website, where you can learn more about Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford

If you are interested in the full time Heart Transplant Coordinator position in Palo Alto, CA click on the link below to apply:

If you have any questions please email: Yari Oseguera at

Yari Oseguera
Employment Specialist
Human Resources

Pediatric Transplant Administrator

Dell Children’s Medical Center is in search of a Transplant Administrator to plan, develop, implement, and manage the hospital-based Pediatric Transplant Center. The Administrator will collaborate with hospital and clinical leadership to implement the heart and kidney transplant programs as well as future development of solid organ and tissue transplant programs.

• Establishment of market strategy, clinical program, service offerings, quality assurance and performance improvement (QAPI) programs, outcome measures, negotiation of managed care agreements, establishment of a referral network, communication and data systems development
• Physician recruitment, alignment or acquisitions; evaluation, development and adaptation of clinical/business processes.
• Facilitates a culture of teamwork, collaboration, and accountability.
• Partners with physicians to implement clinical standards and programs in an efficient/cost effective manner to provide a unified approach to care delivery.
• Develops and implements cost, Clinical Process Reliability (CPR), and efficiency plans.
• Market expansion and/or new services in response to innovation, technology, strategic developments or compensation consistent with program goals
• Develops short and long range strategic plans for the service, operating and capital budgets, and an integrated strategic and financial plan.
• Keeps abreast of regulatory, legal, reimbursement changes, industry trends, database registries, certifications, and external benchmark reasons to deliver outstanding clinical care.

• Bachelor's degree required
• Master's degree preferred

• 5 years of experience required
• 2 years of leadership or management experience required

Preferred qualifications include:
• Master’s degree in Business, Nursing or related healthcare field
• Minimum 5 years’ in a transplant center management position
• Strong transplant financial, strategic/business planning and operational experience

To apply for this position click HERE   

Nurse Manager - Thoracic Transplant

UVA Health Charlottesville, VA

The Thoracic manager will supervise teams of clinicians and oversee the day-to-day operations of the adult and pediatric Heart and Lung Transplant programs, as well the multiorgan Transplant center outpatient clinic. The manager will partner with the Thoracic program’s medical and surgical directors to collaboratively meet all patient care needs and regulatory requirements. This individual will function as a leader and an expert professional practitioner who will be responsible for fostering the delivery of exceptional patient care.

  • Manages and supports the day to day operations.
  • Supervises all nurses and support staff.
  • Oversees the preparation of schedules.
  • Accurately forecasts and manages budget for the unit.
  • Develops programs addressing continuous quality improvement, system enhancement, streamlined processes, patience experience and nurse performance.
  • Ensures compliance with appropriate regulatory requirements.
  • Ensures that the highest quality nursing care is provided.
  • Develops and manages partnerships with clinicians, physicians and administrators.
  • Promotes integration of multidisciplinary work groups.
  • Manages team member engagement and retention.
  • Implement the UVA shared governance nursing model ensuring shared decision making that affects nursing practice, quality improvement, professional development and research.   

Position Compensation Range: $81,078.40 - $129,729.60 Annually

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  • Education: BSN from accredited nursing program, Master's degree in related field within 5 years of hire.
  • Experience: 3 plus years of progressively more responsible experience as a registered nurse in a patient care environment required.
  • Licensure: License to Practice as a Registered Nurse in Virginia required. American Heart Association (AHA) Health Care Provider BLS certification required. Valid Virginia Driver’s license required for managers with responsibility operations in multiple locations.


RN Clinical Transplant Coordinator

Company: Phoenix Children’s Hospital
Location: Phoenix, AZ 85006
Job Requisition: 476729
Status: Full time/Days

Phoenix Children’s has provided hope, healing and the best healthcare for children since its creation in 1983. Phoenix Children’s is thrilled to once again be named a “Best Children’s Hospital” by U.S. News & World Report. Recognition on the 2018–2019 list marks the 8th year Phoenix Children’s has earned this prestigious ranking. We are the only pediatric hospital in Arizona to make this list, and each year it is an honor to have the hard work of our staff and stakeholders recognized. We provide inpatient, outpatient, trauma and emergency care across more than 75 subspecialties.

The Clinical Transplant Coordinator (CTC) is a Registered Nurse (RN) and a designated member of the transplant multidisciplinary team. The primary responsibility to coordinate and ensure continuity of care for transplant candidates, recipients and their families throughout all phases of care (referral, evaluation, waitlist, transplant surgery and post-transplant).

The CTC collaborates with the members of the multidisciplinary team including, but not limited to physicians, surgeons, nurses, social workers, pharmacist, nutritionists, financial coordinators and administrative personnel.

Job Requirements:
• Bachelors of Nursing
• Three or more years of clinical practice and leadership experience
• Two or more years of solid organ transplant experience
• Ability to obtain the American Board of Transplant Coordinator Certification within the first 2 years of holding the position.

For a more detailed job description, and to apply, please visit the following website:

Associate Director – Comprehensive Transplant Center(Abdominals & Lung)

Cedars-Sinai is known for its national leadership in transforming healthcare for the benefit of patients, with the longest-running Magnet designation for nursing in California, and The Advisory Board Company’s 2018 Workplace of the Year. Cedars-Sinai impacts the future of healthcare globally by developing new approaches to treatment and educating tomorrow’s physicians and other health professionals.

As the Associate Director, you will be responsible for the daily planning, organizing, directing, and controlling of the daily operations, research and clinical practice in the Comprehensive Transplant Center(Abdominals & Lung).

• You will work with Comprehensive Transplant leadership to ensure optimal levels and continuous improvement of clinical and service quality, compliance with state and federal laws, accreditation, regulatory agency standards, and licensure requirements.
• You will ensure patient safety, participate in patient engagement initiatives, champion employee engagement, provide adequate staffing, collaborate with other departments in cross functional process improvement and maintains constructive collegial relations with service line, division, and clinical/support medical staff.
• You will assume fiscal responsibility for the unit including budget preparation, labor and supply cost management, and revenue enhancement.
• Demonstrate exemplary leadership, educational, and management skills to direct and supervise the performance of the staff in the department.
• Identify safety concerns and institute measures to provide a safe environment.

If you are interested, please email Jae Chang at

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,

Advanced Organ Disease & Transplantation Institute Administrator


Located on beautiful Davis Islands in downtown Tampa, FL, Tampa General Hospital is one of the largest and most comprehensive medical centers in Florida, with 1,007 beds, 8,000+ team members, and a service area of over four million residents.


· Facilitates the development of the Institute through coordination, growth, strategic planning and marketing initiatives with appropriate entities across the continuum of care.
· Leads multidisciplinary approach for the development of strategic initiatives, tactics, and implementation plan in partnership with senior executives, shared services management, and physician leadership.
· In partnership with the Executive Director, executes the strategic initiatives and tactics for the service line.
· Participates in and when necessary develops new programs and marketing plans for the service line according to identified need.
· Prepares and submits operational and capital budget recommendations for approval.
· Reviews, modifies, and approves budget recommendations of assigned modalities, programs or sections as part of operational budget.
· Monitors assigned budget(s) and adheres to budget and productivity guidelines.
· Participates in the selection of new Institute team members, orients, and trains new team members.
· Ensures competence of assigned team members and compliance with regulatory requirements, organizational policy, and performance requirements.
· Forecasts staffing needs along with Clinical Director, defines position requirements and ensures team member development needs are met.


• Bachelors Degree in Healthcare Administration, Business, or related field
• Masters Degree in Healthcare Administration, Business or related field preferred.
• Six (6) years progressive experience in healthcare setting with at least three (3) of those years in Lead or Supervisory role.

Please apply online at:



Transplant Nurse Manager – Liver Program

The Miami Transplant Institute is a joint program between Jackson Memorial Hospital and the University of Miami/Miller School of Medicine.

Miami Transplant Institute is hiring a Transplant Nurse Manager – Liver Program

The Transplant Nurse Manager (TNM) works with and advises the Department Director in the management, development, direction, coordination and evaluation of the practice of professional nursing within Clinical Transplant Services. Works with staff to model best practices in Transplant Coordination/Nursing. The TNM will supervise and mentor nursing staff in all programs. The role of the TNM is to lead and oversee the Transplant Coordinator/RN and ARNP staff consistent with clinical and regulatory requirements, and the service excellence mission of JMH/Clinical Transplant Services.

Selection Criteria:

  • Baccalaureate degree in Nursing/related field required (completed or in progress).
  • 3 to 5 years’ experience in Nursing within a high acuity are required; 1 years’ experience in a management position required. Transplant experience is a plus.
  • CCTC (Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator) or CCTC (Certified Clinical Transplant Nurse) preferred.
  • RN required. Florida RN license or eligibility required. American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers certification with at least 6 months validity required.

Jackson offers a comprehensive Total Rewards package:

  • Market leading salary
  • Family friendly, comprehensive medical insurance plans
  • 29 Days Annual Personal Leave
  • A traditional pension plan with defined benefits
  • Tuition Reimbursement and support for professional development and continuing education.
  • Relocation Allowance

Learn more about this career opportunity by visit our website at or emailing Suelen Castro Haylock, Recruiter at




Updated 12-4-2019