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Transplant Quality Specialist

UC San Diego Health 
Filing Deadline: Tuesday, 8-27-2019
Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

The Transplant QA Coordinator’s chief responsibility is to coordinate and manage the quality assurance program of the solid organ transplant service line in compliance with the regulatory requirements governed by CMS and UNOS. Duties include policy updates, chart review, case identification and preparation, conducting root cause analysis, monitoring corrective action plans, and maintenance of a quality dashboard.

The coordinator is responsible for collaborating with physician leaders to manage the QA meetings, which includes providing agenda and minute preparation. The incumbent will manage projects which include: gathering and evaluating clinical data from the solid organ transplant service line, analyzing data for patterns and trends in care delivery; coordinating PI teams, and facilitating improvement efforts. Works with clinicians, leadership and staff to change processes and implement best practices that ensure superb quality care and minimize harm to the patient.

  • While not required, a cover letter is highly recommended when applying to this position.


  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing or other healthcare profession, or a combination of comparable clinical education and / or experience.
  • Five or more years of relevant experience.
  • Experience and proven success with in-depth knowledge of QI standards, clinical chart review and abstraction, and regulatory requirements.


UC San Diego Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. 

Discover Opportunites for a Lifetime

Transplant Coordinators – bring your experience to Duke University Hospital. We have immediate opportunities in:

• Post-kidney Transplant
• Pre-heart Transplant
• Abdominal Transplant - Float

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.

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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.

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Lung Pre-Transplant Nurse Coordinator

Our LUNG PRE-TRANSPLANT NURSE COORDINATORS (80% - 100% position) are responsible for the pre-transplant continuum of care for lung transplant patients at the University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle. The role includes independent patient assessment, triage, education, coordination of medical/nursing care and documentation of care from referral through transplant phases of care, as well as donor procurement call. This role may include post-transplant coverage. An understanding of the regulations and data requirements surrounding transplant care provided by the United Network of Organ Sharing and HRSA is important.

Our Lung Transplant program is one of the largest in North America, providing lung transplant care for the entire Pacific Northwest. Through the dedicated work of our team, we have transplanted more than 1000 recipients. Patient survival and quality of life are superior.

As a teaching/research hospital, we're deeply committed to the enhancement of care for our patients-as well as the professional growth of our staff. UWMC is proud to be recognized with Magnet Hospital status by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. We're consistently named one of the nation's best hospitals, as reported by U.S. News and World Report.

Such national recognition attests to our commitment to high-quality care, and the outstanding professionalism and skill that exists at UWMC. As a registered nurse (RN), you can be a part of this highly skilled team. To apply, go to position 167833.

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

    Director, Organ Procurement Cliinical Services

The Director, Organ Procurement Clinical Services is responsible for all matters related to the clinical management of organs for transplantation.


1. Undergraduate degree in health sciences or equivalent. RN licensure preferred. Master’s degree or equivalent preferred. Five years’ experience as a procurement coordinator or similar role in the organ procurement industry. Previous supervision of professional staff required.
2. Proven ability to lead a team, coordinate internal and external resources and achieve measurable results against goals.
3. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
4. Strong organizational, problem analysis and decision-making skills. Demonstrated ability to motivate peers and achieve cooperation.
5. Must have and maintain CPTC certification
6. Microsoft office proficiency required.
7. Ability to work a minimum of 40 hours per week and participate in 24-hour call. Required to work for extended periods of time with few breaks.
8. Must maintain a valid driver’s license in accordance with MTN motor vehicle policy. Must have reliable personal automobile transportation to be used with company reimbursement using IRS guidelines. Must be able to travel within the service area by ground or air.
9. Ability to lift 50 pounds.
10. Possess manual dexterity sufficient to operate telephones, computers and surgical equipment.
11. Ability to speak and communicate clearly in order to accurately convey information to donor families, hospital staff and transplant/procurement personnel in person or by phone.
12. Ability to hear at normal audio levels of speaking whether in person or over the phone.

To apply go to:

RN Transplant Coordinator

Weston, Florida

At Cleveland Clinic, we believe in a better future for healthcare. And each of us is responsible for honoring our commitment to excellence, pushing the boundaries and transforming the patient experience, every day.

We all have the power to help, heal and change lives — beginning with our own. That’s the power of the Cleveland Clinic team, and The Power of Every One.

Job Summary:
Under the general direction of the Program Manager and Administrator, coordinates all transplant patient activities.

• Assesses patient in outpatient clinic along with transplant physician.
• Facilitates plan of care and symptom management with outpatient staff.
• Coordinates scheduling with administrative coordinator for follow up appointments.
• Reviews with transplant physician medical information from referring physicians and initiates appropriate communication.
• Coordinates consultation with other disciplines and obtains follow-up information consult.
• Coordinates with the hospital unit personnel in the discharge of the transplant patient and donor.
• Assists in obtaining medications and supplies from the appropriate source according to the patient's insurance overage.
• Assists in reinforcement of discharge information.

• Bachelor's Degree required.

• State licensure as Registered Nurse (RN) required, Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator (CCTC) or obtained within 2 years of hire.

Work Experience:
• BSN with experience in transplant including disease related field.
• Five years experience may offset the Bachelor's Degree requirement.

CLICK HERE to apply now.

Cleveland Clinic is pleased to be an equal employment employer: Women/Minorities/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

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Heart Transplant – MCS Coordinator, Mechanical Circulatory Support
Santa Clara, California

In this role, you will be in the Center of Advanced Heart Failure therapies including mechanical circulatory support, heart transplant pre and post. You will provide case management for renal transplant candidates and/or clinical management of post-transplant patients and collaborate with internal and external providers to coordinate the plan of care and provide expertise in renal transplant care and treatment. In addition, you will be accountable for ensuring the effective coordination of transplant related patient care during the pre-transplant, transplant, and/or post-transplant periods.

Qualifications Include:
• At least five years of experience in any of the following: critical care, intensive care unit, emergency care, general medical/surgical services, acute care, dialysis, or transplant care services
• At least one year of experience in clinical transplant coordination or case management specializing in any of these areas: disease, population, or chronic disease management preferred
• A bachelor’s degree in nursing or a health-related field, or four years of experience in a directly related field; a master’s degree is preferred
• A graduate of an accredited school of nursing
• Current California RN license
• The ability to work effectively across medical specialties, communities, departments, and regions/divisions

For immediate consideration, please visit for complete qualifications and job submission details,
referencing job number 788884.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran





Updated 8-15-2019