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Transplant Coordinator - Duke University Hospital - Day Shift
Duke University Health System- Duke University Hospital seeks to hire an experienced Registered Nurse who will embrace our mission of Advancing Health Together.
The Abdominal Transplant Department at Duke University Hospital is active in delivering exemplary care for each patient to ensure an excellent patient experience, every time.
The Transplant Coordinator will work with patients seen in all of the solid abdominal transplant programs to include liver, kidney, intestine, and pancreas transplant and live donation patient's (pediatric focus). The Transplant Coordinator will provide care for patients in the referral, evaluation, and acute transplant process, and post-transplant. This position provides coverage for vacations, FMLA, and vacancies. The role floats to the various roles to provide care as a coordinator. This position does extensive patient assessment in clinic environment, phone triage, and patient education to ensure exemplary care. No weekends, on call or holidays required. Pediatric experience is required.
Work Hours & Shifts: Full Time: Day shift.
The Transplant Coordinator coordinates solid organ (liver, kidney, pancreas, and multi-organ) transplantation of all pediatric and adult organ recipients. The Transplant Coordinator provides follow-up and care across the continuum from pre-transplant, during transplant and post-transplant. S/he collaborates with members of the health care team to enhance patient care by developing, supporting and educating nursing staff. S/he is a clinician, educator, investigator, consultant and leader. S/he makes clinical judgments based upon a synthesis of current research, concepts, principles, theories, and outcomes to solve complex problems. The Transplant Coordinator is an integral member of a larger interdisciplinary team contributing to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, and in providing leadership to the organization.
1. Provides advanced nursing care for patients before and after solid-organ transplantation including kidney, kidney-pancreas and liver along the continuum.
2. Coordinates evaluation process for pre-transplant (referral) patients to ensure effective use of hospital and clinical resources.
3. Assesses post-transplant organ function and general health status and collaboratively determines need for additional assessment or intervention.
4. Facilitates the scheduling of studies or procedures for diagnostic purposes utilizing fiscal responsibility for patient and hospital costs.
5. Participates in the development and implementation of protocol and standards of care for the transplant patient in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team.
6. Assists nurses and other staff to assess, plan, implement and evaluate the care of the transplant patient.
7. Monitors the process and outcomes of routine care to determine quality improvement need.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Attention to detail and effective communication and documentation. This position will have Pediatric Focus for support to Pediatric Liver Transplant and Kidney Transplant. In addition, will support the Adult areas as needed.
Essential Physical Job Functions: Certain jobs at Duke University and Duke University Health System may include essential job functions that require specific physical and/or mental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests for reasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department.
Education BSN required, MSN preferred.
Experience 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.
Pediatric experience required.
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications Current or compact RN licensure in the state of North Carolina required. BLS required.
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Essential Physical Job Functions: Certain jobs at Duke University and Duke University Health System may include essentialjob functions that require specific physical and/or mental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests for reasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department.
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