Transplant Nurse Coordinator - Lung
Requisition #: 524185
Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD 21201
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Full Time
Weekend Work Required: No
Date Posted: May 26, 2022
The Johns Hopkins Hospital Transplant Nurse Coordinator - prepares patients for transplantation through arranging and monitoring required testing, providing education and ensuring that internal and external activities are coordinated.
Other responsibilities include:
- Assessment of patient health status through diagnostic procedures and tests, review of labs and other clinical indicators
- Provides patient care working closely with other members of the transplant team.
- Collects and maintains data required for patient care, research and reporting to outside agencies.
- Assumes responsibility for on call activities that include organizing transplants and triaging patient problems.
Shifts: Fulltime, Dayshift
- BSN/MSN from an accredited nursing program required.
- Active Maryland or Compact RN license is required.
- BLS CPR certification required: AHA, Red Cross, or Military Training Network accepted
- Minimum of 2 years of related RN in-patient experience; work experience in Oncology/Hematology or Bone Marrow Transplant specialty is preferred.
- Ability to analyze data to synthesize and summarize information, and to make judgments regarding patient care
- Ability to perform to patient triage simple and complex problems by telephone
Join The Johns Hopkins Hospital Nursing team and become part of a patient centered collaborative work environment at a world renowned, Magnet designated, academic medical facility. Our nurses are committed to patient safety, clinical excellence, optimizing outcomes through evidenced based practice, and life-long learning.
Effective January 1st 2022, you must be fully vaccinated with an FDA COVID-19 vaccination and provide proof of your vaccination status as part of your new employee pre-boarding. Exceptions to the COVID-19 vaccination requirement may be granted for medical reasons and religious beliefs. Requests for medical exceptions must be submitted at your occupational health screening. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Johns Hopkins Health System remains committed to providing the highest quality care for our patients and our communities.
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