Assistant Director, Outpatient Organ Transplant Clinic
Provides supervision, training, direction, and performance monitoring to assigned staff of the Outpatient Organ Transplant Clinic. Supports daily operational productivity by coordinating patient care activities and managing role specific clinical functions as assigned by the Senior Director of Transplant Operation and Medical Directors to facilitate high quality, cost effective care for the Pre and Post organ transplant populations adhering to UHS, The Joint Commission (TJC), The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) regulations. Works with staff at all levels to optimize clinical efficiency and improve operational workflow as necessary. Recognizes problems with existing procedures and employs professional knowledge to make necessary decisions and formal changes. Promotes the Health System’s mission, purpose, goals, objectives and commitment to service excellence.
Bachelor’s degree in nursing required. Five years of related, progressively responsible health care experience is required. Two years in a supervisory capacity is required. Experience working with organ transplant patients is preferred. LICENSURE /
Current RN licensure in the State of Texas is required. National Certification in a related field is preferred. Must maintain CPR certification. ACLS preferred.
Owned by the people of Bexar County, University Health System is a nationally recognized academic medical center. In partnership with UT Medicine San Antonio, the practice plan of The University of Texas Health Science Center, it is consistently recognized as a leader in advanced treatment options, new technologies and clinical research.
Just recently, U.S. News & World Report ranked University Hospital as the Best Metro Hospital and Best for nephrology and urology.
Also, University Hospital is the only pediatric trauma center for San Antonio and South Texas. The trauma team at University Hospital is recognized for its expertise in treating serious injuries and burns in children by the American College of Surgeons (ACS). The ACS verified University Hospital as a pediatric trauma center in October 2012, after a lengthy application process and site visit.