Under general supervision, the Clinical Transplant Coordinator II develops and uses advanced clinical management, consultation, education and research to promote quality care for the specific transplant patient populations. Provides growth in a clinical knowledge through research based practice with peers. Supports and maintains the University Health System’s policies, protocols, values and guest relations.
Graduation from an accredited school of nursing with an RN and five (5) years nursing experience required. One year of transplant or end stage organ failure nursing experience may be substituted for two (2) of the five (5) required years of general nursing experience. Bachelors Degree in Nursing required or must be attained with in three years of date of hire. Knowledge of transplant, health care trends, community and regional resources. An ability to establish cooperative working relationships with diverse groups and individuals, medical staff and other health care disciplines and understanding of the consultative process.
Current RN licensure in the State of Texas required. Certification as a Clinical Transplant Coordinator required or obtained within six months of hire. Current American Heart Association, Basic Cardiac Life Support Healthcare Provider certification required. Will attain CITI research certification with in six months of date of hire.