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Organ Recovery Coordinator - Itasca
Are you looking to make a difference? Team up with Gift of Hope!
Gift of Hope is dedicated to coordinating organ and tissue donation in the northern three-quarters of Illinois and NW Indiana. Our goal is to provide the highest quality service to families and hospitals as we strive to fulfill our mission of saving and enhancing the lives of as many people as possible through organ and tissue donation.
The Organ Recovery Coordinator coordinates the evaluation, authorization, medical management, surgical recovery, and distribution of organs for transplantation or research from deceased organ donors. Works collaboratively with other departments and hospital or transplant teams to facilitate the recovery of organs and tissues for transplantation or research.
The following essential functions are the basic job duties that an employee must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Support Gift of Hope's mission, vision, and values; adhere to its policies and procedures in carrying out the responsibilities of this position
Work night shift, from 7 PM- 7 AM with potential for shifts to go longer
Rotate 12 or more hour on-call responsibilities with team members to respond to organ referrals throughout Gift of Hope's Service area. Take a minimum of 14 call days in a 28 day time period, including 4 weekend shifts and rotating holidays
Conduct accurate, effective early on-site evaluations of potential organ donors
Review hospital charts and current records of potential donors
Assess medical status and determine organ donor potential per Gift of Hope criteria in conjunction with the AOC and/or Gift of Hope Medical Director
Document findings and follow-up plans in hospital charts; communicate same to hospital staff while on site
Communicate pertinent information with Donor Resource Center, and Medical Director (when necessary)
Conduct on-site/phone assessments of potential donors for medical eligibility/suitability
Ask potential organ donor families to authorize organ and/or tissue donation; meet organization's minimum authorization rate
Facilitate donation of donors in first person registry; guide family to help them understand the donation process
Perform physical assessment of potential donors
Perform minor surgical cut-downs in order to obtain lymph nodes for tissue typing on brain dead donors
Perform arterial and central line placement on brain dead donors
Maintain patient charts according to current policies and procedures; identify, document, and communicate essential clinical information to associated Gift of Hope staff, transplant center staff, and managing physicians and administrators
Coordinate medical management of potential donors to assure appropriate hemodynamic status
Coordinate the distribution of organs for transplantation from deceased organ donors; package and label organs for transplant
Participate in departmental quality assurance initiatives
Participate in training and mentoring new ORC staff and associated department's staff as assigned
Other duties as assigned
The following identifies the minimum education and training required to perform the essential functions of the job.
Registered Nurse with two years of critical care experience and currently working in a critical care setting, OR
Previous OPO or transplant experience, OR
Medical Degree with clinical experience
Other candidates may be considered on an individual basis at the discretion of management
ACLS certification, or the ability to become certified within one year of hire
The following indicates the minimum skills and experience required to perform the essential functions of the job.
Experience in the delivery of critical care medicine
Ability to achieve and maintain competency in clinical and technical skills required to facilitate organ and tissue donation and transplantation
Ability to learn and communicate the organ/tissue donation process in order to explain it to potential donor families and hospital staff
Ability to develop and maintain proficiency with ICU/OR equipment
Ability to learn and become proficient at maintenance, disinfection, and sterilization of OR environment and equipment
Ability to communicate effectively and compassionately with families of potential donors to present the option of organ and tissue donation
Ability to function effectively with minimal supervision
Ability to multi-task and coordinate the activities for self and others in an environment where priorities change quickly
Ability to pay attention to detail in chart documentation and in subtle physical changes while managing a donor
Proficient user of Microsoft Office Applications such as Word and Excel
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Ability to drive personal auto to organ recovery site
Valid driver's license
Ability to move donor from cart to bed with assistance
Ability to work a 12 or more-hour on-call schedule
Ability to arrive at organ recovery site within a reasonable amount of time after being dispatched
Ability to stand, bend, stoop, and kneel to perform job functions
Ability to lift 50 lbs. or equipment from ground level to table-top level, and to push/pull 75 lbs. on a roller cart
Ability to use company-provided mobile device and personal cell phone to call and text to communicate about the status of a case
Ability to hear and speak to convey information to co-workers, hospital staff, and potential donor families
Ability to visually conduct patient assessment and manage hemodynamic status
Fine motor skills to package and label recovered organs
Clinical Coordinator Service Line - Organ Transplant
Largo Medical Center is a 425-bed teaching hospital serving the community from three campuses. We embrace the changing culture of healthcare with our new Mission, Value and Vision Statement:
Our family caring for your family; your quality of life, our passion.
To be a nationally renowned academic medical center always providing compassionate care and service.
Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence
Our Facility is a growing, ever changing entity completely focused on quality compassionate care for our patients and their family members. Our growth is evident in our new Free Standing Emergency Department, our new Transplant Service Line, our new Geriatric Behavioral Health Unit and new Intensive Treatment Center for Behavioral Health! Come be a part of a vibrant, active teaching community.
We are seeking a Clinical Coordinator Transplant Service Line.
This position will be responsible for the Pre/Post transplant care and take call as needed.
Come join a new transplant team developing here at Largo Medical Center.
RN, ASN/ADN required, BSN preferred
2 years of related clinical experience
1 year of transplant experience, Kideny preferred
Current FL RN License
Critical thinking skils, committment to sevice excellence, good communication skills
ability to comprehend and follow verbal and written instruction.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Organ Transplant Coordinator
Experienced RN with 2 to 3 years general nursing, med surg, nephrology or dialysis exposure. ICU experience would be relevant. This position requires a confident RN who can work independently and be personally responsible for a patient roster making decisions independently. This person will be coordinating Pre-transplant patients through their evaluation process.
Responsibilities include meeting with new transplant patients, educating them and their families on the transplant process and assisting the patient through evaluation testing to ensure the patient qualifies for the transplant list. Must be able to work with a fast-paced team. Experience with quality process improvement a plus. Attention to detail is extremely important as the transplant program has a high number of regulatory demands.
This role will require occasional off hours call responsibilities.
Ensures the delivery of health care services from the initial referral through the transplant maintenance phase. Organizes health care resources and analyzes and records data relevant to the transplant program. Facilitates the education for nursing and medical personnel. Maintains compliance with application state, federal and UNOS regulations including the submission of patient and transplant update forms.
Evaluates appropriate candidates for solid organ transplantation. In cooperation with the transplant physicians and surgeons, initiates diagnostic testing and appropriate medical consultation. Obtains and monitors dietary, social work, and financial service evaluations.
Develops, and maintains on-going involvement with patient, living related donor, and family before, during and after transplantation therapy.
Facilitates living related donor work-up. Coordinates the evaluation process, collates and distributes laboratory data, coordinates social, dietary, and medical services, and initiates and screens appropriate candidates for referral to the transplant team.
Maintains a list of all patients awaiting cadaver organ donation.
Reviews, updates, and reports changes on medical status of patients with the transplant team weekly.
Communicates with members of the transplant team, referring nephrologists and physicians and dialysis personnel to facilitate the initial treatment evaluation. Ensures continuity of post-operative care of transplant recipients
Develops and maintains teaching tools for patients, donors, families and MHMH nursing personnel.
Ensures program/patient compliance with UNOS, HCFA, and NEOB and Medicare.
Performs the following inpatient post-transplant functions: Assesses/reinforces education with patient and family, assists in preparation for patient discharge, maintains detailed data surrounding transplant patients, serves as consultant/resource for the nursing staff in the development of a nursing care plan for each patient, reinforces treatment protocols through staff education and evaluation of appropriateness of processes, participates in daily transplant patient rounds, and educates patients concerning discharge medications.
Performs the following outpatient post-transplant functions: Assesses health status through interviewing, physical examination, and medical record review, Assesses patient knowledge and compliance of medical regime, updating pharmacies and renewing medications, coordinates necessary follow-up testing and visits. Reviews, analyzes and presents data, collaborates and coordinates treatment decisions with appropriate staff, monitors status changes in patient condition and report to surgeon and medical director, reviews charts/test results and maintains transplant flow chart surrounding transplant patients, reinforces protocol of treatments/research studies, coordinating as appropriate, directs efforts to assure compliance with the data reporting necessary for regulatory agencies and national data collection institutes (UNOS, HCFA, Medicare, and NEOB), coordinates and/or performs treatment procedures under the direction of the transplant physicians and surgeons, and communicates with primary care physician and referring nephrologists.
Assists with the education of nursing staff in the areas of normal renal function, transplant and renal donation with emphasis on identifying nursing problems. Acts as preceptor to nursing students and staff to develop their expertise in the area of renal transplant nursing.
Participates in the development of both internal and external educational programs related organ transplantation involving outside dialysis centers, hospitals and other referral groups.
Participates in the development and updating of policies and procedures for the Kidney Transplant Program.
Performs data collection functions.
Performs other duties as required or assigned.
Graduate from an accredited Nursing Program required.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) with 3 years of clinical experience required.
Two years of nephrology nursing experience preferred.
Demonstrated clinical competence in the area of organ transplantation.
Licensed Registered Nurse in New Hampshire required.
Basic Life Support (BLS) Certificate required.
Solid Organ Transplant Medical Science Liaison
The Solid Organ Transplant (SOT) Medical Science Liaison (MSL) provides comprehensive medical and scientific information in connection with Sanofi products.
The SOT MSL serves as an advanced field-based scientific professional for US Medical Affairs division of North American Pharmaceutical Operations. The SOT MSL shares scientific and clinical data exceptionally well, communicating directly with US healthcare providers and clinical researchers via appropriate compliant scientific exchange, clinical research, disease state awareness/education and medical education gaps. Also, the SOT MSL serves as a field-based scientific professional to facilitate research, education, or other collaborations. The position supports US Medical Affairs mission of generating, translating, and communicating clinical and scientific data to US healthcare providers and decision makers to demonstrate the safe and appropriate use of Sanofi products, technologies, and services in support of optimal patient care.
The responsibility of the SOT MSL is to establish scientific and professional credibility with customers and other healthcare stakeholders, communicate appropriately and compliantly via scientific exchange on the value of Sanofi products, provide insights to internal teams on key medical education gaps relevant to healthcare decision makers, healthcare providers and identify clinical research sites or educational opportunities when appropriate. SOT MSLs serve as the principal field-based scientific resource between US Medical Affairs and external health care providers involved in pharmaceutical selection, access and health care decisions. SOT MSLs engage in scientific exchange by providing clinical data or disease state education in response to clinical, disease state, and evidence-based guideline information requests from health care providers. SOT MSLs also communicate Medical Materials Review Committee (MMRC)-approved clinical information, in compliance with applicable SOPs. SOT MSLs also identify and communicate customer insights to internal teams to inform the medical research and provide field-based representation to facilitate research, education, and other collaborations, in compliance with applicable SOPs.
Territory: AZ, CA, OR, WA
II. ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Primary responsibilities of this role are to facilitate information, education, and research activities for physicians and ancillary healthcare professionals regarding in-development or commercialized Sanofi products.
Demonstrate Strong Scientific/Technical Expertise in support of Solid Organ Transplant :
Understanding of clinical knowledge
Understanding of the disease state and broader therapeutic area
Understanding of scientific evidence regarding Sanofi products, technologies & services, relevant disease states, and healthcare management
Understanding of clinical trials methodology, outcomes, and limitations
Understanding of connection between healthcare providers and organizations within the MSL designated territory and across the region
Understanding and translation of complex scientific and clinical data to healthcare providers with varying levels of expertise and internally within Sanofi
Proficiently utilize and communicate clinical data, therapeutic guidelines and other technical tools in the field
Understanding and contribution to US Medical Affairs strategy regarding new product analysis and clinical decision-making for the US healthcare provider
Drive internal understanding of US Medical Affairs with respect to unmet medical education and research needs
Effectively Manage Regional Responsibilities in support of Solid Organ Transplant:
Principal field-based medical point of contact for healthcare providers within the region
Communicate and disseminate scientific and clinical data in response to unsolicited requests for information as appropriate per medical field policy, using oral presentations, written communications, scientific literature or other approved materials and tools. Provide timely, fair balanced, objective information.
Create and execute medical engagement based on medical education needs, within the region
Create and maintain medical relationships with key medical, surgical, pharmacy, and other healthcare professional organizations which includes response to medical requests, dissemination of verbal or enduring MMRC-approved educational resources in response to medical needs, and coordination of US Medical Affairs research collaborations
Identify and provide medical education solutions for unique or impactful medical learning opportunities
Ability to work seamlessly across various levels of healthcare providers and within institutions
Consistently and appropriately partners with Sanofi field and home office colleagues regarding shared stakeholders, learnings and insights in a manner that is fully adherent with all Field Interactions Policies
Ability to effectively represent the needs of healthcare providers to US Medical Affairs and other Sanofi colleagues ensuring that unmet needs are identified, understood, and prioritized
Identify and build strong collegial relationships with thought leaders within assigned geographical area
Provide meaningful input into clinical research agendas by collecting, synthesizing and communicating customer insights to internal partners.
Communicate and Disseminate Medical Education and Medical Information in support of Solid Organ Transplant:
Establish and maintain credible peer-to-peer scientific interaction with international, national, and top regional thought leaders based on cutting edge clinical data and information.
Displays ability to assimilate scientific data accurately, with strong learning agility, and to communicate such information clearly and with appropriate balance
Serve as a primary resource for clinical and scientific information to internal associates and external health care providers. Communicate effectively to internal medical and business partners as needed
Proactively communicate MMRC-approved scientific and clinical information within medical field policy to ensure delivery of high quality education to impact optimal patient care.
Demonstrate excellent communication of clinical trial findings and other healthcare decision support tools to inform healthcare providers
Connect healthcare providers as appropriate with Sanofi medical or other resources to address their information needs (e.g., Medical Unit physicians, Outcome Liaisons, Medical Information).
Collaborate with US Medical Affairs, Regulatory, Legal, or other departments and external experts
Participate in professional communication and dissemination at scientific congresses and other professional meetings via podium or scientific poster presentations
Lead the identification and assist in the development of field medical tools and other communication approaches, collaborating with the appropriate Medical Affairs colleagues
Collaborate with Field and Home Office Partners:
Demonstrate excellent teamwork and partnership within US Medical Affairs and with Medical Unit, Market Access, Patient-Centered Business Unit, Corporate Affairs, and other colleagues
Collaborate with field-based and home office medical, EBM and commercial partners to meet healthcare providers medical information requests, support medical strategy, and align as appropriate with commercial activities. Provide training and expertise as needed
Contribute to medical or business partner meetings to ensure appropriate collaboration and provide scientific/educational updates and communicate medical needs within the organization
Provide input in the development of and ensure the appropriate execution of clinically relevant regional or national medical meetings (e.g. advisory boards, consultant or investigator meetings)
Engage in support of medical advisory boards or other activities that strive to understand the application and impact of current or planned clinical trials
Communicate medical education gaps and propose solutions to relevant internal colleagues
Serve as a medical resource for ongoing training needs and provide medical support at meetings if requested
Communicate Impactful Field Insights in support of Solid Organ Transplant:
Identify and regularly communicate field insights and emerging clinical trends to internal stakeholders and broader medical strategy and agenda by gathering, synthesizing, and communicating uncovered educational gaps to internal medical teams.
Communicates field insights to the Medical Core team
Identify potential clinical research investigators or other partnerships with healthcare stakeholders in support of Solid Organ Transplantation:
Identify, evaluate, and communicate potential opportunities for clinical investigators with qualified investigators in to address appropriate scientific questions aligned with overall medical strategy.
Serve as a liaison for the review and submission Investigator Sponsored Trial proposals.
Demonstrate Compliance via Understanding of and Adherence to Applicable Policies and Standards:
Complete all required training, demonstrate a deep knowledge and understanding of Sanofi's relevant procedures, guidance's, and adhere to corporate policies and procedures.
Demonstrate accountability for all necessary and appropriate Sanofi legal, regulatory, and compliance review of communication materials, research or other partnerships, or other types of activities. Collaborate effectively with the Medical Affairs and other colleagues, including the Standards and Quality Assurance teams, to understand and ensure adherence to relevant policies and standards.
Complete all activity documentation, expense reporting and other administrative responsibilities in a timely manner
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, AND SKILLS
MD, PharmD, PhD preferred (Solid Organ Transplant clinical practice or sciences) or PA/NP/DNP accompanied by previous pharmaceutical industry or clinical research experience in solid organ transplantation
Knowledge and experience in therapeutic area of Solid Organ Transplantation
Clear understanding of local medical practice and clinical decision making in regards to patient care
Interpretation of key scientific data and ability to translate this information to meet educational, clinical, and research needs
Understanding of healthcare systems affecting patient care
Understand the design and execution of research studies
Exemplary communication and presentation skills
Ability to think strategically
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB
This job requires extensive use of computer equipment - Must be able to operate home office equipment such as computer, iPad, iPhone, printer and be knowledgeable with Microsoft Office software such as Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint
This job has specific physical requirements (e.g. lifting, driving, ability to travel, etc.) Please specify: Must be able to travel 75% of the time, drive and lift in accordance with airplane and automobile travel
LEADERSHIP SUCCESS PROFILES & COMPANY VALUES
Job requires consistent demonstration of appropriate behavioral competencies as defined through the company's Leadership Success Profile and Company Values Model.
Sanofi is dedicated to supporting people through their health challenges. We are a global biopharmaceutical company focused on human health. We prevent illness with vaccines, provide innovative treatments to fight pain and ease suffering. We stand by the few who suffer from rare diseases and the millions with long-term chronic conditions.
With more than 100,000 people in 100 countries, Sanofi is transforming scientific innovation into healthcare solutions around the globe.
Sanofi, Empowering Life
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Organ Procurement Surgical Tech - Cvtor-Generous Sign On Bonus And Incentives
Tampa General Hospital (TGH) is a private not-for-profit hospital and one of the most comprehensive medical facilities in West Central Florida serving a dozen counties with a population in excess of 4 million. As one of the largest hospitals in Florida, TGH is licensed for 1,011 beds, and approximately 7,300 employees, is one of the region's largest employers.
TGH is the area's only level I trauma center and one of just four burn centers in Florida. With four medical helicopters* we transport critically injured or ill patients from 23 surrounding counties to receive the advanced care they need.
The hospital is home to one of the busiest solid organ transplant centers in the country. TGH is a nationally designated comprehensive stroke center, and has a 32-bed Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit. Other outstanding centers include cardiovascular, orthopedics, high risk and normal obstetrics, urology, ENT, endocrinology, and the Children's Medical Center, which features a nine-bed pediatric intensive care unit, pediatric kidney transplant services and one of just three outpatient pediatric dialysis units in the state. As the region's leading safety net hospital, Tampa General is committed to providing area residents with excellent and compassionate health care ranging from the simplest to the most complex medical services.
Tampa General Hospital was named the #1 hospital in Tampa Bay by U.S. News & World Report, 2017-18, and recognized as one of America's Best Hospital's in six medical specialties:
Cardiology & Heart Surgery, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Nephrology, Pulmonology and Urology. Tampa General Hospital has been designated a Magnet Hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the highest recognition for nursing excellence. TGH is accredited by The Joint Commission and was awarded disease-specific certification in six medical specialties. TGH is also accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
- Air transport provided by Metro Aviation, Inc.
The Surgical Services department performs more than 29,000 surgeries and almost 10,000 GI procedures a year in 43 operating rooms, eight GI suites and two parathyroid suites. As a level 1 trauma center, some of the most complex and challenging surgeries in the nation are performed here.
The main operating suite contains 21 ORs including an integrated MRI suite, a dedicated trauma room and a 17-bay Surgical Prep Unit and 29-bay PACU. Our burn unit contains a specialized burn OR. The newly renovated Cardiovascular Transplant operating rooms have nine ORs including a hybrid OR and nine pre-op bays.
The Surgery Center houses nine operating rooms and 27 pre-post bays.
The Women's Surgery Center has four ORs as well as an IVF suite for embryo transfers and retrievals. We also operate a full time Pre-Admission Testing center along with a 36 bed Short Stay Center.
Under general supervision of medical and nursing staff, following policies, procedures and professional guidelines assists with surgical and endoscopy procedures; provides, assembles and cares for surgical supplies, instruments and equipment before, during and after procedures. Assists with cleaning, restocking and processing of the surgical suite, instruments and equipment, as needed.
Identifies and reports situations requiring intervention to the RN or Clinician. Responsible for performing job duties in accordance with the mission, vision and values of Tampa General Hospital.
Graduate of Surgical Technologist Training program, Associates Degree or greater than 5 years work experience and CST-FA certification Or Completion of a Hospital Based Surgical Tech Program, 15 years of ST experience and maintains current CST-FA certification from AST or NCCT. Generous Sign On Bonus and Incentives; for more information contact mailto:email@example.com
RN, Multiacuity Organ Transplant Jewish Hospital
Your time at work should be fulfilling. Rewarding. Inspiring. That's what you'll find when you join our team. You'll find challenging, rewarding work every day alongside people who have as much compassion as you. Join us and together we'll create healthier, stronger communities. Imagine your career at KentuckyOne Health!
As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient's individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits.
Additional responsibilities for this health care role include:
Monitoring patients' conditions and assessing their needs
Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients
Administering patients' medications and providing treatments according to physicians' orders
Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
We are looking for a responsible and compassionate Registered Nurse with top-notch clinical skills, a caring attitude, and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision. It is also important to display excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to effectively educate patients and their families on the in-home healthcare process.
Additional requirements for this role include:
Current Registered Nurse (RN) license that allows you to practice in our state
Graduate of an accredited nursing program
Experience as a Registered Nurse preferred
Basic Life Support (BLS) required
Specialty certification (ex: CCRN, CNOR, CEN) preferred
Additional certification or licensure may be required for some specialty areas
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Clinical Nurse-Med Surg Neurology/Renal/Solid Organ Transplant
Department: MedSurg Neuro-Ortho
Posting #: 369626
Date Posted: 6/5/2018
Employee Type: Regular
Posting Note: PT and FT Night Shift positions on Inpatient Neurology/Renal Unit. - Minimum 1 year experience working as an inpatient nurse with pediatric and/or adult neurology and/or renal patients.
This position will work in collaboration with the healthcare team, patient and family to promote patient health through delivery of professional nursing care appropriate to patients age and condition as documented in the nursing and medical plans of care in accordance with evidence-based nursing and patient care practice standards and hospital goals, values and regulatory standards.
Family-Centered care that focuses on the need of the child first and values the family as an important member of the care team
Excellence in clinical care, service and communication
Collaborative within our institution and with others who share our mission and goals
Leadership that set the standard for pediatric health care today and innovations of the future
Accountability to our patients, community and each other for providing the best in the most cost-effective way.
Completes nursing assessment of patient conditions consistent with age and condition, including physical, psychological, social, developmental, and educational factors, to determine initial level of compliance with treatment plan per policy and unit guidelines. Performs ongoing patient and family assessments and identifies variations from diagnoses.
Continually evaluates patient responses to care, teaching, and discharge plans. Documents patient progress in appropriate charts and shares observations and assessment outcomes with healthcare team and families to ensure timely communication and understanding of patient health status, progress, and ongoing needs.
Contributes to team effort by accomplishing required activities within established parameters to ensure compliance with all applicable medication, storage and documentation standards, regulations, and requirements.
Provides orientation to the unit, hospital systems, and processes to patients and family members to ensure familiarity with unit's policies and requirements.
Supervises patient care activities of assigned team members and delegates activities appropriate to knowledge, skill, and competency. Provides timely feedback and review of care delivery to ensure maintenance of patient safety, infection control procedures, therapeutic environment, and team members' performance level, maintaining confidentiality as appropriate.
Works collaboratively with patient care team and family members to establish and implement plan of care to ensure coordination of activities and ongoing communication of patient health status. Participates in patient care rounds and patient care conferences as appropriate.
Performs miscellaneous job related duties as requested.
PCA – Solid Organ Transplant – EI 10-2
Why Mayo Clinic
Location: Eisenberg 10-2, Organ Transplant (General Care)
Patient Care Type: This general care unit specializes in abdominal solid organ transplant.
Nursing care is provided for adult kidney, liver, and pancreas transplant patients as well as living kidney and liver donors. Patients are admitted for pretransplant care, pre and postsurgical care, and for treatment of complications occurring post-transplant.
Bed #: 24
The patient care assistant assists patient care unit staff with delegated tasks of direct and indirect patient care, which support nursing practice under the direct supervision of a registered nurse. The patient care assistant carries out designated activities that are within those functions limited by law to unlicensed nursing personnel.
Must meet at least one of the following four qualifications to be considered: Successful completion of the Acute Care component (NA1602) of the Nursing Assistant Program taught at Rochester Community and Technical College (and various other colleges) within the last five years.
A scanned copy of the certificate of completion or transcripts must be attached to your profile to be considered.
Or, if enrolled in a Nursing Program and have completed one semester of clinical rotations through an acute care hospital setting within the last five years. Transcripts must be attached to be considered.
Or, one year or more as a Nursing Assistant/Patient Care Assistant in an acute care hospital setting, within the last five years. Or, successful completion of one full-time semester/trimester (typically 12 credits) of college or university coursework and be certified as a Certified Nursing Assistant.
Basic Cardiac Life Support for healthcare providers- BCLS - certificate of course completion required and must not expire within 3 months after start date. A scanned copy of the certificate of completion or transcripts, including your full name, must be attached to your profile to be considered.
We will only accept certificates of course completion from the following providers:
o American Heart Association (Title: BLS for Healthcare Providers or BLS Provider)
o Red Cross (Title: CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers or BLS for Healthcare Providers)
o Military Training Network
Internal applicants should submit their three most recent performance appraisals
Please answer Yes to the corresponding question when you apply if you will be able to obtain the necessary licenses and/or certifications prior to start date.
Able to adapt to unpredictable situations within the patient care setting.
License or certification
Maintains current Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers from one of the following programs: American Heart Association or American Red Cross.
Minimum rate is $16.80 based upon union contract.
Hours / Pay period
64 hours per 2 week pay period
Sunday – Saturday; Nights, 8-hour shifts – NOT NEGOTIABLE
Every other weekend (Weekend 2) – NOT NEGOTIABLE
Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.
Nursing, Other Patient Care
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Equal opportunity employer
Mayo Clinic is an equal opportunity educator and employer (including veterans and persons with disabilities).
Organ Donor Advocate (1050561_Rr00026480)
NYU Langone Health is a world-class, patient-centered, integrated academic medical center, known for its excellence in clinical care, research, and education. It comprises more than 200 locations throughout the New York area, including five inpatient locations, a children's hospital, three emergency rooms and a level 1 trauma center.
Also part of NYU Langone Health is the Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute¿designated cancer center, and NYU School of Medicine, which since 1841 has trained thousands of physicians and scientists who have helped to shape the course of medical history. For more information, go to nyulangone.org, and interact with us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.
We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Organ Donor Advocate.
In this role, the successful candidate The Living Donor Advocate represents, advises, protects and promotes the interests of the living donor, respects their decision regarding donation, and ensures the decision is informed and free from coercion. Provides educational sessions to clinical and administrative areas to advance and maximize both deceased and living organ donation throughout the NYULMC hospital system.
Successfully completes initial IDA competency training, as well as ongoing continuing education specific to living donation, transplantation, and medical ethics. Acquires and maintains current knowledge and competence to fulfill responsibilities.
Maintains awareness of current evidence based practice and utilizes findings from current nursing literature in deceased organ donation and living donation. Serves as a support and resource for other nursing staff and students regarding both deceased organ and living donation.
Engages in self-assessment and participates in activities to promote own professional growth and development. Assesses and recognizes personal learning needs to enhance performance with guidance from Nursing Leadership.
Learns and uses new information, skills and knowledge in an effort to improve care and services. Shares knowledge and participates in peer review process by providing information as requested.
Demonstrates awareness of the mission, philosophy, standards, goals and objectives of the NYU Langone Medical Center, Departments of Nursing, clinical department and strategic area. Participates in unit/service based meetings.
Recognizes importance of cost effective patient care. Reports unexpected events and outcomes to senior staff/leadership in a timely manner. Delivers patient care in accordance with professional nursing standards.
Demonstrates awareness of JC, DOH, CMS, and CARF standards pertinent to unit. Communicates effectively with patients families, visitors and all members of the interdisciplinary team. Delegates activities effectively and appropriately to the ancillary staff.
Actively participates as a member of the Organ Donor Council.
Maintains confidentiality of patient information.
Partners with LiveOnNY to facilitate and optimize the organ donation process at NYULMC. Assists LiveOnNY personnel with gaining access to medical records of potential organ donors, and monitors compliance with federal and state organ donor mandates. Works with unit staff to identify any potential organ donors within the hospital and makes appropriate referrals to LiveOnNY as needed.
Communicates any issues/concerns raised during the living donor interactions with the potential donor directly to the appropriate member of the multidisciplinary team. Documents an assessment in the EMR of each donor evaluated, including whether the potential living donor has received information on the following areas:
Informed consent process; Evaluation process; surgical procedure; Medical risks; psychosocial risks; Follow-up requirements; and the benefit and need for participating in follow-up. Donors are required to follow-up with the transplant center at 6 months, 1 year and 2 years.
Meets with the living donor in a one-to-one consultation after they have been medically evaluated and cleared by the transplant physicians, and have had an in-depth psychosocial evaluation by the transplant social worker. Ensures that the donor understands the decision they are making, that all intellectual and emotional factors have been discussed, that the donor understands the potential risks and benefits related to their personal situation, and that they are making a voluntary decision without undue pressure from anyone. Refers potential donor to previous donors as appropriate and applicable.
Educates the potential donor regarding the medical, psychosocial, and financial implications of the live donation. Explains the evaluation process, what to expect, what it means to be a donor, and that the donor may opt out at any time of the process.
Acts as an independent advocate for the living donor throughout the continuum of care, representing and promoting their interests, respecting their decision and ensures that its informed and free from coercion. Advices, supports and safeguards the rights and the autonomy of the living donor throughout the donor evaluation, donation and discharge phases of donation.
To qualify you must have a Bachelors degree in Nursing or Social Work Required. NYS RN or SW license and registration required. Minimum of 2 years experience in transplant, organ donation or related field.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
NYU Langone Health provides its staff with far more than just a place to work. Rather, we are an institution you can be proud of, an institution where you'll feel good about devoting your time and your talents.
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Organ Recovery Coordinator
The LifeNet Health mission is simple: Saving Lives. Restoring Health. Giving Hope. Its mission, along with its core values of safety, quality, innovation and service continue to create an unmatched record in transplant solutions, which cannot be achieved without talented, dedicated team members who share the same values and attributes that guide the LifeNet Health team every day.
If you have a commitment to customer care, quality and innovation as well as integrity and passion, then you've come to the right place.
We are currently seeking an Organ Recovery Coordinator to join the LifeNet Health team in our Richmond, VA location.
As an Organ Recovery Coordinator, you would be responsible for the surgical recovery phase of the organ donation process. He/she works collaboratively with transplant surgeons and hospital personnel to ensure that every organ/tissue gift is successfully recovered. As a clinical services team member, he/she participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility for the overall success of the team in achieving departmental goals. . The Organ Recovery Coordinator participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility for the overall success of the team in achieving departmental goals. The Organ Recovery Coordinator will perform their job in a manner that exemplifies the mission, attributes and values of LifeNet Health on a continuous basis.
You would be expected to perform all tasks assigned to you, including but not limited to:
Assumes responsibility for all aspects of the surgical organ recovery, kidney perfusion and imported organ processes and ensures compliance with all internal and external regulatory standards.
Works collaboratively with local transplant centers to facilitate the procurement and transplantation of organs accepted from outside of LifeNet Health's donation service area.
Responsible for completion of organ allocation from donors recovered within LifeNet Health's donation service area. Ensures that donated organs are allocated in an efficient and timely manner in accordance with LNH and OPTN/UNOS Policies. Ensures that organs and tissue will be recovered to maximize utilization in accordance with LNH and OPTN/UNOS policies. Preserves organs and tissue according to LNH and national standards to ensure maximum viability for transplantation.
Accurate and timely documentation of clinical and logistical information for all donor referrals/donors in compliance with all internal and external regulatory standards.
Maintains stocking and preparation of supplies necessary for organ recover.
Two-years College or vocational training.
Valid State of Virginia Driver's License.
Minimum 1 year related work experience.
Knowledge of complex procedures and practices of a specific function.
Knowledge of complex and diversified procedures, practices and policies.
Knowledge of procedures and services of related areas.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Certified Scrub Tech (CST), Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
OPO/OR experience, prior organ and/or tissue recovery experience .
Ability to perform routine tasks and multi-task.
Get to Know LifeNet Health:
LifeNet Health, headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is the largest nonprofit organ procurement organization ("OPO") and tissue bank in the United States, as well as a leading innovator in transplantation research and regenerative medicine. LifeNet holds the longest running current accreditation by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB). Its goal is to improve the quality of human life through the provision of organs and tissues for transplantation, as well as innovation in the fields of bio-implants and regenerative medicine, and to serve the community with educational and support services that enhance the donation process.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer EOE/M/F/Disability/Vet. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
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