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Clinical Transplant Coordinator Nurse (Prn)

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University Health System San Antonio , TX 78245

Posted 5 months ago

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Transplant Coordinator

  • Part-time

  • Temporary weekend position


Under general supervision, the Clinical Transplant Coordinator I will use clinical management, consultation, education and research to promote quality care for the specific transplant patient populations. Supports and maintains the University Health System's policies, protocols, values and guest relations.

Directly accountable to the Director and the Supervisor, Clinical Transplant Nurse. May direct activities and services provided by personnel in assigned area, such as Licensed Vocational Nurses, non-licensed nursing and secretarial support staff.


Graduation from an accredited school of nursing with an RN and one year of nursing experience required. Will develop a plan to attain a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.

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. Current American Heart Association, Basic Cardiac Life Support Healthcare Provider certification required. Attain CITI research certification within six months from date of hire. (CITI certification is not required for coordinators in lung transplant, post-transplant, live donor transplant or disease management nurses).

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Clinical Transplant Coordinator Nurse (Prn)

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University Health System