Massachusetts General Hospital is ranked #1 by US News and World Report.
Our Transplant Center continues to grow and is currently the only Center in New England that performs all organ transplants. We have exciting opportunities for qualified Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in interested in working in our heart, lung and abdominal programs. The positions report to the Program Medical and Surgical Directors and administratively to the Sr. Administrative Director of the Transplant Center and MCS Programs. In accordance with the rules and regulations of Massachusetts governing Nurse Practitioner practice, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician's Assistant (PA) will be responsible for ensuring the continuity of care of potential transplant recipients and living donors (as applicable) in one or more phases of transplant, however will also work collaboratively across all phases of transplant (inpatient and outpatient).
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Transplant Evaluation (inpatient and outpatient)
Post-Transplant Management (outpatient)
Administrative and Regulatory duties
Current Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant licensure in Massachusetts.
Current certification as a nurse practitioner/physician assistant and authorization
to practice as a nurse practitioner/physician assistant in Massachusetts.
Master's degree required in nursing (if nurse practitioner).
Minimum of 2 years relevant nursing/PA experience.
The ideal candidate is a critical thinker who functions independently and possesses
strong communication skills, with at least two years experience as an NP/PA in an
adult acute care cardiology/pulmonology/nephrology/hepatology, environment,
respectively or critical care. Transplant experience preferred.
Massachusetts General Hospital