RN/Clinical Coordinator Post-Transplant PRN, Virginia Transplant Center
, the Forest Campus, is a 340-bed
acute care facility located in Richmond, VA. We are a Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) facility, who ranks 63rd on Fortunes 100
, and is one of the largest healthcare systems in the U.S, where healthcare employment opportunities are almost endless! As part of our full range of healthcare services, we specialize in heart and stroke care, women's health—including high-risk pregnancies, maternity and neonatal intensive care—orthopedics and groundbreaking diagnostic imaging. We're also a national trendsetter in kidney transplants—through the Virginia Transplant Center—and we lead the state in minimally invasive procedures, having performed more da Vinci® robotic-assisted surgeries than any other facility in Virginia.
Virginia Transplant Center, located in HCA Virginias Henrico Doctors Hospital in Richmond, VA, uses the most advanced technology along with medical and surgical innovations to provide individualized, ongoing care for kidney transplant patients. We specialize in kidney transplants, living kidney donations and paired exchange kidney transplants.
Specific Elements and Essential Functions:
-communicates effectively with physicians, nurse practitioners and other members of the post-transplant team to facilitate prompt and accurate medical care of post renal transplant recipients
-assists in the care coordination of the post renal transplant recipient in the clinic and hospital setting under the direction of the nurse practitioner and/or supervising physician
-participates in the development of individualized treatment plans for post renal transplant recipients and communicates those plans to the patients and other members of the transplant team
-provides education to patients and family members regarding immediate and long term needs of a post renal transplant recipient
-coordinates and facilitates the pre and peri operative processes upon notification of organ availability for a specific patient under the direction of the supervising surgeon
-responsible for own professional growth and development and utilizes available resources when possible
-utilizes quality improvement as the basis to improve departmental processes