Join the University of Florida Health team in Gainesville to enjoy our world-class clinical reputation, climate, and quality of life. Our nationally recognized organization is rapidly growing and adding to our team of talented individuals in a full array of career areas.
The University of Florida Shands Hospital is hiring a Coordinator, Clinical Programs Premium in Gainesville, Florida.
The annual salary is between $63,544 and $83,803, depending on experience.
The University of Florida Shands Hospital is recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the 100 Top Hospitals, by Forbes as One of America’s Best Employers, and by Indeed as #20 on the list of 25 top-rated workplaces: Best Hospitals. Our Magnet-designated facility offers not only world-class patient care, but also outstanding research and education opportunities to its employees.
UF Health Shands provides the following core benefits:
- Medical Insurance (EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON DATE OF HIRE)
- Prescription Program
- Short-Term Disability
- Long-Term Disability Insurance
- Employee Life and AD&D Insurance (effective the first day of the month after employment)
- Retirement Plan
- Paid Time Off (accrues bi-weekly based on hours worked and years of service)
- Employee Assistance Plan
- Tuition Reimbursement (available after six months of employment)
This position ensures coordination and continuity of patient care for transplant patients in order to maintain organized and efficient care and provide support to staff and other health care professionals. Responsible for identifying the patient’s alterations in health; assessing the patient’s response to treatment protocols; communicating appropriate data to physician staff; implementing nursing interventions based upon established treatment protocols; and anticipating potential outcomes for patients at risk for complications. Must demonstrate ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient’s requirements relative to age-specific needs and organ(s) transplanted and provide care according to protocols and within practice of nursing.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
- Graduate of an accredited four (4) year, baccalaureate program in nursing; master’s degree in nursing or Master’s degree “eligible” (i.e. completion of academic coursework) or related health care field preferred
- Current license as a registered nurse (R.N.); Advanced/Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) in Florida preferred
- Minimum of three years’ experience in nursing with at least two (2) years’ experience in critical care or transplantation
- Must be knowledgeable in transplant immunology, technical aspects of surgery, interpretation of diagnostic and laboratory data, and clinical management of patients.
Be part of the team of excellence that is moving medicine forward.
In addition to a culture defined by teamwork and professional support, we offer competitive salaries, outstanding benefits, and relocation assistance.
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
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