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Transplant Coordinator 1/ II - Bone Marrow

ResponsibilitiesWork with the UCLA Hematologic Malignancies/Stem Cell Transplant Program team to provide patient and family education and care post stem cell transplant. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Reinforcing transplant education prior to hospital or outpatient discharge
Working with physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistant, Social Worker and colleagues to manage the clinical and psychosocial needs of patients and families post transplant
Maintaining communication with referring physicians and provide regular clinical follow up
Monitoring and documenting survival information
Working with team to establish Survivorship follow up Program
This responsibility involves coordination of interdisciplinary medical care delivery system under the direction of the transplant program physicians, nurse manager, and nursing supervisors; liaison functions with patient, family, medical staff, referring physicians, and insurance companies
Provide individualized patient/family assessment of appropriate medical intervention for effective use of resources and quality assurance.
The Transplant Coordinator I and II reports directly to the nurse manager and nursing supervisors. Clinical functions are supervised by the transplant program directors, the nurse manager, and the nursing supervisors. Overall job performance is evaluated by the nurse manager with input from the nursing supervisor, and program directors.

QualificationsPrevious experience working in the hematology/oncology setting required.
Previous experience working with stem cell transplant patients, preferred.
Previous experience providing oncology patient and family education required.
OCN and/or BMT certification required.
Excellent communication skills required.
Excellent clinical, critical thinking and multi - tasking skills required
Current California Registered Nurse license, Graduation from an accredited nursing program and a BSN or MSN required. BLS required.



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