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The Nurse Coordinator is a Registered Nurse, reporting to Nursing leadership within the Children's Transplantation Unit and under the direction and supervision of the Attending Physician for the BMT/Transplant Service. The primary role of the nurse coordinator is to ensure seamless coordination of patient care across the continuum. This includes clinical practice, care coordination, education for patients, family members and staff, quality improvement, understanding of research principles and protocols, with significant latitude for exercising professional judgement. The Nurse Coordinator is an integral member of the multidisciplinary team providing developmentally appropriate care to patients and families within the Transplant Service..
Registered Nurse , Bachelor's Degree in Nursing required, Master's Degree preferred, Connecticut RN license.
At least 2-3 years RN experience in a pediatric inpatient or outpatient setting, Prefer experience in hematology/oncology and bone marrow transplant.
Licensed as a Registered Nurse from the State of Connecticut.
Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Ability to assert oneself, advocate for patients, and work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to manage multiple priorities. Computer experience and knowledge of word processing and data entry systems. Must be able to communicate effectively with all members of the healthcare team, patients and families. Must value and execute "patient -centered model of care."
Must be flexible to meet the demands of the specialty, outpatient clinic session, specialty and patient/family needs
AT LEAST 3-5 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN AN INPATIENT OR OUTPATIENT SETTING. PEDIATRIC AND OR ONCOLOGY EXPERIENCE PREFERRED. HIGHLY DEVELOPED CLINICAL, COMMUNICATION, AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS ARE ESSENTIAL.