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Registered Nurse III - Heart Transplant
Make a difference in Nursing at Cedars-Sinai. Use your compassion, expertise and dedication in work that truly matters – improving the lives of our patients in their most vulnerable times. As a Nurse at Cedars-Sinai you'll work alongside some of the most talented staff in the industry and be exposed to innovative research and technology. Nurses at Cedars-Sinai are expected to be among the best in the industry and are given support to do something incredible – for yourself and for others.
What makes a successful RN at Cedars-Sinai? Check out the traits we’re looking for and see if you have the right mix.
- Compassionate 10
- Detail-oriented 9
- Positive 8
- Adaptable 7
- Communicator 5
- Good Listener 7
Traits are on a scale of 0 to 10
- Team Player
“I am a proud member of the Cedars-Sinai team…Cedars holds their employees in the highest regard offering bonus’, continuing education reimbursement, and much more to promote career advancement. I have been an employee for 10+ years and I love it!”
– Kathryn G., since 2007
“I truly love what I do and I love being an employee and steward of Cedars-Sinai. I am here because Cedars-Sinai’s mission and goals align with my own personal values as an RN. I appreciate and value that all of the leadership (especially Sr. leadership) values each and every employee, that it is the frontline staff that truly makes the difference and how our patients are cared for on a day to day basis.”
– Kimako D., since 2016
“I have been an oncology nurse for over 30 years. Cedars-Sinai offers the most up-to-date therapies available, so I get to learn every day.”
– Ann S., since 2014
“One reason I enjoy being nurse leader at Cedars-Sinai is because there is support to reach your full potential and working at the top of your scope is encouraged. It is a great place to be innovative and to inspire!”
– Courtnay C., since 2015
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When we hire your referrals, you could earn $3000 or more for positions requiring an RN license
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ResponsibilitiesRequisition # HRC0345284
Are you ready to bring your clinical skills to a world-class facility recognized as top ten in the United States for Cardiovascular and Cardiac services? Do you have a passion for the highest quality and patient happiness? Then please respond to this dynamic opportunity available with one of the best places to work in Southern California! We would be happy to hear from you.
This is a golden age of heart transplantation, and the Heart Transplant Program at the Smidt Heart Institute is a trailblazer for the procedure in the US and around the world.
For four years in a row, the program has completed more adult heart transplants than any other medical facility in the nation. Heart failure—when the heart pumps less blood than the body needs—is the most common reason the procedure is necessary.
Our physicians work closely with other programs, including the Heart Failure Program, Mechanical Circulatory Support Program, Interventional Cardiology and the Regenerative Medicine Clinic.
More than a thousand patients have undergone transplants at Cedars-Sinai since the program was established in 1988, according to UNOS. Because we treat more of these patients than any other center in the United States, we can tailor our approach to each individual's needs.
Summary of Essential Duties:
- The Clinical Nurse III, under the direction of the Associate Director and Clinical Program Manager, performs a variety of tasks specific to the needs of the patient population
- Retrieving and recording diagnostic test results done at Cedars-Sinai or patient’s community medical facility
- Preparing for lab review with MD/Coordinators
- Entering orders for clinic visits
- Calling patients with test results and medication changes
- Handling pharmacy refill requests over the phone and/or on paper
- Following-up on pending test results
- Performs data entry into the transplant database
- Perform telephone triage
- Communicate with Physicians appropriately and directly
- Organizes mobile phlebotomy services for patient when needed
- Graduate of an accredited nursing program required
- BSN preferred
- Current, unrestricted California RN license required
- BLS from the American Heart Association or American Red Cross required
- Specialty certification required (or willing to obtain within one year of start date)
- A minimum of 3 years of acute care nursing experience required
- ICU, Transplant floor, or Cardiac experience preferred
- Working Title: Registered Nurse III - Heart Transplant
- Department: Heart Operations
- Business Entity: Service Lines & Ops
- City: Los Angeles
- Job Category: Nursing
- Job Specialty: Nursing
- Position Type: Full-time
- Shift Length: 8 hour shift
- Shift Type: Day
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