Registered Nurse, BSN, RN
Pediatric Transplant Unit
3800 Reservoir Road, NW, Washington, DC 20007
EXPERIENCED NURSES ONLY!!!
Pediatric Transplant Unit – C5-1
Three 12-hour shifts.
Self-scheduling, 6-week schedules.
Nurse-led scheduling committee.
Rotating or full-time night shift available (maximum 50% nights and 50% weekends).
C5-1 is a 15-bed, state-of-the-art Pediatric Transplant Unit, serving patients receiving care for life-saving organ transplants, including liver, small bowel and multi-organ transplants (liver, stomach, small bowel, kidney, pancreas, and colon). As one of only seven centers that perform pediatric small bowel and multivisceral organ transplants, the Transplant Center for Children is the nation’s third-largest transplant program. In fact, we perform five times as many transplants as the average transplant program. Our Pediatric Transplant Team provides complex medical and surgical care for patients regionally, nationally and internationally. Our team is notable for its high success rates, history of innovation, cohesive teamwork, and family-friendly approach to the transplant process.
The nurses on C5-1 work in collaboration with physicians, registered dieticians, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, social workers, physical/occupational/speech therapists, clinical technicians, and child-life specialists to deliver high-quality, transplant-focused care. Through the help of our full-time Clinical Educator, our nurses are trained to care for patients requiring telemetry monitoring, high-risk medications and in-depth discharge teaching. The nursing team on C5-1 is a highly educated and motivated group of professionals who actively participate in shared governance and continuing education and attend regional and national conferences. In 2015, C5-1 was proud to receive the Patient Safety Award for achieving one year without a CLABSI.
Experience, Education and Certification:
As part of our compensation package, our full-time, hospital-based clinical nurses may receive additional benefits that include:
Required: One year of nursing experience
Preferred: Transplant experience
Outstanding educational opportunities, including up to $6,000 of tuition assistance annually.
Professional development opportunities, including Collaborative Governance and a financially-incentivized Clinical Advancement Ladder.
Relocation reimbursement (based on eligibility).
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to equal opportunity for all candidates for employment and employees.
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