Advertised Summary Job Description: The Clinical Coordinator for the Transplant abdominal Division in the Departmet of Surgery will be under the direction of the Medical and Surgical Directors of the Liver Center. In collaboration with Data Manager, Out-Patient Nurse Practitioners, Social Workers, Financial Coordinator,The Centers Medical and Surgical Attending staff. The Incumbent will Coordinate overall medical and surgical management of patients being evaluated and treated by the liver program. Conduct new evaluations and consultations. Provide education about liver disease and transplantation for patients and medical center staff. Management of immunosuppressant and regulation of medications in response to laboratory results. Telephone medical advice, interaction with both patients and primary physicians. Participation in patient care and education meetings and inpatient rounds. Other duties as assigned.
General Minimum Qualifications: Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus five years of related experience. Current New York State Nurse Practioner license.
Additional Specific Minimum Qualifications:
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