VCU Health System's Fetal Cardiology Program and Pediatric Pulmonology Department are seeking full time Nurse Program Coordinators.
Fetal Cardiology Department
The Nurse Program Coordinator will provide coordination and support to the Fetal Cardiology Program within the Department of Pediatrics. The Coordinator will work directly with the Director of the Fetal Heart Program. This individual will coordinate activities and functions of the designated program to ensure that goals and objectives for the program are accomplished. Additionally, they will provide both direct patient care and act as a resource to patients and families and assist in the coordination of team delivered services. This individual will also be responsible for maintaining a database of fetal patients.
Pediatric Pulmonology Department
The coordinator will provide education about asthma and disease self-management in both an inpatient and outpatient setting. Perform outreach and follow up activities to improve patient and family engagement at a personal and community level. ***The ability to multi-task while creating and maintaining warm and respectful relationships with a low-income, minority population is essential.
Practices within the boundaries of the regulations governing the practice of nursing in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Practice is guided by the ANA Code of Ethics for Nursing and established nursing practice standards and follows the VCUHS policies and procedures. Organizes and plans work with input from the patient/family or other stakeholders with specific defined outcomes and demonstrates use of sound clinical judgment and resources.
Supervises assigned subordinates.
Schedules, including requirements of shift rotations and hours of work may be adjusted as necessary to meet program requirements and/or needs.
Bachelors Degree in Nursing from an accredited School of Nursing
Current RN licensure in Virginia
AHA BLS HCP certification or equivalent
Minimum of three (3) years of clinical nursing experience
Minimum of two (2) year of progressive leadership/supervisory experience
Minimum of one (1) year in specialty practice
Certification in specialty area
Previous experience in staff education and professional development (orientation, preceptorship, in-services education, etc.)
Previous experience in an academic healthcare setting
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