LOCATION: Moses Cone Hospital, Greensboro
FTE: 1.0 (40 hours/week)
Schedule: 8 hr days, M-F
On Call: No
The Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) Coordinator assumes responsibility for all aspects of the ECMO program including general operations, scheduling, quality monitoring, competency validation & compliance with regulatory & Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO) standards. The ECMO Coordinator coordinates the educational component of the ECMO program, which covers all aspects of orientation, continuing education, clinical competency validation, in accordance with international ELSO guidelines. The ECMO Coordinator collaborates with the ECMO Medical Director to ensure that policies & procedures, order sets, educational materials, & data monitoring/performance improvement initiatives are up to date & in compliance with ELSO guidelines & recommendations.
Bachelors Nursing Required, or
Licensed Respiratory Therapist Required, or
Certified Clinical Perfusionist Required
2 years care of ECMO patients preferred.
Licensed in critical care nursing, respiratory therapy (licensed and registered), or as a certified clinical perfusionist.
NC DRIVER'S LICENSE
Cone Health's Heart and Vascular Nursing Team
Cone Health's Heart and Vascular team welcomes applicants that are interested in becoming a part of a progressive Heart and Vascular nursing team. We offer several inpatient and ambulatory nursing opportunities that allow flexible work hours and experience with innovative technology. Our inpatient opportunities include Heart and Vascular ICU along with progressive care opportunities that extend across the continuum. More details about nursing and Cone Health can be found below.
NURSING AT CONE HEALTH
Cone Health is recognized nationally for nursing leadership. Our health system is praised by the American Nurses Credentialing Center for being a role model in:
• New RN graduate programs that build a bridge between education and practice
• Opportunities for professional development and career advancement, including generous financial assistance for education
• Open communication among leadership and staff
• Collaboration across multiple care settings
• Leadership opportunities for nurses
• Support for nursing research and nurse-led care innovation
• Innovative care practices developed and led by nurses
• Community partnerships, such as the Congregational Nurse Program
Your Voice Matters: Front line nursing insights are central to Cone Health's focus on continuous care improvement. As a Cone Health nurse, you will be encouraged to get involved with decisions that affect nursing practice and patient care. Cone Health ranks in the top quarter of health systems nationwide for employee engagement (2016). Cone Health's Shared Governance Councils enable employee teams to lead innovation in areas such as clinical and practice issues, engagement, environmental concerns, program development and more.
Support & Guidance: Whether you're a new grad or an experienced nurse, you can benefit from individualized guidance provided by a trained coach/preceptor as you transition into your new role at Cone Health. You'll get the orientation you need to provide high-quality patient care with confidence. You'll continue to receive support from your colleagues at Cone Health throughout your career. In 2016, for the sixth year in a row, more Great 100 Nurses worked for Cone Health than at any other health network in North Carolina. See some of the ways we recognize the exceptional work of nurses and explore what RNs have to say about being a nurse at Cone Health.
Cone Health is an equal opportunity employer. If you require assistance with our online job submission process, please contact our Talent Acquisition team at 866-266-3767 to request an accommodation.