Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT), University of Maryland Medical Center
Come work with the best and brightest healthcare leaders in Baltimore at our 800-bed, Magnet designated Academic Medical Center as we support the community of Baltimore.
This role is designed for the nurse who is a clinical and professional leader at the unit level. Demonstrates effective and consistent leadership behaviors in advancing evidence based practices, leading unit governance initiatives, and coaching others to achieve and grow in the role of the professional nurse.
University of Maryland Medical Center, located in downtown Baltimore, MD, is the flagship hospital of the 12 member University of Maryland Medical System. UMMC has a workforce of more than 8,000 employees who work together to provide evidenced based care for the residents of Maryland. Twice designated as a Magnet designated hospital, we focus on progressing the career of our nursing staff and are looking for a likeminded leader to join our team.
Our state-of-the-art Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) unit is dedicated solely to the care of transplant patients and their families.
Our transplant program is recognized as a Center of Excellence by major health insurance and transplant networks and is accredited by FACT based on rigorous national standards in the field of cellular therapy product transplantation. Our experts are actively engaged in research into new ways to treat patients with cancer, including graft engineering and immunotherapy (using the body's own immune system to fight cancer)
What You Will Do:
We are seeking Registered Nurses (RN) who will be competent in the skills/knowledge required and fully participate in unit governance. He/she will practice and adhere to the guidelines specified in the UMMC Professional Nurse Job Charter. Independently provides and coordinates care provided to patients within a clinical specialty. Serves as a fully effective and participative member of the multidisciplinary patient care services team.
Demonstrates and models the full range of nursing professional practice in both care provided and in participation in development of strategies to improve patient outcomes, satisfaction with service and cost effectiveness at the unit level. Is accountable to patients and families for the processes and outcomes of care delivery during an episode of care. Is accountable to peers for the advancement of group practice on the unit, and to the nurse manager for the totality of work performance.