Below are some of the key accountabilities this position will hold:
Works with donor families, donor hospital personnel, and transplant hospital personnel to facilitate efficient recovery of organs for transplantation.
Manages donor patients in accordance with established policy and protocols, in addition to consultation with Medical Director and leadership.
Utilizes critical thinking skills to manage all aspects of donor case management.
Must be able to withstand extended work hours and extensive on-call duties.
Must have reliable personal transportation and be able to travel in small aircraft.
The ideal candidate will have the following attributes:
RN/PA or related health care degree or licensure preferred.
One to two years’ work experience in a critical care setting or equivalent medical experience in an OPO or related field required.
Valid driver license required. May be required to use privately owned vehicle during the scope of company business.
Working knowledge of computers and basic data entry skills required.
About New Mexico Donor Services
An Extraordinary Commitment to Science, Health, and Hope
New Mexico Donor Services (NMDS) serves two million people in the state of New Mexico. We are an exceptional team of professionals dedicated to saving and improving lives by connecting organ and tissue donations to the patients who need them. We strive to extend the reach of each generous donor’s gift to those who are always profoundly grateful for them.
NMDS operates in an ethically and financially responsible manner to conserve scarce resources and to ensure public trust. Our performance is measured by the impact we have on the lives of families who make transplantation possible, and the patients whose lives are saved and improved by their gifts. Each NMDS employee commits every day to be: