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Less than 5 years
Posted 66 days ago
The HOT unit is a 24-bed unit, caring for patients with hematologic or oncologic disorders, or for those patients undergoing blood and marrow transplant. Patient length of stay averages 4-5 days for hematology/oncology patients, and 38-40 days for blood and marrow transplant patients. Common nursing care includes administering multiple PO and IV medications, chemotherapy, blood products, and immune globulin. Most patients have central venous line access. Pain management (acute and chronic) and the use of Patient Controlled Analgesia are common for blood and marrow transplant patients and patients with sickle cell disease.
The MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders provides comprehensive, cutting edge care for pediatric and young adult patients with cancer and blood disorders. The Patient Care Director Service Line – MACC Fund Center provides operational, quality, and service leadership for clinical services across the System for the service line. This position will provide leadership for all service line care locations including the MACC Fund Center inpatient unit; the hematology, oncology and blood and marrow transplant ambulatory clinics; and the Northwestern Mutual Day Hospital. Maintains primary accountability for day to day financial and operational oversight of the inpatient and ambulatory units under their service line responsibilities. Works in partnership with the Executive Director, Section Chief, Medical directors, and other administrative, operational and physician leaders to oversee and integrate the service line programs within and across inpatient and outpatient care delivery sites. Proactively implements efforts to ensure safe, high quality, accessible and seamless care across the service line. Maintains a talent management system that attracts, retains and develops clinical staff and leaders within the service line. Works as a leader and peer within the matrix of the organization and service line to achieve goals and objectives.
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