Nursing Asst

Organization
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center & Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Job Location
Seattle, WA
Salary
Benefits
Job Description

The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, located in Seattle, Washington, is part of a dynamic collaboration among three organizations known nationally and internationally for their patient care and research: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, University of Washington, and Seattle Children's. Over the past 25 years, these institutions have worked together to support their mission of adult and pediatric oncology patient care services, research and education.

The Seattle Cancer Care Transplant Clinic provides our patients with a team approach. Our teams consist of an Attending Physician, Advance Practice Provider, Register Nurse, Team Coordinator, Pharmacist, Nutritionist, Social Worker and Medical Assistant. The average patient is seen in our clinic from daily to three times a week providing the opportunity for continuity and strong patient relationships with the team.

Join us and make a difference!

The Certified Nursing Assistant will participate as a team member in the overall functioning of the clinic. The Nursing Assistant will be responsible for the flow of the patients for the transplant teams. They will perform duties described below in a busy, fast paced clinic. The Nursing Assistant functions under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor and or designee.

Duties will include but are not limited to vitals signs in a high acuity patient care setting, turning over rooms per protocol for various type of isolation. Maintains the transplant clinic so that it is always ready operationally to provide our patients with the highest standard of care. Delivering of specimens and pharmacy runs as needed under the direction of Patient Flow.

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