A large, well-regarded hospital system in the DC-Metro area has
a phenomenal opportunity for an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner or
Physician Assistant to join their Transplant Team.
Innovative. Award-winning. Nurse-friendly. Cutting-edge
technology. These are just a few ways to describe this
not-for-profit teaching facility. This is a Magnet-recognized
facility that is consistently acknowledged for its clinical
excellence. US News and World Report have recognized this hospital
for being a high achiever in multiple areas, including orthopedics
The Transplant Nurse Practitioner will join an accomplished team
focusing on Abdominal Transplants. This is a high-volume area for
the hospital where they see patients receiving kidney, liver,
pancreas, small bowel, colon, stomach, and multi-organ transplants.
This team is consistently recognized for being one of the safest
and most innovative countries, with survival rates that exceed most
other transplant programs in the US. They are also at the forefront
of pioneering operations, including less invasive techniques and
the use of state-of-the-art technology.
The Transplant Nurse Practitioner will work with patients
facing liver and kidney disease, pancreatic, liver or bile duct
tumors or cancers, diabetes or chronic pancreatitis, small bowel
diseases, and short bowel syndrome, among other conditions. The
Transplant Nurse Practitioner will see patients post-operatively,
including discharge planning, outpatient care, and patient
follow-up. The NP will also have the opportunity to participate in
research projects and contribute to data collection efforts to
evaluate patient outcomes.
This position offers a generous compensation package, including
a competitive base salary, annual reviews, relocation funds,
full benefits, and a work environment that values nurses!