Cardiac Services Nurse Liaison - SBCH Cardiovascular Services (Full-Time; Days)

📁
Nursing
💼
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital
📅
190000UC Requisition #

Cottage Health has been a leader in Santa Barbara County for many years, and was recently recognized in the top 10 best places to work in healthcare by Fortune.  As a non-profit healthcare system we are dedicated to the well-being of our community and beyond.  Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital has over 450 beds, making us the largest hospital system on the central coast. We are a teaching hospital, non-union and a level I trauma center.  


We currently have an need for a Cardiac Services Program Nurse Liaison to work collaboratively with the Cardiac Services Program Coordinator and the physicians of Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital to serve the needs of the structural heart patients (TAVR, MitraClip and LAAO) in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Will provide coordination of pre- & post- workup procedural care, collection of mandated registry data elements, and liaison between physicians & hospital staff.  Plus, high quality on-going cardiovascular health education to clients and healthcare providers consistent with Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital’s patient and family centered care concept. Develops, implements, and evaluates the structural heart education program to meet the identified educational needs of clients and health care providers. Requires: BSN, California RN license, BLS, 3+ years’ recent nursing experience in a cardiac care hospital setting.   

 

Cottage Health offers outstanding benefits, including premium medical plans, dental, life insurance, up to $550/year in wellness reimbursement, relocation assistance and rental assistance.


Previous Job Searches

My Profile

Create and manage profiles for future opportunities.

Go to Profile

My Submissions

Track your opportunities.

My Submissions
Please try again.

Oops!

Either there was a problem on our end with the action you just performed, or we are currently having technical difficulties with our system. Please try again later.