The International Health Services (IHS) Department was established in 1997 at the Cedars-Sinai Health System. This department is responsible for developing new international business alliances with medical centers, health care organizations and physicians in other countries, in order to attract international patients to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. As part of International Health Services, Cedars-Sinai physicians provide remote consultation services to patients in International locations under their Tele-medicine program via satellite communication systems.
The bilingual (English and Spanish) Nurse Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating all medical arrangements associated with consultations and treatment for international patients at CSMC. Responsibilities include acting as liaison between Center for International Health Services Department, international patients, and healthcare providers at CSMC and abroad. The Coordinator will maintain competency as a registered nurse and fulfill functions as identified in the nursing plan.
Educational Requirements: Active CA, RN Licensure; Minimum of five years clinical experience and five years supervisory/management experience. BSN Required, MSN preferred. • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills. • Ability to work independently under pressure and use independent judgment. • Detailed knowledge of the broad range of medical services offered at CSMC, as well as a solid understanding of the organizational structure. • Extensive knowledge and skill with various PC applications, including telemedicine applications, Skype. • Experience working in an international environment and multi-cultural sensitivity. • Full command of the English and Spanish languages. Must pass CSMC Interpreter Services Test – Spanish.
Apply at www.cedars-sinai.edu #15204, or contact Olivia Saavedra at (310)423-5458
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