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The Johns Hopkins Hospital - Hemapheresis and Transfusion Support (HATS) Department is currently seeking a Transfusion Coordinator for a long-term temporary assignment.
Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 4pm, plus weekends as needed. Position requires Blood Bank experience.
Reviews patient's medical history and current physical finding, and defines a transfusion protocol for assigned groups of patients requiring platelet and red blood cell transfusions.
After reviewing the current clinical condition and lab results, establishes transfusion thresholds for patients to avoid catastrophic bleeding events.
Assigns blood products based on the patients' specific needs and HLA typing.
Evaluates reactions to blood products and recommends appropriate premedications and/or manipulation of products needed for subsequent transfusions.
Projects, orders and maintains the platelet and white blood cell inventory for the hospital.
Takes 24-hour call, covering platelet and white blood cell needs for all patients at JHH.
Bachelor's degree in related medical field (e.g. Medical Technology, Biology) to include a supervised clinical internship in an approved blood bank or blood collection facility; and/or equivalent education and training in microbiology, chemistry, hematology, immunohematology, or health sciences related field.
Minimum one year of clinical experience in an approved blood bank laboratory or blood collection facility, or in a role with equivalent experience with blood transfusions or related medical facility.
Knowledge of clinical laboratory tests including HLA and ABO typing, in addition to familiarity with clinical and laboratory policies and procedures.
Ability to analyze clinical, technical and scientific data. Ability to troubleshoot abnormal clinical lab results. Advanced computer knowledge.
Ability to use and understand the OCIS Blood Ordering System, Pathology Data Systems (PDS), EPR patient data system, Sunrise, EPIC and the Transfusion Medicines Blood Bank computer system reference materials.
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