Cardiovascular Nurse Navigator in Historic District - North, GA at HealthTrust  

Date Posted: 3/16/2018

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Shift Details: Days, Mon - Fri

As HealthTrust Workforce Solutions, we focus on a healthcare facility’s most valuable resource for delivering exceptional patient experiences – its people. We believe healthcare isn’t defined by the four walls in which it’s practiced. It’s defined by the people for whom and by whom it is delivered.

Fantastic opportunity for a Cardiovascular Nurse Navigator RN at a beautiful facility located near Savannah, Georgia!

The region's only faith-based, not-for-profit health system, hospital is the most experienced healthcare provider in the region, offering high-impact medical technology that rivals any medical facility in the country.

Community hospital is a 330-bed acute care hospital founded in 1875 by the Sisters of Mercy. In addition to general services hospital is known for its breakthrough technology, highly specialized treatments and advanced medical procedures in a number of areas including:

With dedicated Neuro-Intensive Care, Coronary Care and Intensive Care units, hospital is able to provide highly skilled, advanced care for the critically ill patient.

Position Summary:

The Cardiovascular (CV) Navigator provides clinical oversight to the Open Heart Surgery program to ensure continuity of care and excellence in quality for the Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) patient population. The CV Navigator is responsible for ensuring that established best practices and protocols are followed throughout the continuum of care for this patient population, from patient identification and screening to 90-day post-op follow up care. The CV Navigator will work with the CT Surgeons to coordinate the care of the CABG patient. All aspects of utilizing evidenced based care and best practice will be overseen by this position. The CV Navigator will facilitate the development and adherence of agreed upon standards of care for selection of CABG patients for surgery, pre-operative tests and screenings, post-operative nursing care in the critical care unit and progressive care unit, discharge planning, and follow-up care. This position will assist with the development of initiatives based upon review of Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) data to improve outcomes.


  • BSN Required, Masters Nursing Preferred (NP or CNS)
  • 3 Years of Cardiovascular ICU Required

Full benefits included!

Group benefits: Eligible

Together with our healthcare facility partners, we ensure that healthcare professionals have the skills, tools and support needed to fulfill their mission of delivering exceptional patient experiences. This means taking a holistic, long-term view of your career options and taking as good a care of our people as our hospital partners take of their patients. When healthcare professionals are empowered with the right skills, tools and employment opportunity to fulfill their mission – something incredible happens. Patient satisfaction soars, employee collaboration takes hold and healthcare organizations deliver high quality, sustainable access to care.

Apply today!