San Antonio Express-News
The Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) program is focused on improving the quality of life and outcomes for patients with cancer, specifically adolescents and young adults ages 15 – 39 years.
- Registered Nurses with current RN licensure in the State of Texas, BSN required/MSN or a Master in Social Work
- Oncology experienced required
- Post Master's Degree experience in a health care setting in oncology is preferred
- Current license from the Board of Nurse Examiners of the State of Texas to practice as a registered nurse is required.
- National certification (e.g. CCRN, RNC, CEN, CNOR, OCN, ANCC, CAN, CPAN, CFRN, etc.) in related field is preferred.
- Must have a current AHA BLS Healthcare Provider card.
- Current state licensure from the Texas Department of Human Services is required.
San Antonio, Texas
About the Company
University Health System is a nationally recognized teaching hospital and network of outpatient healthcare centers, owned by the people of Bexar County. In partnership with UT Health San Antonio, it is consistently recognized as a leader in advanced treatment options, new technologies and clinical research. University Hospital is ranked among the top 50 hospitals in the nation for urology care by U.S. News & World Report, and designated as high-performing in the care of kidney and lung disease. Since 2001, U.S. News has consistently ranked University Hospital among the best hospitals in Texas and the San Antonio region. University Health System is Bexar County and South Texas’ first health system to earn Magnet status. Only about 6 percent of U.S. hospitals have earned this prestigious designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center — the gold standard in nursing care in the United States. Magnet hospitals and health systems offer patients reassurance they are being cared for by a team with a proven track record for providing excellent care and positive outcomes for their patients. University Hospital’s Emergency Department is the most experienced in the region, staffed entirely with board-certified emergency medicine physicians. University Hospital is also the premier trauma center for a vast, 22-county region of South Texas and home to the highest designated pediatric trauma center in the region, and the only center in South Texas able to care for children with serious burns. The University Transplant Center is a twice-awarded Medal of Honor recipient from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and achieves patient outcomes exceeding national averages for kidney, liver and lung transplantation. University Health System provides healthcare for families close to home at our many clinic locations, including the historic Robert B. Green Campus, Texas Diabetes Institute, 13 neighborhood clinics across the community, five ExpressMed urgent-care clinics and four outpatient renal dialysis centers. The Harlandale ISD School-based Health Center and Southwest ISD School-based Health Center, a collaboration with the Harlandale and Southwest independent school districts, helps keep district students healthy and in the classroom. All of these health centers and clinics are staffed by outstanding physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants of University Medicine Associates, University Health System's nonprofit provider practice. University Health System is one of the largest employers in Bexar County with more than 7,000 employees, more than 800 physicians and resident physicians, and an operating budget of $1.5 billion in 2016. University Health System's Community First Health Plans is the region's only locally-owned and operated, not-for-profit health insurer. University Health System is also proud to partner with San Antonio AirLIFE, which provides emergency air medical transport services aboard its fleet of state-of-the-art Bell 430 helicopters. University Health System is committed to delivering patient-centered, culturally competent and high-quality healthcare for adults and children, based on a strong foundation of outcomes-based research and innovative teaching.