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Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has an opening for an RN, Clinical Program Coordinator in International Health.
The Nurse Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating all medical arrangements associated with consultations and treatment for international patients at CSMC with particular emphasis on China and other Asian countries.
Responsibilities include acting as liaison between Center for International Health Services Department, international patients, and healthcare providers at CSMC and abroad.
The Coordinator will also provide coordination support for medical record review or video consultations handled by the Center.
The Coordinator will maintain competency as a registered nurse and fulfill functions as identified in the nursing plan. Interpretation of both verbal or written Mandarin patient information or documents. Test, and pass 'Medical translation/Interpreter' exam provided by CSMC. Actively participate in ongoing internal and external marketing efforts as it relates to the China market.
Note: All External Hiresmust successfully pass a background check, a prohibited substance screening,and a pre-employment physical.
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