Strategy 1: Institutional Vision and Commitment
Recognize that transplant is unique from other health services. Hospital leadership demonstrates a commitment to making transplantation an institutional priority and to assure adequate organizational resources to develop a successful program.
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Organizational Chart Examples
- Comprehensive Transplant Center – Organizational Chart Example – download
- Transplant Center Administrative Chart – download
- Transplant Department Reporting Structure – download – (2014)
- Transplant Organizational Chart Example – download
- Transplant Organizational Chart Example – download – (2015) Methodist University Transplant Institute
Job Descriptions (click on link)
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- Succession Planning: Aligning Strategic Goals and Leadership Behaviors – article – Coonan PR. (2005), Nurs Leadersh Forum, 9(3): 92-97.
- Unique challenges for the pediatric transplant administrator – article – Smith-Fields C. (2007), Prog Transplant, 17(2): 99-102.