Interim Cardiac/Stroke Program Coordinator

Southwest Region

Posted on 07/19/2019

Position Details




Healthcare / Healthcare Services


Medical / Health

Job Level:

Experienced Professional (Non-Manager)


Associate's Degree


Competitve compensation

Reference ID:



Where Talent Meets Opportunity


INTERIM Cardiac/Stroke Program Coordinator

Southwest Region


Hospital: Large acute care hospital that has been in the community for over 80 years. This hospital was also voted the Best Regional Hospital. This position will be an instrumental part of growing and developing this program including promoting the program to the community, serving as a resource for the hospital staff, and providing service within the program. 

Compensation and Benefits: Competitive compensation along with temporary furnished housing, rental car, airfare, and 1-2 trips home per month.


Requirements: Someone who has experience as a coordinator in both a Cardiac and a Stroke Program. This person will need to be an RN, preferably with a BSN. 3+ years of recent clinical experience in stroke, cardiac, and/or cardiothoracic surgery required. Experience in quality/performance improvement. Experience with data collection, entry, review, analysis, and reporting.


Location: If you enjoy warm weather and sunshine, this is the place to be. With over 265 days of sunshine, this semi-desert climate is hard to beat. Enjoy year-round activities like golf, hiking, biking, and  fishing. You can also try your hand at the one of the many slot machines, just don’t lose your whole paycheck!


To Learn More: To apply or schedule a confidential phone conversation, please send your resume (MS WORD format preferred) to, or call Tania Pena at (720) 735-9750. 


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