The APP will be responsible for longitudinal care of patients receiving therapy for hematologic malignancies including multiple myeloma, lymphoma and/or leukemia, both before and after stem cell transplantation including scheduled and urgent care visits, completing encounter notes and orders, managing consults and referrals, and performing appropriate procedures (bone marrow biopsies, lumbar punctures and ommaya taps). Works closely with the inpatient/outpatient APP and nursing teams in a clinical and teaching capacity. Attends and participates in relevant educational conferences and CHM-specific research protocols.
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