About the Program

At the Mass General Transplant Center, nurses have unique opportunities to transform the patient experience and their careers. Through the TRED program, nurse coordinators in the Transplant Center work in a collaborative environment, witness the latest innovations in transplant surgery and have access to career-long professional development opportunities.

Mission and Objectives

A group of transplant nurse coordinators at the 2019 Donation and Transplantation Symposium

At the Mass General Transplant Center, people are our greatest asset. We pride ourselves for attracting world-class nurses and mid-level clinicians, and investing in their professional and personal development within the specialty of organ transplantation. The TRED program was created to ensure that Transplant Center nurse coordinators feel valued, invested in and supported. As part of the Mass General transplant team, nurses use their expertise and kindness to deliver compassionate care as well as change the lives and well-being of their patients.

We believe that a nursing career on our team offers exceptional opportunities, particular as it lies within Mass General which is consistently ranked as a top hospital in the annual U.S. News & World Report.

Benefits and Opportunities

Mass General Transplant Center nurse coordinators receive the following benefits through the TRED program:

  • A sense of community with team members, including peer-to-peer mentorship and regular meetings that inspire the sharing of ideas and best practices across teams
  • Annual journal club and various team building activities
  • Attendance at specialty conferences
  • Opportunities for continuing education including access to national conferences and support in pursuing abstract submissions
  • Peer support, study materials and study groups to help nurses pursue and obtain Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator certifications
  • Reward and recognition of years of service

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