Nurse Midwife - Certified (CLS529bb)
Nursing | St. Clair County, IL | Full Time
NURSE MIDWIFE - Certified
St. Clair County IL
An established and successful Texas based Workforce Solutions Company is accepting applications for a full-time Certified Nurse Midwife to provide services to our military and their families located in St. Clair County Illinois. The position offers a great opportunity to gain and/or enhance valuable work experience.
- Graduate from an accredited baccalaureate degree program in nursing (BSN)
- Completion of an approved course in nurse midwifery
- Master’s degree from accredited program in specialty
- Have and maintain a current license to practice nursing as a registered nurse in a US jurisdiction
- Certified as a Nurse Midwife by the American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB)
- Possesses and maintains current BLS, ACLS and NRP certification
JOB FUNCTIONS (INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO)
- Plan and manage antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum care of low-risk obstetrical patients.
- Evaluate prenatal patient’s condition and formulate plan of care to maintain healthy progress.
- Consult with the on-call physician and co-manage high risk patients as appropriate.
- Provide intrapartum care within scope of practice and expertise.
- Attend vaginal deliveries.
- Institute lifesaving emergency measures pending obstetrician’s and pediatrician’s arrival.
- Perform first assist duties during cesarean deliveries.
- Perform rounds on all assigned inpatients at least once daily.
- Document patient care in accordance with established unit/MTF procedures.
- Document all admissions and discharge summaries in accordance with established MTF procedures.
- Render comprehensive care to women from menarche through menopause.
- Plan and manage prenatal, postpartum, well woman gynecological, family planning and preconceptual care.
- Perform first trimester ultrasound evaluations for pregnancy dating and limited third trimester ultrasound for amniotic fluid assessment, fetal presentation, cardiac activity verification and placental location.
- Request diagnostic tests as clinically indicated; analyze and interpret laboratory and radiological reports.
- Prescribe medications, as required, in accordance with privileges and MTF rules and regulations.
- Consult with OB/GYN physicians and other specialists as appropriate for complex cases.
- Refer to specialty care as appropriate.
- Document pertinent patient information, assessment, and plan in the chart electronically as required by established procedures and instructions.
- Facilitate postpartum patient’s optimum physical and psychological transition to parenthood.
- Counsel parents on normal growth and development of infant.
- Provide guidance and encourage acceptable health practices.
- Manage gynecological conditions and perform annual health screening examinations.
- Order and evaluate tests to detect disease processes.
- Provide family planning counseling and various methods of birth control.
- Review and document telephone consults regularly in accordance with established unit procedures.
- Attend and participate in high-risk obstetric and quality meetings.
- Collaborate with health care team members to improve patient care delivery.
- Perform all care IAW individual privileges that are awarded by the Medical Treatment Facility credentials committee.
- Participate in peer review activities.
We support a diverse workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer who does not discriminate against employees and applicants for employment on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other classification protected by law.