Will be responsible for the assessment, plan, implementation and evaluation of nurse midwifery care delivered to antepartum, intrapartum and postpartum, and newborn patients.
The CNM performs physical exams, collects and documents data, manages labor and spontaneous delivery, conducts diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, orders and schedules laboratory studies and professional consultations, and prescribes appropriate interventions and medications.
Oversight of many quality and safety projects on Labor and Delivery.
Responsible for all phases of assigned projects including assigning individual responsibilities, coordinating activities ofÂ project team, identifying appropriate resources needed, and developing schedules to ensure timely completion of project Conducts project meetings and is responsible for project tracking and analysis. Ensures adherence to quality standards and reviews project deliverables.
Collaborates with and acts as liaison among the nurse, patient, family, physician, and community resources for coordination of patient care.
Selects appropriate communications approach to achieve desired outcomes of patient care.
Actively pursues required knowledge and skills for professional development.
Identifies and participates in quality assurance issues on the unit.
May participate in health education in the community; may participate in basic science and clinical research projects conducted by supervising physician; may prepare statistical reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions; acts as a resource for clinical skills to staff on or off the unit.
Participates in teaching students and residents in techniques and procedures which are unique to specific clinical setting.
Designs patient education programs that include information required to make informed health care and treatment decisions.
Develops diagnostic strategies and therapeutic interventions needed to achieve the goals and outcomes of the patientâ™s plan of care.
Performs other related work as needed.
Graduate of a midwifery educational program approved by the American College of Nurse Midwives required.
5+ years of clinical CNM experience preferred.
Experience with project management using Excel or other project management tools preferred.
High attention to detail and organizational skills.
Ability to influence and manage others through a matrix environment.
Advanced knowledge of prenatal case, outpatient clinics, labor and delivery, postpartum care and obstetrical ultrasound.
Licenses and Certifications:
Current RN and CNM license, Basic Life Support and Neonatal Resuscitation Program certificates required.
Certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB) required.
Attention to detail.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to stand for extended periods.
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