The scope of OB/Gyn nursing involves the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of patients birth to geriatrics in the areas of Labor and Delivery, Newborn nursery, post-partum care, and some limited Medical/ Surgical nursing care. Working within a model of “Safe Patient Family Centered Care”, the OB/Gyn RN collaborates with the Health Care team to develop a plan of care, monitor the plan’s effectiveness, and to assist in developing a discharge plan to best meet the patient’s and family’s needs.
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
License/Certifications: Current in the State of Maine as a Registered Professional Nurse. Current BLS Certification NRP Certification preferred (or attained within twelve months of hire). Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) within six months of hire. Basic Fetal Monitoring Course completion within six months of hire. Advanced Fetal Monitoring Course completion within six months of hire.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
Experience: 1-3 years.
Completion of departmental competencies within one month of hire.
Demonstrates written and verbal communication skills
Maine Medical Partners