Registered Nurse Clin I- Labor and Delivery- PRN hours - Memorial Regional Medical Center
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Registered Nurse Clin I- Labor and Delivery- PRN hours - Memorial Regional Medical CenterRequisition R110929 Market Mechanicsville, Virginia Department Labor and Delivery - Memorial Shift All Schedule Part-time
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Summary of Primary Function
The Obstetrics (OB) Registered Nurse (RN) addresses the care provided to healthcare consumers in the context of woman-, newborn-, and family-centered care and includes those who do not self-identify as women, or exclusively as women, as well as all people parenting newborns. The competent and proficient OB RN provides, coordinates, plans, and evaluates nursing care, and supervises licensed and unlicensed associates in nursing care delivery within established nursing procedures, professional standards, and organizational mission/policies/philosophies. This RN demonstrates the ability to care for patients in the outpatient and/or acute care obstetrical setting as part of an interprofessional team focused on achieving the best individual maternal/neonatal/gynecology/women's health and population outcomes.
Essential Job Functions
• In collaboration with the interdisciplinary care team (Care Management in coordinating care [e.g. Children's Protective Services], transfer centers, and pharmacies), conducts initial and ongoing patient assessment, analyzes assessment data, creates a plan of care, educates patient and/or family, implements nursing care/interventions, evaluates the effectiveness of the nursing care/intervention, and advocates for the patient/family.
• Provides episodic (outpatient) and inpatient (at designated units) Obstetrical/Women's Health nursing care where applicable.
• Administers medications in a safe manner consistent with the State of Practice and Bon Secours Mercy Health; coordinates care within hospital departments.
• Acts as a patient safety advocate by participating in ongoing quality improvement in the department.
• Applies knowledge of contemporary obstetrical/women's health nursing practice and future innovations.
• Applies the nursing process in the care of women during pregnancy, birth, postpartum, gynecological, and other women's health issues and the neonate from birth until discharge with differing gestational ages, diagnoses, and complications.
• Provides care to women of all ages requiring triage, prioritization, assessment, education, stabilization, resuscitation, and emergency management.
• Models core cultural and safety behaviors to eliminate preventable harm, ensure worker safety and a safe, high-quality experience of care.
• BSMH nurses are expected to practice and deliver care by the core concepts and intention of the BSMH Nursing Professional Practice Model.
This document is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, or working conditions associated with the job. Employees may be required to perform other job-related duties as required by their supervisor, subject to reasonable accommodation.
Current RN License in the state in which they are working or covered by a compact (required)
BLS Basic Life Support (preferred upon hire, must obtain from the approved source before direct patient care)
NRP Neonatal Resuscitation Program (preferred upon hire, must obtain within 6 months of hire)
ACLS Advanced Cardiac Life Support - American Heart Association (preferred)
Electronic Fetal Monitoring Certification - National Certification Corporation (required if interpreting fetal monitoring)
Inpatient OB Certification - National Certification Corporation (preferred)
Maternal Newborn Nursing Certification - National Certification Corporation (preferred) Neonatal Intensive Care Certification - National Certification Corporation (required for critical care transport NICU teams within 2 years of hire)
low-Riskeonatal Nursing Certification - National Certification Corporation (preferred)
Care of the Extremely Low Birth Weight Neonate Certification - National Certification Corporation (preferred)
Bachelor of Science Nursing (preferred)
1 year of RN experience (required)
Recent OB, ED, or critical care experience (preferred)
EPIC Electronic Health Record (EHR) (preferred)
• Assigns patient care according to the nursing skill, knowledge, and scope of practice of staff.
• Orients, facilitates learning experience and provides education (based upon quality improvement indicators, outcomes, and implementation) to nursing staff and others.
• Possesses clinical knowledge, skills, and competency to provide evidence-based patient care by the current standards of practice, policy and procedure, and BSMH mission.
• Performs comprehensive assessment of patient's clinical condition and psychosocial needs of the patient and their support resources.
• Safely and efficiently develops, implements, and prioritizes plans of care.
• Application of the nursing process in patient care delivery.
• Assesses patient's physical and emotional responses to treatment to evaluate the effectiveness of intervention and patient outcomes; revises the plan of care accordingly.
• Assists patient and family in coping with patient's illness.
• Collaborates with others in the delivery of coordinated patient care.
• Strong interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills.
• Applies cultural diversity and inclusion principles when caring for patients and their support resources.
• Recognizes own limitations and seeks assistance and acquires information to perform safely.
• Advances personal and professional growth through participation in educational programs, current literature, in-services, and workshops.
• Exhibits professionalism through accountability for own and delegated actions.
• Integrates cost-effective measures into practice and models effective stewardship of available resources.
• Practices self-care and cultivates resilience in conflict and difficult circumstances.
• Protects the safety and privacy of all persons.
• Understanding and utilization of office and clinical technologies.
• Ability to communicate with patients in a manner they can understand considering their personal preferences.
• Compassionate, relationship-based approach to help find meaning in illness, suffering, pain, and existence.
• Remains calm, adaptive, and collective during an emergency.
• Electronic fetal monitoring.
• Conducting vaginal exams.
• Caring for the mother/fetal dyad.
• Resuscitation and stabilization of mother/fetal dyad.
• Breastfeeding support and education
• Teaching self/neonate/infant care, discharge teaching, planning, and follow-up.
• Age- and department-specific emergency and lifesaving equipment.
• Ability to recognize, understand, and communicate family dynamics and parent/child relationships.
• Advanced care management skills in caring for the unstable, acute, or chronically ill neonate.
Periods of high stress and fluctuating workloads may occur
May be exposed to physical altercations and verbal abuse
May be required to use physical restraints
May be exposed to high noise levels and bright lights
May be exposed to limited hazardous substances or body fluids*
May be exposed to human blood and other potentially infectious materials*
May have periods of constant interruptions
* Individuals in this position are required to exercise universal precautions, use personal protective equipment and devices, and learn the policies concerning infection control.
Lifting/Carrying (0-50 lbs.): 34-66%
Lifting/Carrying (50-100 lbs.) 34-66%
Push/Pull (0-50 lbs.) 34-66%
Push/Pull (50-100 lbs.) 34-66%
Additional Physical Requirements/Hazards
Manual dexterity (eye/hand coordination)
Perform shift work
Maneuver weight of patients
Reach above shoulder
Repetitive arm/hand movements
Acuity - far
Acuity - near
Use of Latex products
Exposure to toxic/caustic/chemicals/detergents
Exposure to moving mechanical parts
Exposure to dust/fumes
Exposure to potential electrical shock
Exposure to x-ray/electromagnetic energy
Exposure to high pitched noises
Gaseous risk exposure
Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served on his or her assigned unit.
Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development of the life span and possesses the ability to assess data reflective of the patient's status and interprets the appropriate information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his or her age, specific needs and to provide the care needed as described in departmental policies and procedures.
Neonates (0-4 weeks)
Infant (1-12 months)
Pediatrics (1-12 years)
Adolescents (13-17 years)
Adults (18-64 years)
Geriatrics (65 years and older)
As a faith-based and patient-focused organization, Bon Secours exists to enhance the health and well-being of all people in mind, body, and spirit through exceptional patient care. Success in this goal requires a culture of compassion, collaboration, excellence, and respect. Bon Secours seeks people that are committed to our values of compassion, human dignity, integrity, service, and stewardship to create an environment where associates want to work and help communities thrive.
Registered Nurse (RN) – Obstetrics (OB) – Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center
The Obstetrics (OB) Registered Nurse (RN) position is responsible for delivering exceptional nursing care to patients by:
·Utilizing strong organizational and leadership skills to assess patient status
·Determining the priority of the patient’s problems and needs
·Implementing clinical nursing interventions to acute, critical patients that require intensive medical care
·Developing and performing patient care plans to enhance and improve outcomes
·Ensuring a safe and therapeutic environment
·Collaborate with the interdisciplinary care team
·Addresses the care provided to healthcare consumers in the context of woman-, newborn-, and family-centered care; and includes those who do not self-identify as women, or exclusively as women, as well as all people parenting newborns
·Provides episodic (outpatient) and inpatient (at designated units) Obstetrical/Women's Health nursing care where applicable
·Applies the nursing process in the care of women during pregnancy, birth, postpartum, gynecological, and other women's health issues and the neonate from birth until discharge with differing gestational ages, diagnoses, and complications
·Delivers care to women of all ages requiring triage, prioritization, assessment, education, stabilization, resuscitation, and emergency management
·Administer medications in a safe manner consistent with the State of Practice and the organization’s policies and procedures
·Other duties as assigned
·Graduate of an accredited Associates degree or Bachelors degree in Nursing
·Current state licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN)
·Basic Life Support (BLS) – American Heart Association
·Electronic Fetal Monitoring Certification - National Certification Corporation (required if interpreting fetal monitoring)
·NPR Neonatal Resuscitation Program (required within 6 months of hire)
·One (1) year of professional experience practicing as a Registered Nurse (RN)
·Recent OB, ED, or Critical Care experience (preferred, not required)
·EPIC Electronic Health Record training (preferred, not required)
Bon Secoursis an equal opportunity employer.
We’ll also reward your hard work with:
- Comprehensive, affordable medical, dental and vision plans
- Prescription drug coverage
- Flexible spending accounts
- Life insurance w/AD&D
- An employer-matched 403(b) for those who qualify
- Paid time off
- Educational Assistance
- And much more
Scheduled Weekly Hours:0.01
Department:Labor and Delivery - Memorial
All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetic information, or protected veteran status, and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. If you’d like to view a copy of the affirmative action plan or policy statement for Mercy Health – Youngstown, Ohio or Bon Secours – Franklin, Virginia; Petersburg, Virginia; and Emporia, Virginia, which are Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employers, please email email@example.com. If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact The Talent Acquisition Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In some instances, the nurse’s voice and touch is the last thing a patient will hear or feel. This is part of our calling as nurses, to be there for our patients in all stages of life, from the beginning to the very end.Ali L. Registered Nurse
You have to care to be able to heal. It makes a difference. That’s what it means to be a Bon Secours nurse. The core of nursing comes from the heart.AGnes K. BSN, RN, CMRSN
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