RN - Labor & Delivery Part Time
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oversees and directs the care of pregnant women and their families. The Obstetric RN is responsible for the care of pregnant patients and their families. The RN cares for the patient during vaginal and cesarean delivery, as well as other OB surgical procedures. The RN provides the best possible preventative, supportive, and rehabilitative nursing care to meet the needs of Obstetrical and low risk new born patients based upon the nursing process and in accordance with hospital policy and procedure; coordinates functions with physicians and other departments of the hospital in a spirit that fosters positive working relationships. The RN serves as primary nurse leading the collaboration of all disciplines for well-coordinated patient care. Oversees and directs the care of assisting personnel, maintaining final accountability for the care given to assigned patients. When the need arises, the RN will perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.