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UW Medical Center – Northwest has an outstanding opportunity for a part-time (90% FTE, 36 hours per week), night shift REGISTERED NURSE to join our Child Birth Center (CBC).
SCHEDULE Part time, night shift, 12 hours per shift, 36 hours per week.
RESPONSIBILITIES As a Registered Nurse, you will support patients at all stages of the labor and delivery process, including antepartum, intrapartum and postpartum care. The Registered Nurse will follow evidence-based nursing practices and collaborate with patients, their family, and other healthcare providers to provide a positive childbirth experience. The Registered Nurse will administer medications, including epidurals, and assist physicians or midwives with deliveries. The Registered Nurse will also help new mother-baby pairs with the baby's first breastfeeding.
Current license to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Washington
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