Milford Regional Medical Center RN - Maternity in Milford, Massachusetts

MRMC-Milford Regional Medical Center (Main Campus) Nursing-Per diem, Nights, vary 11p-7a or 7p-7a Posted 2017-09-05 Req # 11113

If you are an experienced Labor and Delivery RN, you will love working here!

Milford Regional Medical Center has rightly earned the reputation as a pioneer in maternity care. We were the first hospital in Massachusetts to incorporate LDRP suites into our Maternity Center where moms could labor, deliver, recover, and receive post-partum care in the same room.

More recently, we added a new wing that houses private postpartum rooms which provide a peaceful, quiet area ideal for moms following delivery or for those with scheduled C-sections. In addition, we have two operating rooms that are specifically designed for mothers whose babies will be born by cesarean section.

All of the rooms in our Maternity Center are private, warmly decorated with oak furniture, a television, telephone, Wi-Fi, private bath and shower, a comfortable easy chair and ample space for all of mom and baby's belongings. Our birthing beds adjust to a variety of positions to ensure maximum comfort, and whirlpool labor tubs are available in several of these rooms to help moms manage their labor better. Plus, because our Maternity Center has wireless telemetry, moms can feel free to walk the floor knowing their baby is being continually monitored. When it comes to eating, moms are guaranteed to be pleased with our dining program that allows patients to order food from an extensive menu anytime of the day between 7 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Statement of Purpose:The Registered Nurse maintains responsibility for the provision of professional nursing care demonstrated through the nursing process involving assessment, diagnosis, outcomeidentification, planning implementation and evaluation. The Registered Nurse must demonstrate a competent level of behavior in a professional role-including activities related to promotion of quality of care, performance appraisal, education, collegiality, ethics, collaboration, research and resource utilization (Standards of Clinical Nursing Practice-ANA, 1993).

Qualifications:

Education:Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing.

Certification / License:Current RN Licensure inMassachusetts. Current CPR skills,NRP preferred.

Experience:Minimum of two years of Labor and Delivery experience.