North Arkansas Regional Medical Center

  • RN - OB, L&D, Nursery

    Job Location US-AR-Harrison
    Job ID
    7:00pm to 7:00am
    Full-Time 72
  • Overview

    Provides professional nursing care by utilizing the nursing process to care for patient within an assigned unit.


    Coordinates care planning with other disciplines


    Under the supervision and administration of the Nurse Manager or Charge Nurse of assigned Unit, the Staff RN is responsible for the nursing care in an assigned nursing unit or a portion of a nursing unit.


    • Directs and supervises nursing care of OB patients and their newborns.
    • Directs activities of LPNs
    • Promotes harmonious relationship within the nursing unit and with other departments.
    • Evaluates patients on admission, assesses patient and newborn needs throughout hospital stay. Keeps care plans current.
    • Helps with training of patients concerning care of self and newborn.
    • Has good relationship with physicians.
    • Has knowledge of problems pertaining to obstetrical patients and newborns, such as fetal monitoring, symptoms of fetal distress, signs of newborn stress and other complications.
    • Keeps nurse manager or charge nurse informed of nursing, patient and staff problems.
    • Actively participates in committees or projects for the improvement of nursing care.
    • Participates in educational programs for nursing service personnel, patients and student nurses.
    • Makes rounds with physicians.
    • Shows emotional stability in varying circumstances.
    • Start IVs and give medications.




    Attend fetal monitoring course

    Receive 45 CEU's every 3 years

    Inpatient Obstetrical National Certification recommended




    Degrees, Licensure, and/or Certification:


    Current RN licensure

    BLS certification required

    NRP within 6 months of hire

    OBACLS and STABLE within 1 year of hire

    Must have a copy of a diploma or offical transcript of the highest level of education


    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:


    Must be able to communicate with physicians, all levels of hospital personnel, patients, visitors and families.

    Pass pharmacology test given by NARMC with a score of 80% or above.

    Post-orientation, demonstrate knowledge as to patient care, medications, ability to recognize emergency situations then take appropriate actions.

    Knowledge of childbearing women and newborns.

    Must demonstrate interest in obstetrical service.

    Neonatal resuscitation current.

    Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English


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