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Consistent care providing Charge Nurse Labor and Delivery experienced in supervision of diverse teams of obstetrics nursing unit personnel, including other RNs, LPNs, CNAs, Lactation Consultants and administrative workers. Collaborative nursing champion with strong ability to foster environment of clinical and administrative balance. Competent manager with mentoring personality and succession planning approach to staff development.
Mobile EHR Implementation
High-Risk Delivery Assisting
Immediate PostPartum Care
Charge Nurse Labor and Delivery, August 2009 – Present
Company Name – City, State
Lead nurses, consultants and other staff in administration and care provision for 36 bed obstetrics and labor and delivery unit, as well as the adjacent newborn unit for associated deliveries.
Admit, orient and screen incoming maternity patients within the labor process, in addition to pre-caesarian mothers scheduled for surgical delivery.
Supervise preparation of delivery and surgical suites for natural and operative newborn delivery.
Counsel with delivery physicians, anesthesiologists, newborn care nurses and other team members regarding patient status, delivery timing expectations and other concerns.
Charge Nurse Labor and Delivery, April 2005 – August 2009 Company Name – City, State
Supervised shift care of all patients during labor, in delivery and immediately postpartum, for maternity hospital unit with 48 beds.
Provided staff development, scheduling, training and annual reviews for 64 RNs, LPNs, CNAs and administrative personnel.
Provided standard care for postpartum mothers, including fundus checks, hemorrhage monitoring and breastfeeding consultation.
2005 Bachelor’s of Science, Nursing University of California – City, State2005 Registered Nursing Certification State of California