Nurse Midwife

Location: Farmington, NM
Immediate opening for a Nurse Midwife in the northwestern area of New Mexico.   
  • Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 
  • On call schedule ranges from 2 to 3 successive days, 24 hours/day.  After working call, midwife has two days off.  
  • Call Schedule:  Call is rotated among the four midwives.  Average number of call days per month:  7 to 8 days per month.
  • Anticipated Patient Volume per day:  15
Responsibilities of the Nurse Midwife:
  • The Midwifery and Women’s Health Clinic provides management of women’s health care, focusing on pregnancy, childbirth, the postpartum period, and the family planning and gynecological needs of women.
  • General duties and responsibilities include:
  • Provides diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive health care services to obstetrical and gynecologic patients
  • Manages medical emergencies
  • Maintains high moral, ethical and professional standards
  • Complies with all rules, regulations and policies established by the facility; Occupational Safety and Health
  • Administration; all Federal, State and Local agencies; and other accreditation organizations
  • Exercises good faith efforts to assist the facility to build the clinic patient base through networking, community education, and other reasonable marketing activities
  • Maintains knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served in the clinic
  • Completes all documentation and/or dictation at the time of the patient visit or within 72 hours, in a legible manner, and in accordance with clinic and regulatory standards
  • Attends meetings and participates in committees as directed
  • Participates in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations
  • Participates in program evaluation and development of written policies; and participates with the Clinic Physician in the periodic review of patients’ health records under his/her care
  • Each employee is responsible for implementing the Service Standards into their daily work.

Requirements of the Nurse Midwife:
  • Certified Nurse Midwife
  • Current valid and unrestricted license to practice midwifery in the State of  New Mexico
  • Current valid and unrestricted DEA license and NM Controlled Substance license
  • Provider in good standing with the Medicare and Medicaid programs
  • Must meet the requirements for obtaining and maintaining life support certifications as outlined in the Life Support Certification policy
  • Previous experience working in a related setting as a CNM (preferred)
  • ‚Äč Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Certification (preferred)


About the facility:

This facility is a Level III Trauma Center, non-profit, community owned hospital and serves the Four Corners area of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah.  


 
 
Regards,
 
Stacey Soilis
Full Cycle Healthcare Recruiter
Healthcare Employment Partners
Direct Line:
561 409-5777
Toll free: 855 423-7633
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Fax: 855 423-7634
stacey@hcepartners.com
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