Labor and Delivery RN
It's time to get on the road! We're in need of Labor and Delivery (LD) Travel Nurses to fill immediate openings at a hospital in Cincinnati, OH. If this sounds great to you, and you have 2+ years of experience, keep reading and we'll make sure you get all the details.
What will I do? The Labor and Delivery Unit is an unit for laboring mother. This department or area in the hospital is where hospital staff care for mothers before active labor, active labor, and during the final phase of labor. Labor and Delivery units can also care for the mother and baby after delivery, also referred to as Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Postpartum (LDRP). A mother and baby may stay for days, depending on the type of delivery and recovery. Post Partum units can be separate depending on the size of the facility.
What are the benefits? Weekly take-home pay between $20 and $60 per hour including per- diems-top-tier benefits that help you focus on taking care of your patients and know you're being taken care of, too.
What else do I need to know? A qualified Labor and Delivery (LD) Travel Nurse will have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and hold a current/active license as a registered nurse in the state of OH, in addition to current certifications in BLS and other unit specific certifications. You must be certified in Intermediate or Advanced Fetal Monitoring, Neonatal Resuscitation and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. You may also be required to complete a minimum number of years of clinical experience in a hospital setting.
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