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Registered Nurse (Rn) - Labor And Delivery (L&D)
Irvine , CA 92602
Posted 6 months ago
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Currently seeking a Labor & Delivery (L&D) Registered Nurse (RN) in an Inpatient Staff Nurse role for a contract position in Irvine, CA. This is a 13-week contract assignment with 12-hr shifts from 7:00 PM to 7:30 AM. The ideal candidate will possess a current CA Nursing License and have at least 2 years of recent Labor & Delivery (L&D) US nursing experience as a Staff Nurse.
Requirements of the Labor & Delivery (L&D) Registered Nurse (RN):
- Current Resume
- CA Nursing License
- A nursing degree from an accredited nursing program
- Minimum 2 years of recent Labor & Delivery (L&D) nursing experience as an RN (preferably as a Staff Nurse)
- Current BLS and/or ACLS and/or Specialty Certifications
- Two current clinical references
- Must be able to pass background/urine drug screening
- Knowledge of state and federal regulations
Responsibilities of the Labor & Delivery (L&D) Registered Nurse (RN):
The RN Staff Nurse functions as a caregiver for a specific patient population in order to achieve desired outcomes. This position directs and oversees the care provided by other caregivers through delegation, validation, evaluation, and coordination. This position effectively coordinates patient care/unit activities among nursing peers, physicians support services. The RN Staff Nurse reports to the Nurse Manager.
- Evaluate and oversee patients in the Labor & Delivery (L&D) and report to supervisors any changes in condition
- Maintain and calibrate Labor & Delivery (L&D) equipment for patient safety and support
- Administer medications as prescribed by attending Labor & Delivery (L&D) physician
- Connect intravenous lines to administer medication and extract samples
- Communicate with parents/guardians the plan of care and scope of treatment
- Obtain and evaluate test results
- Consult with physicians and other nurses on of care, progress prognosis