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Labor & Delivery Registered Nurses (RN – L&D)



Job Location

265 Chelmsford Street
Suite 7
Chelmsford, MA 01824
United States

Job Description

Work Schedule:

Labor and Delivery Registered Nurses will work 14 shifts per month. Shifts will be 12 hours
with a 30-minute lunch break. RNs will rotate every four (4) months from shifts, however,
schedules may vary to accommodate demand. Duty hours will be scheduled by the Labor and
Delivery Flight Commander, or designee, to correspond with the needs of the department. Shifts
times are Days (0545 – 1815) and Nights (1745 – 0615).

Core Duties:

Possess knowledge of professional care theories, principles, practices, and procedures to
provide comprehensive primary care to women and their babies in a variety of settings to include
antepartum management, intrapartum management, postpartum care, and newborn care.

Knowledge of a wide range of medical disorders to include, but not limited to premature birth,
fetal death, forceps delivery, and C sections, as well as broad knowledge of normal deliveries and
their complications and indicated therapeutic intervention required.

Knowledge of a variety of pharmacological agents used in patient treatment, the desired effects,
side effects, and complications of their use as well as the accurate administration of the
pharmacologic agent, including dosage calculations as required.

Must have the ability to acquire and use basic computer skills to enter patient data and extract
patient information using all DOD government medical sites (i.e. Military Health System (MHS)
Electronic Health Record (EHR) GENESIS).

Medical Records Documentation. Health care providers shall complete medical records
documentation within 72 business hours.


Minimum Qualifications:

Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Or an Associate Degree of Nursing maybe
considered, with a with appropriate experience in Labor and Delivery inpatient services.
Experience: Must have two (2) years of experience working in the inpatient environment. The
last 12 months must be in the Labor and Delivery nursing field.

Licensure: Current, full, active and unrestricted RN license from any state.

Life Support Certifications: Possess ARC or AHA BLS, Advanced Basic Life Support
(ACLS) and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Sugar, Temperature, Airway, Blood
pressure, Lab work, and Emotional Support (STABLES), Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics
(ALSO) or Emergencies in Clinical Obstetrics (ECO), (AWHONN fetal monitoring course)
either Intermediate or Advanced fetal monitoring. Sugar, Temperature, Airway, Blood pressure,
Lab work, Emotional support program (S.T.A.B.L.E) and Neonatal Resuscitation Program
(NRP) will need to be completed within 6 months of hire.

Security: Must be able to pass a Government background check and obtain a Government
security clearance.

How to Apply

To apply for this position, please submit your resume to [email protected]. Alternatively, you can apply directly through our partnering website by visiting:….

About Our Organization

Medchoice Healthcare Staffing is a leading player in the healthcare staffing industry, dedicated to delivering exceptional solutions nationwide. The company stands out for several reasons, with a mission centered on providing top-notch staffing services.
Why Medchoice Healthcare?

1. Expert Team for High-Quality Staffing Solutions:

• Boasting an expert team of seasoned professionals, Medchoice Healthcare ensures that its staffing solutions meet the highest standards. The team's experience and expertise contribute to delivering top-quality healthcare professionals to various medical facilities.

2. Commitment to Diversity & Excellence:

• Medchoice Healthcare is unwavering in its commitment to diversity and excellence. This commitment enhances the inclusivity of its workforce and ensures that the healthcare professionals provided are of the highest caliber.

3. Minority-Owned & Nurse-Owned:

• Medchoice Healthcare takes pride in its diverse ownership as a minority-owned and nurse-owned enterprise. That reflects a commitment to empowering underrepresented groups and brings a unique perspective to the healthcare staffing landscape.

Services Offered:
• Medchoice Healthcare specializes in providing a range of staffing services, including temporary, temp-to-perm, and permanent placements. The company caters to the staffing needs of hospitals, clinics, and various healthcare facilities, offering solutions for positions such as nurses, therapists, and allied health professionals.

Client-Centric Approach:
• Medchoice prioritizes the success of both clients and candidates. The company goes beyond mere placements; it fosters strong relationships. By understanding the specific needs of each facility, Medchoice Healthcare ensures that candidates not only meet the job requirements but also seamlessly integrate into the work environment.

Goal and Commitment:
• Medchoice Healthcare's overarching goal is to provide staffing solutions that surpass expectations, contributing to the highest level of patient care. The company's commitment to excellence is reflected in its thorough candidate selection process, client engagement, and the overall quality of service provided.

In conclusion, Medchoice Healthcare Staffing stands out in healthcare staffing due to its expert team, commitment to diversity, and client-centric approach prioritizing excellence. The company's dedication to delivering top-quality professionals underscores its mission to be a reliable partner for healthcare facilities nationwide.

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