CERTIFIED NURSE MIDWIFE
- Location: Bozeman, MT
- Posted: Dec 9, 2019
Certified Nurse Midwife provides healthcare within the scope of practice as CNM license, to the full spectrum of women's health- to include general gynecology care and obstetrics. CNM will provide care for all stages of obstetrics- prenatal, intra partum and post partum for low and moderate risk female patients. CNM services include outpatient and inpatient care of women: assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of acute, episodic and chronic illness, as well as health promotion and prevention. CNM will work collaboratively within a group of CNMs, maintaining the CNM patient panel as a primary obstetric provider. CNM will work collaboratively and with supervision/oversight with OBGYN MDs.
CNM will provide rotational satellite and telehealth clinic coverage, one time per week
CNM will participate in call coverage for both CNM and OB/GYN groups.
MD supervision requirements may vary by CNM experience and competency as well as clinical location, and as per privileging and Bozeman Health bylaws
Masters of Science in Nursing from ACNM accreditated program, with board certification as Certified Nurse Midwife
LICENSURE and CERTIFICATION
Active Montana state RN and APRN licenses
Montana APRN prescriptive authority
Current board certification as CNM from American Midwifery Certification Board
BLS through AHA as healthcare provider
2 Years of demonstrated competency in the skills and knowledge pertinent to the practice of a Certified Nurse Midwife - care of the gynecological and intrapartum and peripartum needs of women
95% Time Spent -
Utilization of the electronic medical record is expected, keeping accurate records and maintaining compliance with all coding and regulatory bodies. Open charts will be checked every day and sign offs done as indicated. Follow through with patient care such as calling about lab reports and radiology reports is required.
Perform women's health promotion and health maintenance examinations, including health promotion counseling and follow up.
Examination, assessment and evaluation of patient with acute and episodic illness including ordering and interpreting labs and diagnostics tests, prescribing medications and therapies, and referring to appropriate medical specialist or for hospital admission.
Recognition of patients that are not appropriate for the urgent care setting and appropriate triage and referral is expected.
It is expected that the CNM will have the judgement and ability to consult with other providers within the office and to refer to appropriate providers when the situations arise that are outside the scope of practice and/or individual expertise.
The CNM will be able to work as part of a team as well as independently. They will coordinate work schedules with other providers as necessary to meet the staffing needs of the clinic.
The CNM will work with medical assistants and nurses to coordinate patient flow.
The CNM will participate in the supervision of nursing and APRN students
The CNM will participate in the orientation and training of all new women's health Advanced Practice Providers.
The CNM will participate in peer review processes.
Meet with patients and families to discuss the patients current medical condition, clarify and support goals of care, identify organizational and community resources to maximize functional status and quality of life
Meet or follow up by telephone with patients to assess response to medications or treatments, discuss labs or diagnostic test.
Communicate effectively and coordinate patient care
Document patient examination, assessment, plan of care, response to interventions and follow up in the Electronic Medical Record.
5% Time Spent -
Perform all other duties as assigned.
- Full Time