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Job Details


Category: Registered Nurse
CHA Cambridge Hospital, Cambridge, MA

Department: Womens Health
Job Type: Part Time
Job Class: Union
Union Name: TCH MNA-TCH Mass Nurses Assoc
Work Shift: Days with Evening Hours
Work Days: varies: 8-4:30;8:30-5;9-5:30;9:30-6;11:30-8 some Sat pos fut
Hours/Week: 19
Date Posted: 10/28/2019
Requisition Number: hrq-88986

Job Details

  • We are an OB/GYN practice with a multidisciplinary team consisting of MD's, CNM's, NP's and RN's caring for a diverse population with OB and GYN needs. We provide care to women of all ages in a culturally competent environment. The RN is an essential member of the clinical team, allowing for delivery of effective and safe care to our patients and families.

    Job Purpose: Ability to function in an innovative multi-cultural environment that provides support to OB/GYN practitioners in the ambulatory setting. Our department consists of several OB/GYN sites located in Cambridge, Somerville and Revere. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to telephone triage, patient assessment, patient and family teaching, assisting with procedures, NST's, lab and patient follow-up tracking, and other duties as assigned. Ability to multi-task and utilize good clinical judgment in a team environment.

    Qualifications/Requirements: Graduation from an NLN accredited school of nursing. All newly hired RN candidates must have a BSN degree within 1 year of hire. Licensure: Current MA RN Licensure. Experience: A minimum of 5 years current/recent OB/GYN ambulatory (outpatient clinic) experience required. Minimum of 5 years of experience with TAB counseling and clinical expertise, comprehensive reproductive health programs required. Ability to engage in culturally competent and inclusive therapeutic communication with patient population. AHA BLS required.


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