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MD/DO OB/Gyn-Tomah
The medical staff includes three full-time family physicians, a full time general internist, one full-time pediatrician and a part-time pediatrician/neurologist...
  Gundersen Health System 12/31/1969
MD/DO OB/Gyn Perinatology
Responsibilities will include OB, antepartum and intrapartum care for at-risk patients; Join another board certified perinatologist, 12 OB/GYNs and 7 certified...
  Gundersen Health System 12/31/1969
Medical Assistant
Clinical oversight is provided by the RN Supervisor, Lead Nurse and/or Clinical Director of Nursing. High School Diploma/GED....
  Medical Assistant OB/GYN - Women's Health Saint Alphonsus Medical Group (all clinic locations), , 12/31/1969
RWG - Mammographer - Part Time
Requires Registered Nursing Degree and Licensure as a Registered Nurse in. Provides general nursing care, administers prescribed medications, and....
  Central Texas OBGYN Associates 12/31/1969
OB / GYN Nurse (66G)
Nurse Loan Repayment Program. Receive Army Nurse Accession Bonus. Bachelor’s degree in nursing from a program accredited by the Accreditation Commission for...
  U.S. Army 12/31/1969
Registered Nurse
Registered Nurse (RN). Maintains a clean, safe, well-stocked nursing area, including patient examination room. Demonstrates skilled technical nursing care under...
  Registered Nurse OB/GYN - Women's Health Saint Alphonsus Medical Group (all clinic locations), , 12/31/1969
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OB-GYN Nursing

OB/GYN refers to obstetrics and gynecology. An obstetrics nurse helps women through their pregnancy, labor and delivery and may work as a labor and delivery nurse. A gynecological nurse focuses on treating women with disorders of the reproductive system, including hysterectomies, cancer and sexually transmitted diseases. OB/GYN nurses may work in either a hospital or clinic setting. The National Certification Corporation offers the Inpatient Obstetric Nursing credential (RNC-OB), the Women?s Health Care Nurse Practitioner credential (WHNP-BC) and more. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses. The median registered nurse salary is $62,450.

 
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