Arkansas OB-GYN Nursing Jobs

Arkansas is facing similar challenges in filling its nursing jobs as many other surrounding states. One of the main concerns is that not enough nursing students are graduating to keep up with the pace that new RNs are needed. The fortunate part is that Arkansas has many nursing positions currently available, because the profession has not been as drastically affected by the economic downturn as it has in many urban areas in the country.

20 mile radius | 50 mile radius | 100 mile radius
jobs by Indeed job search
Job Title
Location
Company
Posted
Telephone Triage Nurse The right candidate will be able to utilize specialized nursing knowledge and discrimative judgement while giving direct or indirect care in triaging phone…...
Bentonville, AR
5/27/2020
The right candidate will be able to utilize specialized nursing knowledge and discrimative judgement while giving direct or indirect care in triaging phone…...
Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Leader Part time Opportunity Women's Health (OB+GYN) Nurse Practitioner*. NP, MD or DO (Preferred). Clinic, Urgent Care or Private Practice a plus+++....
Bentonville, AR
5/19/2020
Women's Health (OB+GYN) Nurse Practitioner*. NP, MD or DO (Preferred). Clinic, Urgent Care or Private Practice a plus+++....
RN- Labor, Delivery and Recovery Postpartum Proof of high school or equivalent or higher education. The L&D RN also performs screening and outpatient care for OB Triage patients along with care to women…...
Conway, AR
4/30/2020
Proof of high school or equivalent or higher education. The L&D RN also performs screening and outpatient care for OB Triage patients along with care to women…...
MHC - OB Clinic - Mid Level Provider Engages in independent decision making regarding nursing care needs of the patient and collaborates with the physician (or medical director)....
Russellville, AR
3/4/2020
Engages in independent decision making regarding nursing care needs of the patient and collaborates with the physician (or medical director)....
Ultrasound Technologist, Ultrasound, PRN Required - Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year college program or technical school or nursing diploma - Field of Study:...
Little Rock, AR
2/27/2020
Required - Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year college program or technical school or nursing diploma - Field of Study:...
Staff Physician Must be board-eligible or board-certified OB/GYN. May serve as collaborating/supervising physician with PPGP nurse practitioners/physician assistants....
Fayetteville, AR
4/18/2019
Must be board-eligible or board-certified OB/GYN. May serve as collaborating/supervising physician with PPGP nurse practitioners/physician assistants....
<< < 1 > >>

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.

By clicking on "Submit," you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Powered by ZipRecruiter
 
Copyright © 1999-2020 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All Rights Reserved.
Call 888.613.8844 (M-F, 7-5 Pacific)

Send a message







By clicking the ["Send Message"] button, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, and to the use of cookies described therein, and you also consent to the collection, storage, and processing of your data in the United States where the level of data protection may be different from that in your country.