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Updated: 12/20/2014

Nurse Obstetrics/Gynecology:
Treats and provides professional nursing care to patients in the obstetrical and gynecological departments. Administers prescribed medications and total patient care in the labor room, delivery room, postpartum unit, and nursery. Requires RN license.

Maintains patients' medical records. Aids physician during treatments, examinations, and surgical procedures. Evaluates, plans, and documents the delivery room nursing process as needed. (Source: eDOT Job Description)

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