Friday, January 18, 2019

Nursing In charge – Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dec 18, 2018, 10:03:48

Candidate LLC – Abu Dhabi

Job Description

NursingIncharge OB-GYN – nursesare responsible in
supporting the physician’s work by taking medical histories to their patient and helping in educating patients about health concerns, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases andpre-natal
care. Job Responsibilities

Provide OB GYN nurse services to female patients and newborns with illnesses.
Utilize OB GYN nurse services in childbirth issues.
Obtain medical history of patients and communicate with the consulting physician.
Assist gynecologists and obstetricians in treating mothers and newborns.
Instruct and counsel female patients in preventing illnesses affecting childbirth.
Educate and counsel female patients on birth control and safe practices.
Educate women on pre-natal care issues.
Provide nursing care in delivering babies.
Manage mothers and newborns through clinical and nursing care services.
Coordinate with other nurses and clinical staff in treating newborns and mothers. Requirements

Nursing Incharge/ Acting
Incharge Experience with OB & Gyne Experience
Salary Range: 12000AED to
15000AED (All Inclusive Package)
Any Nationality
Preferred HAAD Licensed/
Passed OR DHA Licensed/ Passed Or Exempted Candidates.
Age: Less than 50

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