Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
Every day, for more than 150 years, the Clinical Providers of University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center have renewed a promise to meeting our patients’ health care needs. Our talented team is integral to our rich history of success and critical to our future in a dynamic environment. As stewards of the UH legacy for excellence in patient care, our Clinical Providers are guided by an unwavering commitment to our mission:
To Heal. To Teach. To Discover.
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is seeking 2 qualified and enthusiastic certified nurse midwives for 2 full-scope practice openings at University Hospitals/Cleveland Medical Center campus.
UHCMC MacDonald Women's Hospital (Level 4) is the main birthing location for UHMG Midwifery Service. Our busy academic practice consists of 14 CNMs and 3 NPs, provides services at 7 ambulatory office locations, and births approximately 1100 clients annually. In addition to servicing midwifery clients, our full-scope practice also provides 24/7 Labor & Delivery team-based care with our residents and attending physicians. Our practice is actively involved in OB/GYN, Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine resident education, medical student education, APN student education and research.
We have the largest Centering Pregnancy/Parenting program in Ohio, and recently expanded our enrollment with the opening of our new UH Rainbow Center for Women & Children in July 2018. UH is designated as Centering Healthcare Institute's Regional Leadership Partner in the Midwest. We are actively involved in addressing racial disparities in maternity care, and are active in First Year Cleveland, the infant mortality city-county task force for the region.
Qualified candidates must meet Certified Nurse Midwife qualifications and be licensed in the state of Ohio at the time of hire.
New CNM graduates are encouraged to apply.
Centering Pregnancy facilitation training or experience a plus.
Opportunities for leadership advancement, quality improvement and community outreach available.
Highly competitive salaries and benefits, with opportunity for productivity incentives.
Robust orientation training 8-12 weeks before working independently, with on-going mentorship opportunities available.
Minimum – Master’s degree in Nursing (or affiliated discipline)
Midwifery Certificate from ACNM-accredited education program
Minimum - RN license in the State of Ohio
Certificate of Authority (COA) in the State of Ohio
Prescriptive authority in the State of Ohio preferred
Certification from the American Midwifery Certification Board