Madison Women’s Health, LLP is an equal opportunity employer. We offer an enriching professional environment that focuses on best health care practices and the development of the individual in their profession.

Honor and Value Driven Benefits

We offer a competitive salary and benefits program focused on “honoring and valuing our employees.”

If you are interested in applying for an open position within our clinic, you can apply online (click the green box below) or you can download the Application Packet and return it via email or fax to:

Email:  humanresources@madisonwomenshealth.com

FAX:  (608) 729-6390

We are currently hiring for the following position(s):  Clinic RN OB/GYN 

RN OBGYN

Position Description 

Madison Women’s Health, LLP is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a competitive pay and benefits structure, including health/dental/life/disability insurance, paid time off, 401(k) plan, continuing education, as well as a welcoming work environment with onsite exercise equipment and lots of natural lighting. 

Role and Responsibilities 

  1. Obtains patient consent for care and ensures patient confidentiality. Obtains and documents health history, information on chief complaints, vital signs, and health risk factors and assesses disease condition.

Provides patient care based on practice guidelines, standards of care, and federal/state laws and regulations. 

  1. Executes prescribed treatments and medical interventions, administers prescribed medications, and monitors and documents treatment progress and patient response. Delegates as allowed under the Nurse

Practice Act. Refers to/consults with physicians, other health providers, and community resources to prevent/resolve problems or concerns. Educates patients and families about health status, health maintenance, and management of acute and chronic conditions. 

  1. Documents patient assessment and intervention data using MWH electronic medical records system.

Tracks quality assurance data and monitors for acute and chronic care management. Provides reports to patients, as needed, on exam results and other follow-up information. 

  1. Participates in clinic-wide processes to improve patient care processes and outcomes. Tracks quality assurance data and monitors for acute and chronic care management.
  2. Triages patients, assessing acuity of patient concerns and medical complaints, offering medical advice as per nursing standards/limitations. Will interact with patients at the clinic, over the phone and by internet communications.
  3. Assists providers during procedures.
  4. Working with other Registered Nurses, maintains appropriate inventory of medical supplies for efficient clinic operation. Includes assessing current inventory and ordering supplies when needed.
  5. When necessary, will perform simple blood draws on patients.

Qualifications and Education Requirements 

  1. Completion of nursing training from an accredited school of nursing.
  2. Attainment of or eligibility for Registered Nursing license.
  3. Clinical OBGYN or L & D nursing experience.
  4. Current CPR certification.

Performance Requirements 

Knowledge 

  1. Knowledge of nursing processes; health care systems, structure, and functions; and community resources.

Understanding of health care technology, equipment, and supplies. Familiarity with state law on nursing care, nurse practice guidelines, and clinic policies and procedures. 

  1. Knowledge of wellness/illness, growth and development, human behavior, psychosocial factors, and alternative health care treatments.
  2. Knowledge of chart/medical record documentation requirements and federal/state laws related to release of health care information.

Skills 

  1. Skill in time management, problem solving, multitasking, prioritizing, and medical care coordination.
  2. Skill in initiating appropriate crisis interventions and emergency response.
  3. Skill in patient triage in person and on the phone.

Abilities 

  1. Ability to analyze options and then counsel patients and families about choices and make referrals to other providers and resources.
  2. Ability to engage clients and families in the development and implementation of a care plan.
  3. Ability to read and interpret physicians’ orders and notes from other providers.
  4. Ability to calculate and administer drug dosages and injections and measure results.

Equipment Operated 

Standard nursing equipment and supplies including thermometer, syringes, fetal heart monitors and procedure equipment. May involve use of assistive devices such as walkers, wheelchairs, and oxygen tanks. Significant use of computers and other electronic equipment (phones, copiers, fax machines) is required. 

Work Environment 

Medical exam/treatment rooms and medical offices. Controlled lighting, acoustics, air quality, and temperature settings. Environmental hazards may be unpredictable including exposure to communicable diseases and biohazards. 

Mental/Physical Requirements 

Involves standing, walking, bending, grasping, manipulating, and squatting. Occasional need to lift patient during transfer/turn process with or without assistance. Stress can be triggered by workload and complex cases.