LDRP Nursing Jobs

Beverly Hospital has immediate opportunities for LDRP nurses with Massachusetts license, to join their award-winning teams. 
Beverly Hospital is a full service, 221-bed, community hospital providing quality, patient-centered care to North Shore and Cape Ann residents. Services include maternity, pediatrics, surgical, orthopedics, cardiology, as well as several other specialties. The hospital has a medical staff of more than 500 physicians and its service area includes some 13 communities. 


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Join our dynamic and fun team lead by a progressive management team.  Here you will find:

  • Autonomy and shared decision-making promoted by Unit Practice Councils and self-scheduling
  • A department leading in quality and initiatives that are evidence-based and aligned with best practices from AWHONN, ACOG and NANN 
  • A community feeling among staff and patients
  • Individualized patient care with options for high and low-risk patients
  • Strong collaboration across disciplines and with the patients and families
  • Professional growth and development opportunities on site: Teams Training, Clinical EXPO (multidisciplinary simulation drills), on-site AWHONN fetal monitoring courses, BLS and NRP

Maternal Newborn Services Department
The Maternal Newborn Service at Beverly Hospital provides the full scope of perinatal care including prenatal evaluation of mother and fetus, intrapartum care for labor and birth, intraoperative and recovery care for operative delivery, postpartum care, newborn care for well babies and special care for premature and high-risk newborns. The department includes labor and delivery, postpartum, newborn nursery, a level IIB special care nursery, a perinatology clinic in collaboration with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the North Shore Birth Center, a parent education department and a lactation consultation service.

Labor and Delivery
The Labor and Delivery suite consists of the following: eight LDRs; two Operating Rooms; and a two-bed post-anesthesia care unit. Prenatal obstetrical services include: labor evaluations; nonstress tests; cervical ripening; contraction stress tests; cerclage and versions. Using a family-centered approach, intrapartum care is provided by an interdisciplinary team that is comprised of registered nurses, certified nurse midwives, and obstetric hospitalists, and as needed, an anesthesiologist. Responsibilities of the registered nurse include: Initial evaluation and admission of patients; continuing evaluation and assessment during labor, including fetal heart rate monitoring, observation of uterine contractions, and patient support; monitoring for complications; assisting during vaginal and operative deliveries; and assisting during postpartum tubal ligations and D and C procedures.


Mother-Infant Unit
The Mother-Infant Unit consists of 17 private rooms, two semi-private rooms and two 14-bassinet nurseries. Patients on the Mother-Infant Unit include antepartum patients hospitalized with complications of pregnancy, postpartum patients following vaginal or cesarean birth, and newborns born at greater than 35 weeks gestation. Utilizing a modified mother-baby care model, nurses focus on initial and ongoing assessment, closely monitoring and supporting the newborns’ transition to extrauterine life; assessment of the involution process and monitoring for complications in the postpartum period; support for the attachment process and breastfeeding; and patient/family education. Procedures performed in the newborn nursery include circumcision, phlebotomy, car seat testing, newborn hearing screening, and phototherapy

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