Labor and Delivery Nurse Resume
The Labor and Delivery Nurse will work in the new born department of the health facility he or she is employed at. The Labor and Delivery Nurse will be responsible for every medical aspect regarding new born infants. A Labor and Delivery Nurse must have some medical knowledge and some skills and qualities like patience, ability to interact pleasantly with patients and guests, good communication skills, be punctual and a polite person. If the nurse is working with a doctor she will be responsible for assisting him whenever necessary and asked. Furthermore, she must sterilize all instruments that were used previously. The Nurse must monitor each new born very often to ensure the new born is in optimal health and no problems appear. This type of nurse may administrate medicines for sick infants, give shots and general consultations, and will be responsible for assessing the state of the infant. Another responsibility of the nurse is to teach parents rules of hygiene, health and giving them advice about providing a healthy environment for the new born infant.
Strong medical knowledge and work experience comprise a must have for this position. Be sure to include previous work places, duties and responsibilities, personal opinion about the job and what makes you qualified for it. Remember, all these things will make a successful resume and will most certainly increase your chances of getting hired by the employer.
Name: Jack Nichols
The Labor and Delivery Nurse will be responsible for every medical aspect regarding new born infants.
I am seeking the position of Labor and Delivery Nurse because I accumulated a lot of professional experience and my opinion is that I would be a great asset to a respectable clinic.
I am enthusiastic, professional, hard working, I possess excellent communication skills and medical knowledge and I am willing to work as a Labor and Delivery Nurse at your clinic.
Qualities and Skills:
Labor and Delivery Nurse at Saint Mercy Hospital, New York, NY
B.S. Degree in Nursing at New York College, New York, NY
Dr. Pamela Howard,
Dr. Roxy Leblanc,