Registered Nurse - Mother/Baby
Tucson Medical Center (TMC) is Tucson’s only non-profit community owned hospital. Employees choose to work at TMC because of our of integrity, community, dedication, and compassion which we show through the exceptional care we provide to our patients and our community. Our passion for caring for the Tucson community has expanded over the last to include community partnerships, new medical specialties, and medical clinics to further provide the care our community deserves.
Why Join Tucson Medical Center?
We don’t only care for our patients, we care for our TMC family too. As a member of our family you can expect to enjoy a wide variety of benefits. In addition to all the benefits you would expect from a leading medical facility (medical, dental, vision, 401K with match) we also provide:
- Family Style Atmosphere with a Supportive Team
- Competitive Pay
- Career Growth Opportunities
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Health and Wellness Coaching
- Extensive Onsite Gym for $12.00 a Month
The Mother Baby Unit is a 47 bed unit that provides newborn, antepartum and postpartum care to adolescent and adult women. Our nurses, many of whom hold a specialty certification in Maternal-Newborn Nursing, care for their patients with an emphasis placed on safe, compassionate, and family centered care. Patient acuity can range from low-risk patients, who obtain their care from our highly skilled OB and Certified Nurse Midwife providers, to high risk patients, who obtain their care from our Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists. Our full-time social worker provides care and resources to our patient population for any psycho-social needs during the patient’s inpatient stay. Our Lactation Program, which consists of 8 International Board Certified Lactation Consultants, promotes breastfeeding to our inpatient population, as well as following patients in the Tucson community in our Outpatient Lactation Clinic. We strive to consistently meet our core measure of exclusive breastfeeding at a rate of 50% upon discharge.
Education: Graduation from a qualified, nationally-accredited nursing program.
Experience : One year of nursing experience in an acute care setting preferred.
Licensure and Certification: Current RN licensure permitting work in the State of Arizona and Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required. Some departments such as OR, Ambulatory Surgery, Pediatrics/PICU, PACU, and GI Lab will require advanced life support certification (ACLS and PALS).