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Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
We have an outstanding full-time opportunity at Warren Alpert Medical School, Brown University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Division of Academic Midwifery, housed at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, one of the nation’s leading specialty hospitals for women and newborns. We are seeking an innovative, self-motivated, experienced midwife with 5+ years of experience, a love of academic teaching and mentoring, a devotion to clinical excellence, a commitment to continuous quality improvement, creative thinking, and a desire for personal career development. Our practice, established more than 30 years ago, focuses on a team approach to clinical care and interdisciplinary education of Brown medical students, and OB-GYN and Family Medicine residents.
About the Opportunity
Join our team of 14 physicians, 9 certified nurse midwifes and 3 nurse practitioners
Clinical areas of practice include a high-volume Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergency Room and Labor & Birth unit at Women & Infants Hospital/Rhode Island
Full scope midwifery practice seeing 10-30 patients per day
Women & Infants Hospital is the region’s premier hospital for women and newborn children and a Designated
Baby-Friendly® USA hospital. A major teaching affiliate of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University,
it is the nation’s ninth largest stand-alone obstetrical service and operates one of the nation’s largest single-family
room neonatal intensive care units. It is also the premier hospital in the region for women seeking treatment for
infertility, incontinence, gynecologic and breast cancers, high-risk and normal obstetrics, postpartum depression,
gastrointestinal disorders, and other medical conditions.