Sample Maternity Nurse Resume

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Martha Lee
3036 Alexander Avenue
Pleasanton, CA 94566
(333)-704-1676
[email]

Job Objective Seeking employment as a Maternity Nurse to use my past expertise to better the hospital and myself.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Deep knowledge about pregnancy and its operation procedures
  • Ability to assist with circumcision and appropriately manage newborn care
  • Amazing nursing and delegation skills
  • Ability to perform head to toe assessment of the mother-baby

Work Experience:

Maternity Nurse, August 2005 – Present
Intermountain Healthcare, Pleasanton, CA

  • Coordinated nursing care for a patient and supervised clinical activities.
  • Supervised nursing and ancillary personnel.
  • Assessed, planned, implemented and evaluated care of patients.
  • Provided post partum and baby care.
  • Provided extraordinary care to Maternity patients in collaboration with the Labor and Delivery unit.
  • Educated labor and delivery unit to handle emergency and provide back up.

Maternity Nurse, May 2000 – July 2005
Lawrence Hospital Center, Pleasanton, CA

  • Provided direct patient care, evaluated outcomes, consulted with other specialists and adjusted nursing care processes to ensure optimal patient care.
  • Documented initial nursing histories, assessed patients’ conditions and developed individual care plans for patients.
  • Provided general nursing care and personal care assistance to patients.
  • Administered narcotics and medications.
  • Observed emotional stability of patients, monitored progress and followed-up after discharge.

Education

B.S in Nursing and Medical Care, Air University, Maxwell AFB, AL

Example #2

Karen Harper
45 Bloomingdale Rd
Nauvoo, AL 35578
(777)-846-7358
[email protected]

Objective Obtain a position as a Maternity Nurse at an esteemed organization where I can perform my duties with total sincerity, honesty, integrity and selflessness.

Career Profile:

  • Strong knowledge of the medical terminology about labor and delivery.
  • Extended ability to work with patients facing the birth of a child, complete with all the emotions that come with it.
  • Ability to teach first time mothers how to bathe and become comfortable around the baby.
  • Immense ability to develop feeding routines, whether it is breast feeding or bottle feeding.
  • Exceptional ability to operate and interpret readings from fetal monitoring equipment

Nursing Experience:

Maternity Nurse, 2004 to till date
Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

  • Collected and tested urine sample from pregnant woman.
  • Performed patient blood pressure and heart rate check.
  • Stayed with the mother and the baby at all times and all throughout the term of their service.
  • Assisted while the mother learned how to breastfeed.
  • Assisted the mothers with bottle-feeding, bathing, handling of the baby and other tasks.
  • Cleaned and weighed the baby and performed a general check on its overall health.

Academic Background

Perinatal Nursing Certification, 2004
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

B.S in Nursing, 2003
Yale School of Nursing, New Haven, CT

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