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Registered Nurse - Post Partum job in San Francisco, California

  • Profession:Registered Nurse
  • Specialty:Post Partum
    • City:San Francisco
    • State:CA
    • Zip Code:94115
  • Status:Open
  • Term:Travel Order
  • Job Id:14270


At Valley, our aim is to be the last company you ever travel with, and better, the last company with which you ever work! We are so committed, in fact, that we offer a benefits package that is better than all travel companies, and better than most companies altogether.

Your 401(k) plan will through America’s Best 401(k) and you will have fiduciary services offered through Creative Planning. You will have low fee, low cost funds such as Vanguard and a variety of other investment selections that will help you reach financial security and ultimately, financial freedom! We don’t just deliver a dream for 13 weeks, we want you to live your dream without the need to work!

With Valley, you’ll always have your next assignment planned, too. You shouldn’t have to work so hard at finding your next assignment and our team is here to make it easy for you. Read on for the details of the assignments we discussed earlier. California was the name given to a mythical island in the popular early 16th century Spanish novel Las Sergas de Esplandián. When the Spanish started exploring the Pacific coast, they applied this name to the Baja California Peninsula. That name stuck. Spanish navigator Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo became the first European in recorded history to sight the region that is present-day California in 1542.

Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Medical Center in San Francisco, CA is ranked nationally in 1 adult specialty. It was also high-performing in 3 adult specialties. Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Medical Center is a 215-bed general medical and surgical facility with 12,539 admissions in the most recent year reported. It performed 3,485 annual inpatient and 7,258 outpatient surgeries. Its emergency room had 33,027 visits.

Nurses in postpartum perform a lot of assessments on new moms to make sure they are healing and recovering properly after giving birth. This may involve checking cesarean incisions or monitoring vital signs. Nurses also remove catheters, which may have been placed during a C-section, or change dressings. They also give pain medication and antibiotics as needed. In addition to caring for the mother, postpartum nurses also monitor babies to make sure they are healthy. Besides monitoring the recovery and health of mom and baby, postpartum nurses often provide education. Caring for a brand new little person can be a bit overwhelming, especially for new parents who do not have any experience with babies. Postpartum nurses may instruct new parents on all aspects of taking care of their baby. For example, nurses may teach new moms how to breastfeed, burp or bathe their new baby.

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