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Certified Nurse Midwife - UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center

 


  • Position Code
    15200 FY17
  • Client
    University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center
  • Location
    301 Hospital Dr, Glen Burnie, Maryland, 21061
  • Contact
    Sometheak Phang

    Physician Recruitment Specialist
    phone: (410) 328-9956
  • Preferred Specialty
    Certified Nurse Midwife

Overview

UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center, a member of University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS), is seeking a Certified Nurse Midwife to join an established practice. The practice will provide services in Glen Burnie, Pasadena, and Hanover.

Unit Specifics:

  • 4 LDRP’s with plans to expand
  • 15 Antepartum
  • Level II Nursery
  • EPIC EMR with Stork

Job Specifics:

  • Full Scope Midwifery
  • See patients in the outpatient practice as well as serve as a laborist at the hospital
  • Practice of 6 OB/GYN physicians and 10 CNM’s
  • Flexible call which is self-scheduled by CNM’s
    • Per Diem CNM’s assist with weekend call
  • First assist experience preferred
  • Must be willing to be trained in
    • First Assist
    • Circumcisions
    • Centering Pregnancy
  • Health system employee

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary 
  • Comprehensive Benefits including malpractice with tail, CME, and loan repayment/forgiveness counseling

UM BWMC is situated near the Chesapeake Bay, an enticing place to live, play and work because of the diversified lifestyles that are offered. The Hospital is located between Baltimore, Washington, and Annapolis thus providing easy access to cultural, recreational and education opportunities. Join the UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center medical staff community where providers work together to improve the practice of medicine. 

UMMS hospitals and health care facilities are equal opportunity employers and proud of an environment of diversity.

Hospital Description

University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center is a 310-bed hospital located in Anne Arundel County. We're home to over 2,800 employees and 650 physicians, and we have been a member of the University of Maryland Medical System since 2000.

UM BWMC opened in 1965 and has continuously grown to become one of the largest and best-equipped medical centers in the state. Our emergency department is one of the busiest in Maryland, serving over 104,000 patients a year.

We performed Anne Arundel County's first joint replacement surgery in 1975, and continue to be an innovator in replacement surgery. We were the first hospital in Maryland to offer the Calypso® 4D Localizing System that uses satellite GPS to zap tumors without damaging the healthy tissue surrounding them.

We underwent a $117 million expansion project that brought an expanded emergency department in summer 2008, a new 111-bed patient care building in January 2009 and a new women's health center with obstetrics services that opened in October 2009 offering a family-like atmosphere filled with amenities for new moms.

In 2009, UM BWMC opened BWMC Health Services at Arundel Mills, a multi-specialty office building that brings physicians, specialists and support care to western Anne Arundel County. And we completed an 18-month, $31 million surgical suite expansion in September 2011, expanding the number of operating rooms from 14 to 17. The rooms allow our surgeons to perform complex surgical cases with the latest technology in neurosurgery, vascular surgery, orthopaedics and robotics.

UM BWMC is home to numerous centers of excellence to serve the unique needs of our patients. Some of our services and centers of excellence include the Aiello Breast Center, Pascal Women's Center, Tate Cancer Center, The Vascular Center, Joint Replacement Center, UM Baltimore Washington Spine and Neuroscience Center, Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center, University of Maryland Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology, PET/CT technology, emergency care, pediatric care, psychiatric care, cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation services, endoscopy services and geriatric services. UM BWMC is also a Primary Stroke Center.

UM BWMC is committed to providing the highest quality health care services to the communities we serve. Some of our recent achievements include the 2014 Delmarva Foundation Excellence Award for Quality Improvement, the American Heart Association’s 2014 Mission: Lifeline Gold Plus Receiving Quality Achievement Award, Healthstream’s 2013 Excellence Through Insight Award for patient satisfaction at our Aiello Breast Center, the American Stroke Association’s 2013 Get with the Guidelines Silver Performance Award, the Living Legacy Foundation’s 2012 Medal of Honor Award, the American College of Cardiology Foundation's 2012 NCDR ACTION Registry–GWTG Platinum Performance Achievement Award, the 2012 Delmarva Foundation Excellence Award for Quality Improvement, and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield’s designation as a Blue Distinction Center for Spine Surgery and Knee and Hip Replacement.

Community Description

Anne Arundel County, the land of pleasant living, is situated between Baltimore, Washington, DC, and the Eastern Shore, making it a great place to live, work, and raise a family.

With more than 500 miles of coastline, the county is known for its water sports, state parks, and other recreational facilities. A short drive to Baltimore, sports fans can access Ravens football and Orioles baseball home games. A short drive from Washington, DC, museums and national monuments are just around the corner.Some of the nicest developments include Annapolis, Severna Park, Crofton, Crownsville, Severn and Pasadena. There is Water front housing.

Country Clubs, Fishing, Golf Courses, Tennis courts. There are many Sate Parks to enjoy. The beautiful Sandy Point State park provides fabulous views of the Chesapeake bay and the Bay Bridge. There are over 70 county parks that offer a wide range of activities including fishing, camping, boating, hunting, hiking, swimming, and biking.

For children there is the Chesapeake Children's Museum, National Aquarium in Baltimore, Smithsonian museums in Washington, DC, and Port Discovery in Baltimore.