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Q: What is it like working as an OB/GYN Clinical Nurse?

September 2013
Busybut worthed to work
OB/GYN Clinical Nurse:
Pros: What i like most is most of our patient are well and a happy environment to work. And as both srcub and recovery nurse you can continue your care to your patient and be able to interact with them.
Cons: The hospital is in abit of crisis now and they are making staff redundant and no replacement for staff who left. We are stretch to our limit and it is not safe in patient safety due to lack of staff.
March 2016
Attending To Women During Pivotal OB-GYN Events.
OB/GYN Clinical Nurse:
Pros: I like being a guide for women, encouraging them on their journey of pregnancy and into motherhood. I enjoy being able to usher them to confidence in their abilities to adjust to, bond with, and care for their newborn infants. I enjoy seeing the progress of aging women who have recently had surgery to repair years of troublesome gyno-urological difficulties and see their relief, their energetic motivation to heal quickly, and being a part of that. I absolutely enjoy working with the newborn infants. Nothing makes a work day better than getting to be a part of their very first hours, witnessing the wonder of it all.
Cons: I dislike having to work with people who involve cultural habits with their work ethic, specifically, the techs and nursing assistants. I don't like needing their help when I can't be sure they will do what they are supposed to do. Since we are taxed with so much accountability, it's simply not possible to be in all places at the same time, handling everyone's matters. We need the nursing assistants to actually "assist" when asked, not just clock in, take vitals, and do bare minimum work before disappearing into the back rooms to avoid being asked to help. I don't need to have a personality conflict with someone who wants to argue with me when I ask for help and have them demand of me, "Why can't YOU do it?" I already am loathe to ask for help b/c I simply can not stand the backlash drama from the techs, and this is exactly how they like it (for nurses to just leave them alone).
June 2016
Specialist Obstetrician, Gynaecologist Knox & Mitcham Hospit.
OB/GYN Clinical Nurse:
Pros: Dr Suresh John - Obstetrician and Gynaecologist specialist providing services at Mitcham & Knox Private Hospital. Clinic within the Knox Private Hospital.