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CNM / Certified Nurse Midwife - Coldwater OBGYN

Coldwater, Michigan
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A Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) is a health care professional educated in the two disciplines of nursing and midwifery, who possesses evidence of certification according to the requirements of the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM). The CNM additionally is licensed by the Michigan Board of Nursing to practice midwifery in collaboration with physicians. Midwifery practice is the independent management of women’s health care, focusing on pregnancy, childbirth, the postpartum period, and the family planning and gynecological needs of women. The CNM practices within a health care system that provides for consultation, collaborative management or referral as indicated by health status. CNM’s practice in accordance with Standards for the Practice of Midwifery, as defined by ACNM.



  • Manages the care of patients as indicated in the professional scope of practice and within current practice guidelines. Performs accurate patient history and physical exam with each
  • patient encounter. Establishes appropriate plans of management, orders appropriate diagnostic testing, analyzes and interprets data appropriately formulating plan, adapts plan as needed based on ongoing evaluation.
  • Identifies deviations from normal and initiates appropriate collaboration. Independently manages normal obstetrical and gynecological cases, consults, co-manages and refers appropriately.
  • Performs clinical skills as expected by normal midwifery education and clinical privileges. First assisting with obstetrical and gynecological surgical procedures: Beside ultra sound (limited), Suturing, Prescriptive authority.
  • Performs appropriate documentation for clinical practices based on regulatory requirements and individual organizational policy/bylaws. Clear, concise, legible documentation, timely and accurate coding/billing of encounters, meets medical staff documentation standards.
  • Serves as a resource to other health care providers and the community. Provide hospital staff resident education, participates in community education and projects, participates in student preceptorships; CNM, Nurse-Practitioner, Physician Assistants, etc.
  • Maintains and enhances professional growth through practice commitment, continuing education, research and certification maintenance. Attends practice and department meetings, participates in medical education, inservices, grand rounds, attends conferences and completes self-study modules as required by AMCB certification Maintenance Program, maintains annual medical staff competencies, participates in research.
  • Participates in clinical practice continuous quality improvement plan. Completes data sheets, provides input and feedback on practice issues/cases/peer review, supports evidence based practice, and responds to meet standards for patient/family satisfaction.
  • Serves as a liaison between medical, clinical, support staff and patients to improve quality of patient care and increase operational productivity and efficiency. Serves on interdisciplinary committee and work groups, participates in responding to stakeholder feedback.
  • Performs other duties as requested.


  • Education: Requires a Master’s Degree in Nursing. A graduate of an approved nurse-midwifery program.
  • Must have an Michigan Standard arrangement with collaborating physician
  • Skills: Ability to participate in multidisciplinary team as patient care provider
  • License: Must possess Michigan License and Michigan Certificate of Authority for Midwifery. 
  • Certification: Must be certified by the AMCB. CPR, NRP and Advanced Fetal Monitoring Course all required and must be kept current.



  • Years of Experience: Previous experience in women’s health



  • Physical Demands:
    • Must be able to move about hospital and between workstations; and prolonged periods of standing.
    • Must be able to understand directions, communicate and respond to inquiries; requires effective interpersonal skills.
    • Must be able to move about hospital and between workstations; and prolonged periods of standing.
    • Must be able to understand directions, communicate and respond to inquiries; requires effective interpersonal skills.
    • Must be able to operate machinery.
    • Must be able to move, lift or carry light to heavy patients or equipment occasionally.
    • Must be able to input and retrieve information from computer.
    • Must be able to tolerate possible exposure to blood borne pathogens and body fluids.



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