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CERTIFIED NURSE MIDWIFE

Full time
Job ID: 46YXG
Worldwide, 00000

When Airmen or their spouses are expecting, the concern is for health and safety of both mother and child. Responsible for primary and specialized care, Certified Nurse Midwives provide comprehensive care from preconception to postdelivery. A vital part of any women’s healthcare team, they work in hospitals around the world to help Air Force families bring their children into the world.

Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in nurse midwifery or a master’s degree in nursing with a postgraduate certificate in nurse midwifery
  • Certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB) in Nurse Midwifery
  • Minimum six months full-time nursing practice in the APRN specialty is required.
  • At least 12 months experience as a registered nurse
  • Completion of Officer Training School course
  • Must be between the ages of 18 and have not reached your 47th birthday
About the Hospital

It’s our mission to provide our Airmen and their families with the best healthcare possible, so we’re constantly seeking to add more of the best nurses to our team. From general medicine to highly focused subspecialties, there are dozens of exciting healthcare careers in the U.S. Air Force.

As a nurse in the U.S. Air Force, your job will be the same as it is now but with long-term career and leadership advantages that allow you to grow and advance as a leader in your respective field.

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