Certified Nurse Midwife

HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley, part of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) has an excellent opportunity for a full-time certified nurse-midwife who will provide prenatal education and support, attend childbirth, provide encouragement during labor and delivery, and supervise the general care of women and children directly after birth. 

In addition to state of New York RN licensure, ideal candidates will have:

  • BSN and successful completion of a nurse-midwifery program accredited by the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM)
  • Minimum three years of experience as an RN; one year as a midwife, preferably in a medical practice setting
  • Current CPR certificate
  • Certification by the state as a certified nurse-midwife 
  • Certification by ACNM, including meeting recommended ACNM continuing competency requirements and passing the national certification examination

A great place to live and work.
In addition to an excellent salary and benefits package that includes tuition reimbursement, the Hudson Valley, just north of New York City, is a dynamic destination. Quality of life is enhanced by the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains’ beauty, elite colleges, select public and private schools, and numerous outdoor/recreation options. Add in fine dining, a strong economy, and intrinsic civic pride, and the result is an in-demand locale for those committed to community health.

 

HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley operates a 315-bed healthcare system comprising HealthAlliance Hospital: Mary’s Avenue Campus and HealthAlliance Hospital: Broadway Campus in Kingston, NY, and Margaretville Hospital in Margaretville, NY. It also operates Mountainside Residential Care Center, an 82-bed facility in Margaretville. As Ulster County’s largest employer, HealthAlliance is committed to attracting the best-qualified medical and support staff; providing outstanding, responsive, coordinated, compassionate patient- and family-centered care; excelling in clinical outcomes and patient experiences.