Clinic Nurse

A clinic nurse provides professional triage of OB/GYN patients throughout the clinical setting, in accordance with their professional licensure and Great Plains Women’s Health Center (GPWHC) policy and procedures. Clinic nurses work closely with medical providers and perform nursing assessments, provide general nursing care, counseling and teaching to patients.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Learn and become proficient with the clinic’s electronic medical records system.
  • Can efficiently and in a timely manner prepare patients for their provider visit. This would include exam room set up, documenting history’s, assisting providers with procedures, and completing documentation related to each encounter.  
  • Take incoming obstetric and gynecological telephone calls from patients. Perform nursing assessments, make decisions and judgments, answer questions and advise patients within established guidelines.
  • Document telephone triage, patient education and patient instruction accurately.
  • Works with the front office personnel to schedules appointments appropriately, in accordance with booking protocols.
  • Accurately processes all specimens, from the point of collection through labeling, handling, required documentation, and hand-off to the laboratory.
  •  Triage test results for provider review and or appropriate follow-up. Contact patients with results/follow-ups as directed or in accordance with established GPWHC medical protocols or as directed by provider.
  • May be responsible for review of Pap smear and/or mammogram results, entering data for results/recall, and ensuring that abnormal results are efficiently processed and appropriately followed up on in accordance with established GPWHC protocols.
  • Sends prescriptions and refills into pharmacies as directed by the physician in accordance with office standards.
  • Provide patient education and instruction; maintain up-to-date instruction and health education material.
  • Administers prescribed medications and treatments following approved GPWHC techniques; ensures proper documentation in the medical record.
  • Completes referrals to specialists for patients as needed.
  • Schedules surgeries in accordance with booking protocols
  • May have rotation or be called upon to room patients, update patient history’s, set-up procedures, cleaning rooms, processing laboratory specimens and assist physicians as needed.
  • Completes duties in a HIPPA compliant way with respect to a patient’s right to privacy, dignity, and confidentiality.
  • Serves as a resource person for staff members. Provides nursing support and teaching to staff when appropriate.
  • Attends clinical team and GPWHC staff meetings.
  • Demonstrates cooperative work attitude toward and with physicians, co-employees, management, patients, visitors and sales representatives.
  • Multi-task in a fast-paced environment.
  • Maintains regular attendance
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the clinical staff manager or practice partners.

Organizational Duties and Responsibilities

  • Learn and becomes proficient with the clinic’s electronic medical records system
  • Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations, as trained. (Example HIPAA
  • Privacy & Security, Infection Control).
  • Follows all GPWHC Employee Handbook and policies and procedures.
  • Respect and promote patient rights
  • Respond appropriately to emergencies
  • Be an outstanding team member
  • Demonstrate cooperative work attitude and respect toward physicians, co-employees, management, patients, visitors and sales representatives.
  • Identifies ways to improve practice operations.

Working Conditions

  • Position requires work in medical office environment 100% of the time.
  • Exposure to bio-hazardous materials and medical chemicals is minimal.
  • Uses voice a significant amount of time, while communicating with patients and other GPWHC team members.
  • Is susceptible to communicable disease transmitted by patients and co-workers


  • Currently registered by the State of North Dakota to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse.
  • Maintains a current CPR certification
  • Nursing experience in a medical practice
  • OB/GYN office experience preferred with the ability to demonstrate proficiency and understanding of the complete functions of an OB/GYN clinic nurse.

Salary is negotiable.

Job Type: Full-time

Required license or certification:

  • Licensed by the State of North Dakota to practice as a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).