“The process of converting WELS Lutherans for Life’s pregnancy center to a medical clinic is underway and we would like to present an exciting opportunity to WELS RNs who might like to be involved with pregnant mothers seeking all variations of services. The clinic is staffed with client advocates who have been trained and educated in our pro-life efforts and they will be responsible for meeting with the clients to assist them in whatever way possible. The RNs in the clinic will operate in a professional capacity by overseeing and directing all medical aspects of our work, such as the pregnancy testing, medical history and assessment, possible STI/STD testing, and medical education of the client. Those RNs who are interested in becoming proficient in obstetrical ultrasound may also have the opportunity to train for such a skill.
We are hoping to staff a variety of shifts (weekdays and one evening) averaging four hours at a time. Our schedule is flexible in the hours offered to serve the needs of our clients without making any demands on our volunteers.
If you are interested, I would love to have a conversation with you about this exciting opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the women who walk through our doors. I am happy to answer any questions you may have and to explore this option further. Obstetrical experience is not a requirement but a current Wisconsin state license is. Please feel to free to call me on my personal phone (262-442-8961) at any time or leave a message at the center so that I may return your call. Thank you for considering this wonderful opportunity to help us in our mission to save the lives of babies!”
Written by Pam Manske BSN RN, nurse manager— Associated Pregnancy Services
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