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This is a discussion on Army OB/GYN RN in Government / Military Nursing, part of Nursing Specialties ... Hi everyone! I'm getting ready to submit my packet for 66G (OB/GYN). I've been looking for other...by GretchRB Jul 5, '12Hi everyone! I'm getting ready to submit my packet for 66G (OB/GYN). I've been looking for other Army RN's in the OB field, but have not been able to find any info in either thread. A little background: I've been in OB for 18mo, will be submitting my packet in Oct. I am prior service: 5 yrs AD enlisted (medic). I'm looking for Army L&D RNs so that I can pick your brains about the process, your units, and experiences there vs civilian. I know that I will be going in, but I like to know as much as I possibly can before I relocate/change career paths. Questions: Whats the pt ratio? I do 2:1 right now. Do you work 3 12's, 4 10's, or "needs of the unit"? Do you pull >40 hrs/wk? Are you pretty autonomous? Do you handle the acute pts or send them to a diff facility? (I'm in a high acuity setting) Do you do LDRPs? Well thats all I have for right now. Even if you're not an L&D RN, maybe you might know someone who is?? Thanks everyone!
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- Jul 17, '12 by IworecordsTry writing a letter to the Chief Nurse at Womack Army Medical Center down at Fort Bragg. Hopefully she/he will pass it onto the Head Nurse of OB/GYN who will either answer your questions or pass it onto one of the nurses. More babies are born at Womack than at any other Army hospital )