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- by Claire98909 Mar 9What is the ratio of female to male obstetrical nurses where you work?
Similarly what is the ratio of female to male obstetricians where you work?
- Mar 9 by BluegrassRNThere are no male ob nurses where I work. There is one male OB in a practice with 4 female OBs. There is one or two male family practice physicians who still have privileges for delivery, and there are probably 10 or 12 female GPs with privileges. I haven't worked on that floor for several years, so I don't have exact numbers for you.
- Mar 10 by Bama RNI've never seen a male nurse in any of my units. As far as OB's, I've been where they're were no females all the way to about 25% (including the midwives).
- Mar 10 by melmarie23we do not have any male OB RNs on our unit. Pedi has 1.
out of the three OB practices who deliver at our hospital, we only have 3 male OBs (a total of 10 female OBs between the three practices). The family practice who delivers has a few more more. And most of our residents are male.
- Mar 10 by debsgreysMost of our OB docs are female, all our CNM are female. This year the residents, all 4 yrs. are female. Years ago we had a male nurse in L&D, I was on nites then, he worked day shift.
- Mar 10 by kirsnikityNo male nurses in my labor & delivery department, same with postpartum. NICU has two male RNs. Interestingly, over 50% of OBs at my facility are male.
- Mar 10 by Best_Name_EverNo male nurses or techs in L&D, PP, or NICU at my facility. All of our neonatologists are male. As for OBs, about 50% are male.
- Mar 11 by monkeybugNo male RNs in L&D, Postpartum, or Well Baby, but a couple of male RNs in NICU. Over 50% of the delivering physicians are male.
- Mar 11 by itsnoworneverNo male RNs, only 1 female OB :/
Posting from my phone, ease forgive my fat thumbs!
- Mar 11 by AlikatzNo male RNs in Labor and Delivery, Postpartum, or the NICU where I work. About 50% of our OBs are male. We also have several male pediatric PAs who attend sections and any vag. delivery where there are/may be complications. The majority of our residents are females.