No problem, I figured as much. Generally speaking, in the hospital, each patient has a nurse who performs their bedside care---gets them on and off the monitor, starts their IV, gives meds, puts in a catheter, gives postpartum nursing care, etc. The CNM would order the meds and do vaginal exams since they're the provider---although in small enough hospitals the RN may do vaginal exams or even insert internal monitors if the CNM isn't in house all the time. The CNM delivers the baby, obviously. The nurse is the one with the patient the majority of the time and the CNM will be in and out depending on how much labor support they do---some practices, CNMs do none, some are really hands-on. On postpartum, you're correct---the CNM does daily rounds and discharges but the postpartum nurse does the bedside care. Make sense?