The Joint Commission

DSC-Perinatal RN - Reviewer

Job Locations US-IL-Oak Brook
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Perinatal Revewer can work anywher in the United States.


  • Perinatal Reviewer, with minimal immediate direction or supervision, survey and/or review health care organizations throughout the United States.
  • Perinatal Reviewer apply sophisticated analysis skills and inductive reasoning skills to determine a health care organization's degree of compliance with applicable standards and functionality of care delivery systems.
  • Perinatal RN Reviewer must have the credentials, presence and expertise to earn the respect of the health care organizations' professional staff and leadership.
  • Perinatal RN Reviewer must be able to employ advanced and sometimes nuanced communication skills to engage health care organization staff in interactive dialogues on a broad array of health care issues in order to assess compliance and to identify opportunities for improving compliance.
  • Perinatal RN Reviewer must have superior written communication skills to prepare detailed, accurate management reports that clearly link individual standards deficiencies with potential systems vulnerabilities and related organization risk points.
  • Perinatal RN Reviewer must be able to professionally and effectively communicate survey results to health care organization leadership in a constructive and collegial style.
  • Perinatal RN Reviewer are also required to participate in other Joint Commission activities as assigned.

We are hiring for our next orientation class scheduled for  May 3, 2021.


  • DSC Perinatal Reviewers must be a healthcare professional (DO/ MD/RN) with at least three years’ experience in coordinating and/or managing the services of Delivery, Postpartum Care, Special Care Nursery, as well as Pediatrics with in an acute care setting.
  • Must have recent current experience in Labor & Delivery, Maternal Care or Neonatal Care.
  • The following certifications are preferred: NeoNatal-Perinatal medicine and/or RN-Board Certified in Perinatal Nursing and/or Perinatal Care Certification through Joint Commission.
  • Registered Nurses requires a Master’s Degree



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