A Baby Nurse is a trained childcare provider who comes into your home to help you with the day-to-day care of your baby (or babies) when they first come home from the hospital. Baby nurses generally work 24-hour days so they are on call at all times to care for the baby, but 8- and 12-hour shifts are also available through some agencies.
A Baby Nurse educates new parents on caring for their infant(s), helps establish a routine for the baby, and provides support for breastfeeding (or sterilizing and preparing bottles).
Below are Baby Nurses that may be helpful to you:
Certified Nurse Assistant since 2013. Experience with preemies and multiples.
Preemies experience. Exceptional reflux experience.
Experienced NICU nurse of preemies for over 20 years. Experience with singletons and multiples, especially those with high tech care support at home. Available nights only. Prefer short term assignments but willing to discuss individual needs.
NICU nurse with preemie experience.
Experience with multiples and preemies. Pat has been a baby nurse for over 15 years.
Experience for over 17 years with multiple births (twins, triplets and quads). Cheryl is available 24 hours 7 days a week and is a baby sleep consultant specialist.
Experience with multiples and preemies.
Jennifer has been a mother baby nurse for over 16 years and enjoys caring for infants as well as supporting and helping parents. Availability is Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Jennifer is a licensed Registered Nurse Clinician Mother Baby and Registered Nurse Clinician NICU.
British American Newborn Care strives to match the newborn care needs of our clients to appropriately experienced and qualified candidates. The aim, above all, is to ensure a placement that will endure.
A Baby Nurse is a trained childcare provider who comes into your home to help you with the day-to-day care of your baby (or babies) when they first come home from the hospital.