Baby Nurse Resume

Norah Jones
7350 Wasatch Blvd
Salt Lake City, UT 84121
(801) 922 – 5643
norah@xyz.com

Career Objective:

Looking for a challenging position of a Baby Nurse in a reputed medical organization, to utilize my skills, knowledge and wide experience in baby care and educating parents in the best possible way.

Summary:

• Over four years of wide experience in baby nursing, looking after infants and babies.

• Proficient in educating parents with different parental tips and personal suggestions.

• A valid license holder of a Registered Nurse (RN).

• Accredited as a Certified Newborn specialist.

• Awarded with the Certified Health and Safety instructor certification.

Skills:

• In-depth knowledge about MEPRS code and MCH protocol.

• Expertise in performing daily baby-related activities such as bathing, diapering, feeding, etc.

• A self-motivated, energetic individual focused on working in the medical arena to the best of my
abilities.

• Capable of understanding pre-mature infant requirements.

• Ability to understand the signs and behavioral pattern changes of both mother and baby.

• Skilled in attending to newborns and at mother care, particularly during post-partum period.

• Expert in handling post-partum depression and therapeutic crisis intervention.

• Strong organizational, leadership, decision-making and communication skills.

• Efficient worker as a team member and as an individual.

Professional Education and Certification:

Bachelor’s Degree in Health Services Management
University of Utah, Utah

Certified Newborn specialist
Independence University, Salt Lake City, Utah

Certified Health and Safety instructor
Independence University, Salt Lake City, Utah

Work Experience:

Baby Care Nurse (2010 – present)
Primary Children’s Medical Center, Salt Lake City, Utah

• Responsible for keeping the Neonatologists updated about different new born symptoms, such as fever, cough and cold, jaundice, weight loss, dehydration, etc and other health-related problems.

• Perform post-partum doula in case of twins.

• Prepare a documentation of medical reports of mother-baby as well as their preliminary diagnosis.

• Plan and render nursing care to pregnant women and the babies.

• Implement plans for parents’ and their babies’ sleeping patterns, nutrition and their living standards.

Baby Care Nurse (2008 – 2009)
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Provo, Utah

• Examined and assisted pregnant women during labor procedures.

• Performed post-partum doula and delivered special care treatment for twins and several infants.

• Helped and educated parents on tips for undergoing the newborn period successfully.

• Provided guidance to junior nurses in lactation consultations and full-time night care.

• Conducted several training sessions for junior staff.

• Prepared documentation for all responses, behavioral patterns and activities of the newly born babies.

• Helped mother in breast feeding during night times.

References:

Available upon request.



Posted by on Jul.24, 2011, under Info

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