Neonatal Intensive Care Nurses are in demand due to advances that have dramatically increased the survival rate of infants born with a low birth weight.
You’ll be a liaison with other healthcare professionals.
You’ll record an infant’s progress and recovery.
You’ll teach parents about their baby’s condition, breastfeeding, and help with any other concerns they may have.
You’ll give medication and connect infants to the latest technology that helps them breathe and be fed intravenously.
- Home Health Services
- Medical evacuation and transport services
- Neonatal Intensive care units
Work as a Registered Nurse.
Gain at least two years’ experience in Neonatal Nursing and at least 2,000 hours in Neonatal Direct Patient Care, Administration, Education or Research.
Pass the Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing Certification exam through the National Certification Corporation.
You’re ready to work as a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse.