Maternity Nurse

A maternity nurse (can also be known as a maternity nanny) is a trained or experienced nanny or midwife specialising in caring for new born babies.

They can take charge of a new baby and guide and advise the mother on feeding patterns, sleeping routines and other aspects of new born care.

Employment periods can vary from a few days to a few months, depending on the family’s needs and they can work a variety of different options, including: 12 or 24 hour day or night care, working up to six days per week.

A maternity nurse is self-employed and sets their own rate of pay. When a firm booking is made the client contractually commits to employ the maternity nurse for an agreed period of time.

If a booking is cancelled or delayed, usually the maternity nurse would ask for 50% of the agreed pay for the period affected.

We are able to offer nationwide coverage.

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