Neonatal nurses are responsible for working directly with the newborn's parents in order to teach them how to care for their young, and possibly very ill, newborn. Neonatal nurses assist parents in holding, bathing, feeding, and providing care to their newborns while in the hospital as well. They often act as a bridge between the parent and the specialists working with the infant. Generally, neonatal nurses work apart of the NICU team in hospitals.
A Bachelor's Degree in Nursing required along with a current and valid RN license from the residing state is required for neonatal nurses. Successful neonatal nurses are deeply compassionate, keen on working in a high-paced environment and possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
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