Sunday, 15 May 2011

Book a Maternity nurse or a Nightnanny

We have a great selection of very good maternity nurses and night nannies and most of them we have known for years but we also welcome other experienced and qualified maternity nurses to register with us We have a large number of maternity nurse positions in the UK and overseas. There is no specific qualification for a maternity nurse. A private maternity nurse could be either a trained or experienced nanny with relevant newborn experience, a nurse or a midwife. We recruit maternity nurses mainly from the UK but also from other countries. They are usually able to work anywhere in the UK or overseas on a live in or daily basis.

Free Maternity Nurse/Night Nanny service from Peek-a-boo and MBA. Are we kidding? Nope we are not. Read more here

We run exclusive Maternity Nurse and Baby courses at our renowned Maternity and Baby academy in London city (MBA). The MBA is an accredited 4 module course for experienced nannies or parents that wish to become qualified in caring for infants. More more info on our Maternity Nurse Training and the school, please visit our Maternity & Baby Academy information page

A maternity nurse is a great help for a short (or long) period after you have had your baby and left the hospital. Not only are you very tired but also, despite all your love for your child, you may feel unsure of how to handle the problems of a new baby. The maternity nurse will give you the confidence to cope quickly and can give you a routine to follow to suit your family needs.

The main responsibilities of a private maternity nurse are to care for your baby and assist you in establishing a routine within the home environment. The duties of a maternity nurse also involve supervising and tidying the baby's room and day-to-day laundry for the baby in addition to all areas of caring for your baby.

If you are planning to breast feed then the maternity nurse will support and encourage you with this. If you are going to bottle feed then the maternity nurse will be responsible for sterilising and making up the bottles for your baby.

A maternity nurse is on call for 24 hours a day either 5 or 6 days per week. She is entitled to at least 2-3 hours free time during the day to rest or take a walk. She however is on call should you need her assistance. Her time off per week consists of one full day and one full night; during this time the maternity nurse can ask to sleep alone or take time off outside the home.

Peek-a-boo Maternity division offers junior maternity nurses and trainee maternity nurses at discounted prices for those happy to use a recently qualified maternity nurse from our MBA (Maternity and Baby Academy)

Please call the nanny agency/maternity nurse agency and nanny training course school on 00442031670926 or email