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The role of the Registered Nurse or Newborn Care Provider is to feed, soothe, bathe, change & provide all other gentle care to baby through the night.

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ABC’s of Safe Sleep

Since the Back to Sleep campaign began in 1994, it has become widely known that babies sleeping on their backs instead of their bellies helps reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). ABC’s of Safe Sleep is an easy way to remember how to help newborns and infants sleep safely. An example of what a […]

Daylight Saving Sleep Tips for Babies

Yes, it’s just an hour. But when that particular hour occurs at 4am, parents might want to figure out a way to help their babies sleep a little longer! This post, Daylight Saving Sleep Tips for Babies contains step by step advice to make the sleep transition a little easier for the whole family. Whether […]

COVID19 Safety Recommendations from an Infection Prevention Specialist

COVID19 Safety Recommendations from an Infection Prevention Specialist and Public Health RN, Laura Hegarty-Moore, RN, MPH.  Laura us an LMS alumnus and now works at MarinHealth Medical Center in Greenbrae, CA, working on the frontlines of the pandemic. COVID19 Safety Recommendations Cover your face in public. First, let’s talk about masks-yes, they ARE effective!  Masks, […]

Newborn Care Class: For You and Your Family

Birthing classes cover what to expect during labor and delivery but what about when you bring baby home? Newborn Care Class: For You and Your Family, also called Baby Basics can take place in your home or virtually. Our Night Nurses (RN) teach and support all things infant from common feeding issues to swaddling how-to’s […]