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Maternity Nurse & Post Natal Services

Are you considering employing a maternity nurse?

Eden Maternity understands the importance of finding the right person to suit the individual needs of you and your new baby.

Here at Eden we have a thorough screening process and only represent maternity nurses who have an extremely professional approach, are experienced, and come highly recommended by all their previous employers. We willingly introduce to our clients high quality maternity nurses with a genuine commitment to their positions. All maternity nurses registered with us have met our high standards in order to support new parents in the best way possible with their babies.

Eden Nannies and Maternity has an extensive database as well as an informative website. We have more than 200 maternity nurses who work exclusively through Eden Maternity, ensuring we are able to meet the demands of our clients at all times.

Our Nurses

Our Nurses range in age and qualifications from Midwives, Registered Nurses and Health Visitors to high calibre Maternity Nannies. All nurses have many years experience caring for new babies and post-natal mums.

In order to meet with your personal requirements you may consider the following options:

  • 24-hour, 5 or 6 day Maternity Nurses
  • Maternity Nannies
  • Daily or Nightly Maternity Nannies
  • Night Nannies
  • Twins & Triplets Specialist Maternity Nurses
  • Last Minute & Emergency Maternity Nurses
  • Overseas Maternity Nurses
  • Bilingual Maternity Nurses
  • Probationary New Starter Maternity Nurses
  • Sleep Consultants, Weaning & Troubleshooting Consultants
  • Routine & Sleep Consultants
  • Breast & Bottle Feeding Consultants

We fully appreciate that our clients are busy people. Our unique approach means you can be sure that we will introduce only those candidates who have the combination of skills, experience and personality best suited to you. Our experienced maternity consultants will guide and support you through all aspects of the selection process to ensure you receive the right Maternity Nurse for your family.

If you are expecting your first child or are a more experienced parent looking forward to number two, three or four then there is nothing better than the support and reassurance of a knowledgeable and caring maternity nurse/nanny. Our Maternity division have extensive experience in providing experienced and qualified maternity nurses (sometimes also known as baby nurses, post-natal carers or maternity practitioners), day & night nurse & maternity nannies within London, throughout the whole of the UK and worldwide.

We recognise that this is an extremely special and personal time. Whilst you will be looking for a maternity nurse who shows professionalism, knowledge and experience in the care of your new baby, you also want a maternity nurse who displays warmth and understanding towards you and your family. We take the time to try and understand the journey you have pictured for yourself, along with the sort of experience you hope pregnancy, childbirth and being a parent will be and we will endeavour to support the choices you make for you and your family.

If you need further information, please email [email protected]  or Take a look at our resources page for things to consider when employing a maternity nurses, interview tips and salary guide 

Maternity Nurse for 5 OR 6 Days Per Week

We have a varied choice of maternity nurses available for 5 & 6 day week positions. A Maternity Nurse is someone qualified or experienced in caring for new-borns. They can help provide a smooth introduction to new parents and their new baby into family life. As the maternity nurse lives in with you and cover’s 24 hours (with a rest period) this can prove to be a valuable support for many families. We can also provide twins & triplet specialist maternity nurses.

Daily or Nightly Maternity Nurses & Nannies

We can provide daily or nightly (or combinations of both) maternity nurses & nannies for any number of days or nights. They are an excellent option for families with limited space or who want to have the support & knowledge a maternity nurse offers while not having someone living with them 24 hours. Some families find a night nanny to be a good option as a follow on from a 24 hour maternity booking if the family still need some nightly support. Daily & nightly maternity nurses work very much in the same way as a 24 hour maternity nurse but with set hours. They usually work between 10- 12 hours per day and will leave and go to their own home between their hours of work. You will pay them an hourly gross rate.

Probationary New Starter Maternity Nurse / Maternity Nanny

For some families; especially if they are not expecting their first baby but are looking for extra support a probationary new starter maternity nurse could be a good option. Probationary maternity nurses can be experienced/ qualified nannies, paediatric nurses, health visitors, midwives, nurses, nursery nurses,MNT or PNC qualified child carers or parents with some professional baby & childcare experience. They start off as probationary maternity nurses to gain more professional new born experience before they can work as a professional maternity nurse. Probationary maternity nurses will work with families & their new babies in the same way as a professional maternity nurse but at a reduced rate & fee while they gain further experience. They may also be flexible in assisting with siblings.

The Benefits of Hiring a Maternity Nurse

A maternity nurse can provide an invaluable service for new parents. When you hire a maternity nurse to help with the baby, your child will get personal care from someone who is around them all day long and knows how to take care of them.

A private maternity nurse can help with the sleep deprivation that comes with new motherhood because he or she will keep your newborn occupied when he or she is crying. This person will also ensure all feedings and nappy changes are noted, and if you’re breastfeeding, they can even help with latching difficulties in those early days.

A private maternity nurse can ensure that you will never be alone in your home, from the moment you’re pregnant to when your baby is born.

Look at the availability of your maternity nurse, sometimes they will need to be at your beckon call 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

Not having someone experienced with a young mother and newborn present at all times means any problems that may arise could mean disaster by causing stress or worse.

Private maternity nurses, because they routinely care for sick children, have more experience and a calmer demeanor than the average person when faced with a child coughing up something in their mouth.

If you plan on returning to work, an experienced maternity nurse can watch your baby until he or she is ready for daycare. You can use this person as a reference when telling people about how well your baby does while in care and if they see that your child cries more than other babies do then it may be due to stress or another cause not related with the care provided by the daycare facility.

To hire a maternity nurse, hire one that has updated certificates and a clean background check. Be sure she understands how often you will need to be around so that she knows when you can come home at any moment if there is a problem.

A maternity nurse can support new mothers during their time of childbirth and postpartum. They also have a higher level of expertise than most nannies, nurses or close family members that could otherwise be hired for the role. Having your own private maternity nurse will help to make the adjustment to motherhood easier and more manageable post-delivery.

Our approach

It is our aim to only send details of candidates that meet with your specific requirements, we believe in quality, not quantity.
We will discuss with you your criteria in depth,in order to obtain as much information regarding the position as possible. This will be most beneficial when discussing it with potential candidates to guarantee your specific needs are met. Once we have suitable candidates for you, we will send through the CV’s, with references and certificates, via email, fax or post depending on your preferred means of receiving details.

Once you have had the opportunity to review the CV’s, you might wish to discuss the details of any candidates of interest with us. We can answer most questions for you and can arrange telephone or face to face interviews, for those candidates of particular interest.

If you need further information, please email [email protected]  or Take a look at our resources page for things to consider when employing a maternity nurses, interview tips and salary guide 

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