The first months of becoming a mum is an exciting but somewhat daunting time without the help of a maternity nurse or night nurse to support you at home. We anticipate that having a professional DHA registered midwife or maternity nurse will give you the reliable support and reassurance needed to enjoy this beautiful time in Dubai.
All our Nightingale home registered midwives and maternity nurses can provide an Superior Maternity and New Born Baby Care Service and can offer you 24/7 support on request.
Our maternity home care nurses and night nurses provide the following services:
- Umbilical cord care
- Baby eye care
- Post-circumcision care
- Breastfeeding (along with common problems encountered)
- Breast care
- Formula feeding
- Checking on the baby’s well-being and growth
- Checking on the mother’s post-natal recovery
- Providing maternity care and psychological support to the mother
- Feeding and sterilizing baby bottles
- Changing nappies
- Bathing newborn
- Night nursing to Establish baby sleeping routine
- Providing baby care and observation 24-hours a day
Pregnancy care services is another primary feature of Nightingale Dubai as providing 24/7 care for mothers of newborns is essential for her speedy recovery. Nightingale Home Nursing Can also provide specialised care for babies who were born prematurely. In the case of premature birth, we only assign nurses who have been trained in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). These specialised maternity nurses are experts in providing the specialised care that a premature baby requires. Nightingale Dubai offers customisable packages of pregnancy care and maternity care, letting family members rest easy knowing both the new mother and the newborn will be cared for at the highest stand while in the comfort of the family environment.
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