Sample Prenatal Nurse Resume

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Elizabeth Otis
4267 Romano Street
Cambridge, MA2141

Job Objective Seeking a position as a Prenatal Nurse with the means to grow and where my nursing skills can be used to their fullest.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Exceptional knowledge of prenatal care
  • Thorough knowledge of pregnancy and childbirth
  • Ability to control the emotion of the patients
  • Ability to counter stressful situations
  • Strong physical endurance and excellent listening & Communication skills
  • Superior skills in handling health care responsibilities

Work Experience:

Prenatal Nurse, August 2005 – Present
Overlake Hospital Medical Center, Cambridge, MA

  • Conducted childbirth classes, disseminating information.
  • Provided parental care and assisted in delivery.
  • Managed to follow up care of the mother and baby after birth.
  • Administered correct diet, vitamin intake, and monitored glucose levels.
  • Managed to detect any potential problems early, and acted to prevent them.
  • Ensured to stay focused primarily on pregnancy and childbirth.

Prenatal Nurse, May 2000 – July 2005
Maine Medical Center, Cambridge, MA

  • Provided physical and physiological care before, during, and after a pregnancy.
  • Educated the patients about the natural childbirth techniques.
  • Maintained all records of the regular check-ups over the course of pregnancy.
  • Provided emotional support during and after labor and delivery.
  • Monitored pregnancy and provided appropriate care.
  • Ensured to promote healthy mother-child bonding after birth.


Associate Degree in Nursing, Western Nevada Community College, Carson City, NV

Example #2

Tara Kitchen
236 Hart Rd
Montezuma, GA 31063
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Objective Obtain a position as a Perinatal Nurse in an esteemed organization where I can perform my duties with total sincerity, honesty, integrity and selflessness.

Career Profile:

  • Extended ability to encourage and inspire women as they encounter the challenges of pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Immense ability to provide the proper education and treatment, through observation, resources and consistency.
  • In-depth knowledge of the medical terminology regarding labor and delivery.
  • Proficiency in teaching childbirth techniques, monitor a pregnancy and help the mother to nurse post-delivery.
  • Strong ability to face worst-case scenarios like mother and infant deaths.

Nursing Experience:

Perinatal Nurse, 2004 to till date
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

  • Assisted pregnant women during the postpartum period.
  • Assisted obstetricians in observing patients measured the progress of the pregnancy and answered questions about treatment and care.
  • Educated mothers regarding natural childbirth techniques and pre-natal health.
  • Provided care and support to mother and their families before, during and after childbirth.
  • Counseled mothers and their families regarding caring for newborns.

Academic Background

Perinatal Nursing Certification, 2004
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

B.S in Nursing, 2003
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

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