Getting To Know Me
Carlisa Brown, RN, MSN
This is a great opportunity for me to tell you more about me and my experiences as, not only a nurse, but a working while pregnant nurse. Working a 12-hour shift while lugging around a huge belly bump on most days was no easy feat. Having successfully mastered this task numerous times, I understand the struggles, anxieties, and uncertainties surrounding the comfort and safety of you and your unborn child. The journey can be tough at times, but "Don't Worry You Got This!"
I have been in the health care industry in the mid-west area (Chicago, IL) as a professional registered nurse for over twelve (12) years. Simultaneously, I am a wife and a mother of 3. I started my career in adult medical surgical and from there went on to specialize in neonatal intensive care, maternal child, and quality of care. I developed a passion for working with patients, specifically pregnant moms and newborn babies. I genuinely enjoy helping others navigate the journey of pregnancy from the first trimester to the last and on to delivery and after care, to ensure they are prepared to be the best "real nurturer" they can be.
My overall purpose as a Nurse and a Real Nurturer is to ensure that patients experience excellent quality of care by being empathetic and understanding of their needs, open, transparent, and honest in all communications, and finally, to provide education and training so that they can become independent in providing self-care for themselves and their baby.
I love providing moms with support and have always been referred to as the “mom that makes it look easy.” Although it is through grace, education, and a support system that I can handle the balance of motherhood and work. It is my compassionate and caring spirit that allows me to connect with others to understand their perspective and offer them guidance. So remember, "You've Got This" and I am here to help you through every step of the way.
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