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Maternal-Child Health Jobs

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Student Intern – Private Practice

My private practice is seeking a student intern working toward her IBCLC. Responsibilities include assisting with triage, filing, and managing some office administration. Student will attend consultations at my office, on home visits and on hospital visits on the westside. As interest and time allows, student will also attend a weekly support circle and speaking engagements. Past students have spent between 8 and 15 hours weekly on this internship.

Please send a cover letter and resume to Nicole Peluso at nicole@the-womb.org.

Baby-Friendly Project Coordinator - Northridge Hospital Medical Center

Seeking RN with IBCLE to implement all the steps of Baby Friendly and move the department to designation certification 1) Collects data and reports the steps of Baby Friendly and Joint Commission Core Measures  2) Provides appropriate education regarding lactation to meet the individual needs of the postpartum and childbirth education preparation for the breast-feeding mom. 3) Helps promote lactation education and skills desired between staff, families, and patients for breast feeding friendly goals of Northridge Hospital.

Go to www.northridgehospital.org/careers for complete job description

Email resume to lori.kent@dignityhealth.org

Northeast Valley Health Corporation has an opening for a Lactation Consultant.

The Lactation Consultant is responsible for providing breastfeeding education, instruction and hands on assistance as needed to all patients at rotational health centers. The Lactation Consultant has specialized education and extensive experience in managing the needs and care of the breastfeeding family. In providing patient care using an understanding of age specific needs, the Lactation Consultant addresses the physiological, emotional, developmental, and psychosocial needs of the patient and family/ support system. Using a family centered approach, educational needs may range from pre-conception through time of weaning, assisting the mother to attain her individual breastfeeding goals. The Lactation Consultant is responsible for professional and self-developmental activities. The Lactation Counselor is responsible for delivering patient care in complex, multiple problem breastfeeding situations. The Lactation Consultant functions as a member of the multidisciplinary health care team as a consultant, instructor, and mentor/preceptor to other health care professionals and clients at multiple health centers and community settings.

This care shall be provided in accordance with the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners’ Code of Ethics and the International Lactation Consultant Associations’ Standards of Practice.

Note: All External Hires must successfully pass a background check, a prohibited substance screening, and a pre-employment physical, which includes up to date vaccines and licensure.

Please send a cover letter and resume to Luz De Leon @ LuzDeLeon@nevhc.org

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