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We have all been in a hospital and walked past a nursery and seen all the new babies in there Some of us have had the opportunity to welcome a new baby into the world Being pregnant I can only imagine what it will feel like the first time I hold my new baby or the first time I hear my baby cry I think that caring for the health of newborns infants toddlers and children is very important Every child deserves a chance at life and some are born with major health or medical problems and it takes a caring compassionate and giving person to provide the type of care they need to survive That is why I chose the career as a NeonatalPediatric Nurse Do you ever wonder the strength and amount of care it takes to work in a nursery full of new babies I dont think anyone cares about their patients as much as a neonatalpediatric nurse they are both overworked and underpaid for the work they do A neonatalpediatric nurse definitely has to have a kind heart because you have to put your heart out there to help children every-day They must show an overwhelming amount of concern for their health and well being and help with selflessly without a second thought A nurse is very important and they must show a great empathy toward others and show compassion to everyone around them They must be willing to give all they can and exert every effort to provide care for them and or improve their health or well being no matter what type of situation the child is in You have to be able to do everything in your power to provide the best possible care or treatment for them as you have many others depending on you Could you put others ahead of yourself without expecting anything in return Do you appreciate the small things in life In
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