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by emmylou35 emmylou35 (New Member) New Member

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Hi everyone!

My first time on this site - I am looking for some advice. I am a NNEB nursery nurse working for NHS at the moment as a community nursery nurse alongside health visitors. I am looking to move to Texas and i have been trying to find out how/when/where mothers take their babies for their development checks, to be weighed, immunised etc and how they seek advice for feeding, behaviour, parenting etc? I have the feeling they don't have our service?!! I would like to know where the best places to search for these kind of jobs would be?

Any advice would be greatly received - I don't really want to further my training so if there is no "equivalent" will probably look at education nursery nursing.

Thanks.

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You should move your question to the Texas forum to get better responses. Sorry can't help you with the info you need.

And welcome to allnurses!

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Hi :)

Do you have any kind of work authorisation to apply for jobs in the US? It would help us answer your questions better if you could tell us this.

And welcome to allnurses :welcome:

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Silverdragon102 is a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Hi everyone!

My first time on this site - I am looking for some advice. I am a NNEB nursery nurse working for NHS at the moment as a community nursery nurse alongside health visitors. I am looking to move to Texas and i have been trying to find out how/when/where mothers take their babies for their development checks, to be weighed, immunised etc and how they seek advice for feeding, behaviour, parenting etc? I have the feeling they don't have our service?!! I would like to know where the best places to search for these kind of jobs would be?

Any advice would be greatly received - I don't really want to further my training so if there is no "equivalent" will probably look at education nursery nursing.

Thanks.

Hi and welcome to the site, think it was me that directed you here from another site. For immigration to the US you need to be a RN as a nursery nurse I think you will find it very slim to find work and apply for a work permit.

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Most of the work you mention is done at the pediatrican's office by the doctor, NP, or PA. Nursery nursing is a low occupancy position.

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madwife2002 is a BSN, RN and specializes in RN, BSN, CHDN.

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You would be best suited to get employed as a nanny, I am sure that is the way forward if you want to move here. The prospective employer would do your immigration status and pay for your immigration I am on the understanding though that it wouldnt be a green card status.

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