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Meet our night nurses

Jess Ninomiya

Jess Ninomiya is a 35 year old mother/baby enthusiast and Registered Nurse out of Massachusetts General Hospital where she has worked the duration of her 12+ years in the nursing field. She is married to her best friend, Scott and together they reside in North Andover, MA. Her greatest accomplishment to-date is playing the role of Mom/cleaning-lady/Super-hero to her two beautiful children who are 4 and 7. As cliché as it sounds Jess’ favorite thing to do is to spend time with her family and to relax at home with a good book.
· Bachelor’s in Science of Nursing Degree- University of Massachusetts at Boston
· Certified Happiest Baby on the Block program educator
· Mother/Baby Unit- NB and maternal care, lactation support, basic NB care education.
· Ellison 13 Antepartum Nurse- provides comprehensive care for high risk pregnancy patients.
· Special Care Nursery- provides care for level 2 neonates who are working towards the goal of discharge to home.
2014- present
· Neonatal Rescucitation Team- works as a member on a three-person team and attends high-risk deliveries providing life-saving measures if/when necessary.
As a mother who battled post-partum depression with her first child, Jess is passionate about helping women in similar situations. She believes a good night’s rest is so essential for Mom and Baby which is why she was attracted to joining the Stork Ready Night Nurses Team!

Shauna Harris

Shauna Harris has been a registered nurse for 17 years, 16 of which have
been at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). Her career at MGH beganon a fast-paced medical-surgical unit, where she gained valuable experience before transferring to the obstetrics department. As a postpartum nurse she has assisted and taught new mom’s on how to care for their newborns. Also Shauna is trained as a special care nurse, where she delivers excellent care to premature babies and those born with serious conditions. But in caring for the precious young ones in her charge, Shauna’s approach also involves being aware of the parents’ needs. She works to put the moms and dads at ease and shares any tips and tools useful in the care of the babies. “You took the stress out of having premature twins being a caring and calm nurse,” wrote one of Shauna’s patients. Married 17 years, Shauna has two children of her own which has helped her relate to the patients in her care.

Tyese Aldrich, RN, IBCLC

Ty is a Registered Nurse with over 20 years of experience and a Lactation Consultant.

She spent the first ten years of her career caring for acutely ill adults as a Medical/Surgical Nurse. After the birth of her first child and having encountered her own challenges, she sought the help of a Lactation Consultant that helped her through it all. Because of the inspirational care she and her family had received, she decided to change her career path and become a Postpartum and Newborn Nursery Nurse so that she could ‘Pay It Forward’ by helping new mothers achieve their breastfeeding goals and assist new families in adjusting to parenthood. Since 2007, Ty has been providing breastfeeding education and support to women which has become her passion. In 2011, she went on to become an Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She currently practices as a postpartum nurse and lactation consultant on an inpatient hospital unit caring for and providing education to new families in the immediate postpartum period. She also teaches Prenatal
Breastfeeding and Newborn Care classes to expectant parents.
Ty is a proud mother of two amazing sons, age 8 and 12, both whom play hockey amongst other busy activities. She is an active mom in her community serving as a member of her local Parent Advisory Council and Youth Hockey Leagues. As avid hockey fans, Ty and her family follow the Boston Bruins closely as season ticket holders. She also has an interest in esthetics and dermatology and owns her own skincare business.Ty looks forward to meeting you at Stork Ready at the Breastfeeding Support Group
and welcomes requests for night nurse visits to your home.

Kaila Caticchia

Kaila is a highly experienced postpartum registered nurse. After graduating with a BSN from the University of Massachusetts Boston, she went on to work at Tufts Medical Center on their Mother Infant Unit. In this role, she provides comprehensive care and education for both mothers and their newborns in the immediate postpartum period. She recently transitioned to a new role within Tufts Medical Center by becoming a member of the Labor Delivery and Recovery unit. She cares for many high-risk laboring mothers and their newborns. She is certified by the American Academy of Pediatrics in their Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP). Kaila hopes to, one day, become a Certified Nurse Midwife and Women’s Health Nurse Practioner. When she is not caring for mothers and newborns, Kaila enjoys spending time with her 6 year-old twin brothers and two cats.

Marianne LaMonica

I've been working with families for over 28 years on Labor and Delivery, watching a couple become a family as they welcome their new little one into the world. Caring for mom's and babies is a passion of mine and that's why I've done it so long and continue to do so. I've been married for over 34 years, mother to three adult children, and grandmother to a 11 month old little boy who I love to pieces. I'm excited to be part of the night nurse program that is offered by Stork Ready and look forward to helping new families adjust to their little one while hopefully getting a little more rest.

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Michelle Marie Oliver R.N.

Hello, my name is Michelle Oliver. I've been an Obstetrical nurse for twenty years now. I went to University of Massachusetts Lowell and graduated with my Bachelor's degree in nursing and a minor in Psychology. I am married with four children ages 17, 15, 14, and 11. I have always wanted to be a nurse and teach. I love being around children, especially babies. I work at Massachusetts General Hospital on Ellison 13, the newborn family unit. I have been there for 14 years specializing in high risk ante-partum, pregnant mothers, and post-partum mothers and their beautiful newborn babies. I am also a nursing instructor for the Institute of Health Professions at MGH. I worked at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital before that for 6 years in Labor & Delivery and Post-partum. I'm very excited to be joining Stork Ready and be able to help new and experienced parents care for their newborns. I would like to tell you a little about myself personally. I really enjoy the spring and summer months. I love relaxing on the beach with a good book or enjoyable music. I love to exercise and spend quality time with my family and friends. My family and children mean the world to me. Everything I do is for them!