Nicole Mayer RMA, RN, BSN is an IAC Center Educator providing Baby Care Classes for Adoptive Parents and Intended Parents of Gestational Carrier arrangements. She offers workshops and private sessions.
Nicole received her Registered Medical Assisting Certification from The Cittone Institue in 2004, her Associates in the Science of Nursing at Mercer County Community College in 2010, her Bachelor’s degree from Kaplan University in 2013, and is actively working on completing her Masters in the Science of Nursing at Kaplan University. She has worked at Delaware Valley OBGYN and infertility as an OBGYN Clinical Coordinator among many other titles since 2004 and started working in the infertility department in 2008 where she was the IVF Nurse Clinical Coordinator and Recovery Nurse. She currently works for Penn Fertility Care at Penn Medicine in Philadelphia since December 2013. She holds a Nursing License in the State of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, a Registered Medical Assisting Certification, a Basic Cardiac Life Support Certification, Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification and is currently working on her Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification. She is also a professional member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the American Medical Technologist programs
She has gained her extensive background knowledge from her nursing career, being a nanny, and babysitter for numerous families, as well as taking care of younger family members. She holds infertility and adoption near and dear to her heart because she has family members that have gone through both adoption and extensive infertility treatment.
Nicole’s work in infertility nursing gives her special sensitivity to the emotional experience of infertility; and she is well-attuned to the relationships and “etiquette” between birth and adoptive parents; and gestational carriers and intended parents prior to and at the delivery and discharge.