Nancy Eastwood, RN, became interested in medicine because her father was a family physician. "We lived above his office and I always wanted to be a pediatric nurse from my earliest memory," says Nancy.
In her practice, Nancy emphasizes feeding a child is the primary focus with as much breast milk as the mother can produce. "My most important role is assuring the baby is gaining weight adequately and that the mother is recovering from her delivery."
Nancy, a breast cancer survivor, is an avid runner and a yoga enthusiast. She loves nursing and looks forward to her work every day.
Bachelor of Science, Nursing: Salve Regina University, Newport, R.I.
Her wealth of experience includes working at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and Seattle Children’s Hospital.