Western Pennsylvania Hospital School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA, 1970
University of Central Florida/Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL, Certificate as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, 1984
University of Maryland at Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 1997
University of Maryland at Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, Masters of Science as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, 1998
Certified by NCC as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner since 1986
Eileen Brumbaugh, RN, NNP-BC has been a part of the WMC NICU Team since
1996. Some of the places she has worked are: University of Florida, Shands
Teaching Hospital, Gainesville, FL as a transport nurse and NNP, Georgetown
University Hospital and Columbia Hospital for Women, Washington, DC As
an NNP before joining the WMC NICUTeam.
She has one son and one stepdaughter, eleven grandchildren, and two great
grandchildren. She lives in Western Pennsylvania. She has participated
with projects in neonatal abstinence, developmental care, high risk feeding
protocol. She is interested in the barriers that keep moms from being
able to provide breast milk for their infants, especially while in the NICU.
In her free time she Is active in children’s ministry at her church,
missions work in Peru, spending time with her children, grandchildren,
great grandchildren, reading, hand crafts, sewing, needle work, and taking
her grandchildren to the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, and Pittsburgh Symphony,
and generally creating happy memories for her grandchildren.