Kristin Proctor began her nursing career as a U.S. Army Nurse and has been a Registered Nurse (RN) more than 20 years. She has specialized experience in labor and delivery, as well as prenatal, antepartum, and postpartum care. Kristin uses this experience to educate and support families affected by birth injuries.
About Kristen Proctor
Kristin Proctor has been a Registered Nurse (RN) for more than 20 years and has maintained a National Certification in Inpatient Obstetric Nursing since 2008.
She started her nursing career as an Army Nurse and served 8 years in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps. During this time, Kristin had the opportunity to work in different fields of nursing, including medical and surgical, operating room (OR), same-day surgery, and maternal-child health.
Kristin also attended the Army’s prestigious 16-week Obstetrical and Gynecological Nursing Course, which specializes in prenatal, antepartum, labor and delivery, and postpartum family care.
She was an honor graduate of the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) basic training course and a collegiate Distinguished Military Graduate. After completing her service in the Army, she returned to New England to raise a family.
To this day, Kristin continues working in the field she loves: labor and delivery.
Due to her experience working as a staff nurse and in leadership roles, Kristin is familiar with standards of care and expectations of medical staff throughout the birthing process. She uses this insight to educate and support families affected by cerebral palsy and other birth injuries.