Rachele Jones is a registered nurse with seven years experience in a level III neonatal ICU. She first became interested in the Creighton Model FertilityCare system when she observed how often babies who were conceived using artificial reproductive technologies experienced the side effects of those artificial reproductive technologies: prematurity, low birth weight, and birth defects. She observed the heartbreak of families that had first struggled with infertility and then suffered when separated from their babies who often needed to stay for weeks or months in the neonatal ICU. Wanting to help these families and ultimately their babies, Rachele enrolled in the St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing FertilityCare Practitioner Program.
Rachele, who has a special heart for infertile couples, also teaches the Creighton Model of FertilityCare to single women, teens, couples using the system for family planning, and to women suffering from a host of gynecological problems, such as dysfunctional uterine bleeding, polycystic ovaries, and PMS. She has an extensive background in lactation support for nursing women and serves as a resource for those women who need assistance continuing breastfeeding while navigating their fertility.
Rachele sees clients in the Groton, Connecticut area.