In the unlikely event your baby needs extra medical attention after your delivery, you can take comfort in knowing we're prepared.
Our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is designed to meet the special needs of premature or ill babies. Our specialists are available around the clock to provide the nurturing environment and expert care you and your newborn require.
Learn about our children's critical care services at our NICU.
Learn about our partnership with Stanford Medicine Children's Health
We know it's important your newborn has every resource available to help her thrive. Our designation as a community level III NICU means severely premature and critically ill babies are in good hands.
Our NICU offers:
The early days of your baby's life are important and the bond you develop with your newborn is critical to her overall well-being. We believe your close participation in your baby's care is essential.
Every situation is different, but there are many ways you may be able to interact with your baby is staying at our NICU, such as:
Sometimes babies have to stay in the NICU for several months. If your baby is with us for a long period of time, our televisit program lets families visit hospitalized infants from home with a videophone.
Meeting the special emotional and developmental needs of ill and premature babies requires more than the best technology and medicine. It also demands a supportive environment for you and your newborn.
Our NICU has among the highest success rates when compared to similar hospitals. But the best outcome for us is when the newest member of your family gets to go home.