Congratulations on the birth of your baby! Your new infant may only need specialized care for a few hours, or you might be here until your baby reaches or passes their due date. Whatever the time, we are dedicated to providing your child the highest quality neonatal care in a nurturing family-centered care environment.

You are the most important member of your baby’s care team. Please check out the links below to find all of the information you may need.

Resources

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Admit Education

Congratulations on the birth of your baby! Whatever the time, we are dedicated to providing your child the highest quality neonatal care in a nurturing family-centered care environment.
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Development by Gestational Age

It's important to know the stages that your baby is in. Learn what to expect about their sensory and motor development from 24 to over 35 weeks. 
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Skin-to-Skin Holding for Parents

Watch our video on the step-by-step process for parents on how to hold their infant skin-to-skin in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. 
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Discharge Education

Your baby going home after birth is a big moment! Educate yourself on how to prepare for this. This presentation summarizes key things to keep in mind as you prepare for life together at home.
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Additional Patient Resources

Here are additional resources for new parents.