September is NICU Awareness Month

At May-Grant, we are grateful for the wonderful NICU professionals who treat the babies and families with compassion and respect. 

 

Pregnancy is a time filled with hope and expectation. Every family hopes for an uncomplicated birth and a healthy baby. But sometimes the unexpected happens.

Every year more than half a million babies are admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit, otherwise known as a NICU.

Caring for infants isn't like caring for other patients; babies aren't tiny adults. Neonatology is a highly specialized field. 

Providing specialized care for neonates requires expertise and teamwork. When a baby is in the NICU they will be cared for by a team of professionals that includes, but is not limited to:

Babies receive care for both prenatally-diagnosed conditions and emergent health issues, including:

 

 
 

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