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Neonatal Intensive Care: Expert Attention For The Tiniest And Most Ill of Babies

Younger Babies

If your newborn needs advanced medical attention during the first days or weeks of life, the staff of our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, or NICU, brings the highest levels of compassion and expertise. Our physicians specialize in the care of critically ill newborns, and our nursing staff hold advanced certifications in newborn intensive care. With their experience and advanced, high-tech equipment, we can care for the most ill of newborns, right here in our community.

Physicians who specialize in neonatology lead your baby’s healthcare team. Specialists and sub-specialists might also include experts in pediatric respiratory therapy, rehabilitation, nutrition and pharmacy. Read more about our experts.

The 35-bed NICU is on a dedicated floor of Spartanburg Medical Center. In addition to advanced tools to monitor and treat newborns, it includes a room for breastfeeding mothers, plus breastfeeding consultants, and a private “Nesting Room” with a bed and shower. Here, parents can stay overnight before they take their baby home, and staff teach them how to take care of their little one’s special needs. And to keep you connected when you are away, parents can reach their baby’s nurse by phone 24 hours a day.

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