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As one of the largest neonatal programs in the country, the neonatal program at Children’s Minnesota provides everything from consults to air and ground transport for babies in need. Caring for more than 2,500 newborns each year, Children’s Minnesota has the largest high-risk neonatal referral center in the Upper Midwest.

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Services offered

  • High-risk delivery support
  • Neonatal transport services
  • Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)
  • Neuro-NICU program
  • Neonatal cardiovascular program
  • Respiratory support
    • Inhaled nitric oxide therapy
    • Noninvasive, conventional and high-frequency ventilation
    • Diagnostic testing
    • Apnea testing
    • At-home apnea monitoring
    • Infant pulmonary function testing
  • Ophthalmologic and retinal services, including retinopathy screening
  • Fetal diagnostics and surgery
  • Developmental assessment and therapy
  • Screenings, including CCHD and hearing
  • General and specialty surgical services
  • Mild systemic hypothermia (MSH) for infants with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE)
  • Consultations for high-risk prenatal, pediatric subspecialty, lactation and infant feeding
  • Long-term neonatal follow-up
  • Psychosocial assessment, support and referrals
  • Telephone consultations for physicians and consultation/telemedicine capabilities
  • Virtual consultations 

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