NICU Then & Now: Jonathon Whitehill weighed 10.9 ounces when he was born in 2009. Today he's a first-grader who loves school and sports.
NICU Then & Now: Wes and Ila Waller spent the first 47 days of their lives in the neonatal intensive care unit on the St. Paul campus of Children's Minnesota.
Young Sam has been through a multitude of challenges and undergone more surgeries and procedures than most people do in their entire life.
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Children’s Minnesota neonatology program encompasses the largest high-risk neonatal care program in the Upper Midwest. Our fetal intervention and ECMO programs are also nationally recognized for exceptional clinical outcomes. We are committed to consistent care across the community; limiting unnecessary variation; identifying and spreading best practice; and rapidly addressing opportunities for improvement.
Whether your baby was diagnosed with health problems while still in the womb or born prematurely with critical needs, Children's Minnesota provides extraordinary inpatient care at our St. Paul and Minneapolis hospitals — not just for baby, but for the entire family.
Choosing where to go for neonatal care is a major decision. You need all the information you can get; and you want it in a clear, straightforward form that helps you make the right choice for your family.
The neonatology program at Children's Minnesota has the advanced treatment your little one needs, whether she was diagnosed with a condition while in the womb or she needs special care after birth. Our neonatal intensive care units are fully equipped to treat the littlest babies with the most critical needs.
At Children's Minnesota, our neonatology program provides clinical expertise and compassionate care for more than 1,900 newborns each year. That's more than any other program in the Upper Midwest. But don't just take our word for it.