Advanced Neonatal Care

To ensure that patients benefit from all the latest advances in neonatal care, the NICU offers the most current monitoring systems, ventilator support and incubators, including Nature's Cradle, a system that replicates the sound and motion of the mother's womb.


The unit provides both invasive and non-invasive monitoring of the newborn's cardiorespiratory system, oxygen, suction and age-appropriate thermoregulation. In addition, each neonate's heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure and oxygen saturation are monitored continuously.


Featuring the following advancements in Neonatal Care: 

  • Intravascular arterial and venous monitoring
  • Pulmonary artery catheterization
  • Subdural and intravascular pressure monitoring with 24 hours/day EEG telemetry
  • High frequency ventilation
  • Apheresis blood treatment (the only one available 24 hours a day)
  • Nitric oxide
  • Access to the latest Neonatal Research Protocols
  • Continuous Video EEG monitoring and recording.


The division is a member of the Vermont Oxford Hospital Trials Group, and participates in research on the developmental outcome of newborns with birth weights less than 1,500 grams.

Contact Neonatology
305-669-5817

critical baby in incubator

Baby in critical condition in the NICU


All three intensive care units at Nicklaus Children's Hospital have achieved gold-level Beacon Award of Excellence from the AACN
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