FARMINGTON, Conn. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Throughout the month of August StDavidsHealthCast.com along with BroadcastMed Inc., produced programs on a variety of topics related to neonatal care, including the benefits of breastfeeding, neonatal surgery, occupational and physical therapy of neonatal patients. The neonatal transport team at St. David’s HealthCare and St. David’s Medical Center’s “Baby Matters” nurse navigator service are designed to help families of high-risk infants prepare for their baby’s stay in the NICU.
St. David’s HealthCare is the largest provider of neonatal services in Central Texas. Its neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) feature the latest technology and a highly skilled professional staff, including neonatologists who specialize in the treatment of newborns that are premature or have other medical needs, neonatal nurses, neonatal dieticians and specialists such as surgeons, cardiologists and pharmacists. St. David’s Medical Center and St. David’s Women’s Center of Texas feature Level III NICUs, which have life-saving treatments and technologies to care for newborns of any severity
St. David’s HealthCare—which includes St. David’s Medical Center, St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center, St. David’s South Austin Medical Center, St. David’s Georgetown Hospital and Heart Hospital of Austin—is dedicated to providing patients with advanced care both during and after pregnancy.
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