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Welcome to the NICU at Children's Hospital Colorado

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Welcome to the Orthopedics Institute at Children's Hospital Colorado

With integrated pediatric orthopedics, orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation medicine programs, we see patients with all types of orthopedic conditions -- from broken bones and concussions to complex conditions like cerebral palsy.
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Welcome to the Stollery NICU

The Stollery Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Family Advisory Care Team (FACT)'s Welcome to the NICU video was created by NICU graduate families to help future families navigate being a parent in the NICU. Made in collaboration with NICU staff members, the video is designed to help familiarize families with the NICU environment and reinforce the importance of parental involvement. The video provides a tour of the Stollery's David Schiff NICU and the Stollery NICU located at the Royal Alexandra Hospital. The video was generously funded by the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation.
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Welcome to the NICU at Children's Hospital Colorado

We understand that families never expect to be the in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) with their new baby. But we welcome you, nevertheless, to make our hospital your home as you bond with your family. Watch this video to learn more about our caregivers, the space and how we hope to help you and your family.

Visit childrenscolorado.org/nicu to learn more.
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Children's Hospital Colorado Tour for Pediatric Fellows

Interested in a pediatric fellowship at the University of Colorado? Take a tour of Children's Hospital Colorado, located on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado.
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Welcome to the NICU at UC Davis Children's Hospital

Welcome to the NICU at UC Davis Children's Hospital.

Learn more about the UC Davis Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU):
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Welcome to Children's Hospital Colorado!

Welcome to Children's Hospital Colorado

Having a child in the hospital is not easy. We’re here to help. Our pediatric experts are among the best in the nation at what they do, and we’ll be with you every step of the way.

Watch this video to hear more about how our team can help you and your family during your stay at Children's Colorado and what amenities are available to you.

To learn more about Children's Hospital Colorado, visit

Advanced Neonatology Care at Children’s Hospital Colorado

As a parent-to-be, you’ve prepared for everything you can. But there is one more choice to make: where you’ll go if things don’t go according to plan. After all, you’re a parent. You know there is peace of mind in making that decision now. At Children’s Hospital Colorado, we offer the most advanced neonatology care for anything your baby needs, and we’re ready at a moment’s notice.

Our specialized neonatology providers care for infants with the most complex conditions and achieve some of the best outcomes in the country. It’s what we do every day. From before birth, through childhood and even into adulthood, our providers are here to give your baby the very best care to help them live a full life.

To learn more about our advanced neonatal care and how to best plan for your baby, visit:


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Welcome to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Denver Health

Welcome to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Denver Health
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Denver Health cares for babies who arrive early or need extra medical attention when they are born.

This video explains to parents, families and visitors what they should expect when their child is taken to the NICU – from care times to visitor policies to the special cribs, called Isolettes, that the babies will grow in.

Denver Health's care team looks forward to taking care of you and your little one and our nurses and physicians want to make your time with us as stress-free as possible. We respect that no one can replace the valuable role you play as a parent.

For more information on Denver Health's NICU, visit:

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NICU Babies Get Into Holiday Spirit At Children's Hospital Colorado

The neonatal intensive care unit at Children's Hospital Colorado is helping tiny babies get into the holiday spirit.
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Welcome to the Heart Institute at Children's Hospital Colorado

If your child has a heart problem, there are a lot of fears -- and a lot of questions. Watch a new video about our Heart Institute, and learn why Children's Hospital Colorado is the best place for your child's cardiac care.

To learn more about the Heart Institute at Children's Hospital Colorado, visit

A Look Inside the Colorado Fetal Care Center at Children's Hospital Colorado

What if My Baby Needs to go to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit?

As an expecting parent, you’ve prepared for every part of your delivery from your “go bag” to your baby’s first outfit. But do you have a plan if something doesn’t go according to plan?

If something unexpected happens to your baby during delivery or within the first few months of life, you want the best care for them. We’re here to provide that care. In our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, we care for the most common to the most complex conditions affecting newborns and have some of the best outcomes in the nation.

Even families who didn’t expect to need our neonatal experts are glad they are here – 24/7. Our Baby Care Plan can help you plan for the unexpected and let your care team know you would like our neonatal experts to care for your baby if something happens.

To make a Baby Care Plan or learn more about our neonatology services, visit:

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Meet Our Doc: Erica Wymore, MD, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Neonatologist Dr. Erica Wymore recognizes that it is so hard for parents to experience the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Learn more about what she wants parents to know about the experience and what motivates her practice.

To learn more about the Level IV NICU at Children's Hospital Colorado, visit

Watch baby John move into new NICU at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

Learn more about newborn and fetal care at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin:
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Bienvenidos a la Unidad de cuidados intensivos neonatales de Children’s Hospital Colorado

Comprendemos que las familias nunca anticipan que a su bebé se le interne en la Unidad de cuidados intensivos neonatales o NICU. De todos modos, le damos la bienvenida al que será su hogar mientras establece un vínculo muy especial con el nuevo integrante de su familia. Este video le informará más sobre nuestro personal de cuidados, la unidad y cómo procuraremos ayudarlos a usted y a su familia.



Welcome to the NICU at Children's Hospital Colorado

Meet Our Doc: Cassidy Delaney, MD, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Neonatologist Dr. Cassidy Delaney recognizes that she's not only taking care of the babies she sees, but she's taking care of their families, too. Learn more about why she became a neonatologist and what she admires about the parents she meets.

To learn more about the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Children's Hospital Colorado, visit

Meet Our Doc: Tom Parker, MD, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Neonatologist Dr. Tom Parker grew up in a family of physicians and knew from early on that he would go into medicine. Learn more about why he chose to specialize in neonatology, and why he thinks working with trainees is so important in the field of medicine.

To learn more about the Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children's Hospital Colorado, visit

Children's Hospital Colorado Hosts Reunion For Families Of NICU Babies

Mothers of babies in the NICU at Children’s Hospital Colorado saw each other Wednesday for the first time since they were discharged several months ago.

Children's Hospital Says Kids Are Being Sent Out Of State For Residential Mental Health Treatment

Children's Hospital Colorado says its hospital's emergency room is seeing an 80 percent increase in kids who have attempted suicide and residential treatment facilities are so full kids are being sent out of state for care.

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