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Neonatalogy

Neonatalogy is the branch of medicine concerned with the care, development, and diseases of newborn infants. A neonatologist is a medical doctor with additional training in newborn intensive care.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Your new baby may need individual care due to early birth or other medical condition. Our neonatal team and the Level III NICU will provide your baby with the best, highest level of care.

The WRNMMC NICU cares for newborns at risk from the National Capital Area as well as from overseas locations.

Intensive care services
  • Premature birth
  • Low birth weight
  • Sepsis (infection) and septic shock
  • Birth defects
  • Critical illness
  • Respiratory problems
  • Other life threatening complications
Our pride shows! The WRNMMC NICU...
  • A DoD "Center of Excellence,"
  • Staffed by board-certified neonatal specialists.
  • Uses the most advanced medical technologies available.
  • Cares for over 400 high-risk, critically ill newborns each year.
  • Featured on "THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL" for exemplary work and service to military medicine.
Your Quick Reference to High Risk Pregnancy and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Contact

Parent visiting hours are around the clock!

Location
Building: 10 Floor:6 West

From the Visitors' Garage (Bldg 55), enter Bldg 10 from skyway on garage's 2nd floor.

(As you leave the garage, it will be the skyway on the left, south end.)

The garage has elevators and stairs at each end to access the skyways.

In Bldg 10, proceed to elevators on right. Take elevator to 6th floor.

Phone
DSN: 319-6428
Front Desk: (301) 319-6428



Appointments


Hours of Operation
Open 24/7