NICU Infant Follow-Up Program
The High Risk Infant Follow-Up Program at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center provides comprehensive developmental follow-up to eligible graduates of the neonatal intensive care unit. Our multidisciplinary team provides infant development assessments,
parent support and family education. We work closely with your pediatrician and other medical professionals involved in the care of your child to promote optimal growth and development.
The follow-up program is staffed by doctors, nurses,
physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, nutritionists and social workers.
Your Newborn or Infant May Need NICU Care
Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Unit (NICU) provides specialized care for the tiniest patients. You may be aware even before your baby is even born that he or she will need NICU care due to a diagnosed concern, or your
baby may need help after birth or arriving home.
Rest assured, the Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center NICU offers specialized, comprehensive medical care for your baby, meetings and exceeding rigorous standards. In addition, we have a Facebook group of other parents who have children in the NICU or
have gone through that experience in the past. Sharing your emotions and concerns with a group of likeminded individuals can help with the process.
Special Care in The NICU
Premature babies especially need a supportive environment to help them continue to mature and develop as they would in their mother's womb. While your baby is getting the best care and medical attention from the team at Sierra Vista, our Facebook group
will help make sure you tend to your emotional needs and care.
Join our Facebook group to find support and information in this NICU online community.