The Tampa General Hospital NICU has recently been expanded to an 80-bed level III unit that is a designated Regional Perinatal Intensive Care Center serving as a major referral center for high risk pregnancies. The TGH NICU offers whole body cooling for HIE, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, high frequency oscillatory ventilation and neonatal transport services. A multi-disciplinary team of neonatologists, neonatal nurse practitioners, nurses, nutritionists and respiratory therapists takes a collaborative, evidence-based approach to the management of complicated neonatal problems.
The Johns Hopkins- All Children's Hospital NICU is a 97-bed level IV unit that is a designated Regional Perinatal Intensive Care Center. The JHACH NICU is also associated with a comprehensive high-risk perinatal program at Bayfront Medical Center. The neonatal cardiac program at JHACH is one of the largest in Florida, and includes a prenatal congenital heart disease service and complex cardiovascular surgery. The neurosurgical, neonatal surgery, and otolaryngology specialties attract referrals from hospitals statewide.
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