With our country in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it has never been more important to evaluate the health and safety of our nation’s hospitals. The Leapfrog Group, a healthcare watchdog organization, recently released their annual Spring Hospital Safety Grades.
There are several factors that can create complications during pregnancy and birth. Until now, much of the focus has been on how a mother’s health affects the health of her baby. However, new research suggests that the health of the father may also be key to improving outcomes for mom and baby. A study of
Each day we are learning more about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the threat it may pose to different segments of our population. Our clinical leaders and hospital partners across the country are actively working to put measures in place to protect pregnant mothers and their newborn infants. So how does this disease affect our
Onsite partner hospital JFK Medical Center is now the only hospital in Middlesex County, NJ to receive the Baby-Friendly designation.
In partnership with St. Luke’s, Onsite worked to improve patient outcomes, drive team engagement, and improve overall staff culture.
Every day, women and families across the world deal with complications during what may have otherwise seemed like a normal pregnancy. With 1 in 10 babies being delivered prematurely, how is an expectant family supposed to prepare for a situation they don’t fully understand? Given the high risk of very-low birth weight babies, how are
The best ending to any story is a happy one, and that is exactly what everyone experienced during a recent reunion at Shore Medical Center in Somers Point, NJ. The Onsite Neonatal Partners team was able to celebrate the remarkable story of one of the smallest babies ever born at Shore. Like every family, Ron
Having a baby admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a very scary experience for our parents. At Onsite Neonatal partners, we are committed to easing that anxiety by providing the best possible care for our patients and their families by providing 24/7 in-house coverage by neonatologists. In this video our company leaders
So you’ve got some exciting and life-changing news: you are expecting a baby! In the coming months, you will make dozens of decisions as you plan and prepare for the miraculous birth of your child. Surprisingly, one of the most crucial decisions you will make for your precious infant is quite often the least researched: