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New study suggests that the health of the father may affect the health of his newborn

Does a Father’s Health Impact the Health of His Newborn?

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

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The Fontana family at home after their stay in an Onsite NICU

Mother of Preemie Twins Speaks Out About NICU Family Experience

The healthcare industry has seen several rapid shifts in recent years due to the increasing “consumerization” of healthcare as a whole. At the center of this change in landscape is the topic of patient experience, and the practices that produce a great experience—or a terrible one. In the neonatal and pediatric fields, patient experience is

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Keeping moms and babies united with in-house neonatologists

Keeping Moms And Babies United With In-House Neonatologists.

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

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Greiving NICU parents

Top 3 Resources for Grieving NICU Parents

Every day when I walk into work, I know that I will meet a family who does not want to see me. I know that I will meet someone for whom my very introduction causes tears, fear, anxiety, and despair… As a neonatologist for 16 years, my job is to take care of sick babies:

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A Pediatrician of 20 Years Struggles with Her Own Advice

When “walking-the-walk” is no walk-in-the-park. I’ve been told that for those who foresee a career in medicine, few aspiring healers actually go on to choose the specialty that they originally envisioned for themselves. I’ve known since I was 5 years old that I wanted to take care of children, as documented in my kindergarten “All

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