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NICU Father's Day Story
NICU Father's Day Story
This heartwarming story about a graduate of the Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) was originally broadcast on Father's Day 2010. Former MLB star Quinton McCracken and his wife Maggie describe their experience as parents of a premature newborn and the care their son Isaiah received at Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center. Scottsdale Healthcare Shea's NICU provides advanced care for all newborns of any gestational age and care for mothers with high-risk pregnancies. The NICU has cared for babies as small as 460 grams, 25 weeks gestation and as young as 24 weeks gestation and weighing 700 grams. The 24-bed Level III NICU maintains state-of-the-art equipment and is staffed by neonatologists, neonatal nurse practitioners, specially trained nurses and respiratory professionals who provide 24-hour in-hospital coverage for infants requiring advanced levels of care. For more information visit http://www.shc.org/pediatrics. (Video courtesy of Fox Sports Arizona)
Little Miracles in the NICU
Little Miracles in the NICU
Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center The Northeast Valley's most critically ill newborns and mothers-to-be with high-risk pregnancies can now receive care closer to home, at Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center. Level III designation means that Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center's NICU can now provide the most advanced care for all newborns of any gestational age and offer care for mothers with high-risk pregnancies. (Our NICU has already cared for babies as small as 460 grams, 25 weeks gestation and as young as 24 weeks gestation and weighing 700 grams.) The 24-bed Level III NICU maintains state-of-the-art equipment and is staffed by neonatologists (physicians who take care of premature babies or sick infants), neonatal nurse practitioners, specially trained nurses and respiratory professionals who provide 24-hour in-hospital coverage for infants and families who require advanced care. Learn more at http://www.shc.org/pediatrics or call 480-882-4636.