At The University of Vermont Children's Hospital our littlest patients need our most advanced technology. Our 20-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides family-centered care for critically ill or premature infants.
Neonatal Intensive Care in Burlington, Vermont
Our NICU is designated a Level III NICU which means it provides some of the most advanced care available - it's the only facility of its type in Vermont and northern New York. At The University of Vermont Children's Hospital in Burlington, we combine state-of-the-art technology with a dedicated staff specially trained to administer one of the most delicate forms of care one human can provide for another. Meet doctors who specialize in the care of the newborn infant: our neonatologists.
Premature Infants: The UVM Medical Center Approach
Our NICU environment supports developmental care with an emphasis on human touch. Our skilled caregivers work closely with the infant's family to help you understand and participate in your baby's health care needs.
Special-Needs Infants: Continuing Care
Our Neonatal Medical Follow-up Program provides a support system for families who are facing the challenges of caring for an infant with continuing medical needs. A program coordinator serves as a hospital liaison, helping you by:
- Answering any questions
- Coordinating visits to specialists at the hospital
- Guiding your transition from the NICU to home
You can reach us 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call 802-847-2370 for an appointment or more information.
We are dedicated to working with you and your patients through their care and treatment. You can obtain a consultation with an attending neonatologist 24 hours a day. Call the Provider Access Service at 800-639-2480 or 802-847-2700. Learn more about referral information for the NICU.