Intensive and Intermediate Neonatal Care

Target population

Newborn patients

Appointments for POS

(EPS, ARP, SOAT, ARS) 3319090 ext 7454

private patients and pre-paid insurance patients

3319090 ext:7004
Introduction

Fundación Valle del Lili Intensive and Intermediate Neonatal Care Unit has been in operation for 24 years and currently has 41 cubicles available, 30 for intensive care and 11 for Intermediate care; 3 of these unit are equipped with a negative pressure air conditioning system that allows for respiratory, aerosols, contact and protective isolation.

The Neonatal Unit is in the 2nd Floor of Tower 1 of the Hospitalization department, next to the Delivery Room, making up the Maternal and Child Unit. Also, surgery Rooms are in this floor, granting timeliness in surgical assistance.

Services

Cutting-edge technology is available, whose highlights are that each unit is equipped with a system for continuous cardiopulmonary monitoring, medical gas supply, suction, including additional equipment such as high frequency ventilators, conventional ventilators, medicinal inhaled nitric oxide equipment, hypothermia equipment, gasometers, next-generation incubators, infant radiant warmers, radiant heating systems, transport incubator and breast milk extractors, among others.

Qualified human resources are available to attend newborns according to their complexity: neonatologists, pediatricians, general hospital doctors, and administrative officers, professional and auxiliary nursing staff with training in neonatal care, physiotherapists and respiratory therapists

Consultation for specialized referral may be requested 24 hours a day with all medical and assistance specialties.

In order to enhance the management of premature newborns, we have the Contacto Canguro (Kangaroo Contact) program, during hospital and outpatient phases.

Being a university hospital institution, our staff is constantly undergoing training, including undergraduate, graduate and subspecialty medicine students.

Our unit has an “open doors” policy, which reinforces the institutional policy of humanization through promoting continuous contact of newborns with their families.

Specialist in Intensive and Intermediate Neonatal Care