Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
UHS Wilson Medical Center has the area’s only New York State Department of Health Designated Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), located in Johnson City, NY. The medical team in the NICU in Johnson City is made up of specially trained Registered Nurses, Neonatologists, and Neonatal Advanced Practice Providers.
Wilson Medical Center’s NICU has a Neonatologist and/or Neonatal Advanced Practice Provider in the hospital 24 hours a day. This means we have the people and technology to provide the highest level of care for even the tiniest of new arrivals. Chances are you will deliver a healthy, full-term baby. However, it is reassuring to know that our medical team in the Wilson NICU in Johnson City is ready to provide critical care to premature infants, low birth weight babies and those infants that require special medical care and monitoring after delivery.
Sophisticated equipment, advanced technology and our highly-trained, knowledgeable staff have helped thousands of infants since the NICU opened at Wilson Medical Center over 30 years ago. Trust our medical center in Johnson City for your infant medical care.
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