Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
We're here to care for the special needs of your miracle baby
Attention NICU Patients & Visitors
Due to the growing concerns of COVID-19, only two parents or guardians of NICU patients are allowed to visit until further notice. No siblings are to visit at this time.
Bryan Medical Center's Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) offers the experienced staff, physicians and advanced technology.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Bryan Medical Center is led by a board certified neonatologist and a highly trained, multidisciplinary team from nursing, radiology, respiratory therapy, anesthesia, lab and more.
Features of our specially designed NICU to care for our tiniest and most critical newborns include:
Lighting and sound engineering that creates the optimum environment for the development and comfort of NICU babies
Heated panels above the sinks keep this area warm for when babies are big enough for bathing
Each patient room has a family area that can be separated with a privacy curtain. A sleeper sofa offers a place to rest or spend the night if desired. A private refrigerator stores a mother's breast milk or the parents' beverages
The first floor of the Institute for Women's and Children's Health offers a NICU family area where parents can shower or do laundry
A camera system called, Angel Eyes, to allow parents and loved ones to view their baby from anywhere, anytime
A rooftop healing garden where families can take a break and enjoy the outdoors while staying close to their baby
Tour the NICU
Angel Eyes Camera System Allows Parents and Loved Ones to View their Baby Anytime
Learn How the NICU Rooftop Healing Garden Benefits Families
NICU Developmental Clinic
If your baby was admitted to a NICU for several days or more, this means your baby’s condition was serious enough at birth that health and development should be monitored more closely than most infants.
Learn what resources are available to your baby. Heartland Neonatology Associates
Heartland Neonatology Associates
is a team of highly trained and educated physicians who provide comprehensive care to critically ill newborns and infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).