Neonatal Newswatch

Hospital ambulance transporting fragile newborn to a neonatal intensive care unit

4 Potential Risks of Unnecessary Neonatal Transports

Hospitals are tasked with a mission that can seem impossible: balance safe & effective healthcare with an ever-increasing focus on ROI and value-based care. Healthcare professionals are passionate about serving their local community by any means necessary, yet they must be diligent in assessing the cost to provide such care. No other hospital department highlights

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Onsite Neonatal Partners physician Dr Kimberly Costello receiving HAP Achievement Award with SLUHN Leadership

Onsite Neonatology Team Earns Prestigious “Excellence in Care” 2018 HAP Achievement Award in PA

Bethlehem, Pa. (May, 2018) – The Onsite Neonatal Partners neonatology team at St. Luke’s University Hospital, Bethlehem Campus have been selected to receive the prestigious “Excellence in Care” Achievement Award from The Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) for its outstanding efforts to improve health care in the state through innovation and excellence in patient

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Greiving NICU parents

Top 3 Resources for Grieving NICU Parents

Every day when I walk into work, I know that I will meet a family who does not want to see me. I know that I will meet someone for whom my very introduction causes tears, fear, anxiety, and despair… As a neonatologist for 16 years, my job is to take care of sick babies:

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Happy National Nurses Week from Onsite Neonatal Partners

Happy National Nurses Week, Love Onsite.

“When you are a nurse, you know that every day you will touch a life, or a life will touch yours.” – Anonymous Our neonatology group is committed to providing high quality care to our patients and families, and we couldn’t do that without the dedicated nurses our providers work alongside every day. Our neonatologists,

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NICU baby being cared for by Onsite Neonatal Partners

The Top 5 Questions NICU Families Should Ask

Even today, 20 years into my career as a neonatologist, I still marvel at being able to hold tiny humans in my hand, helping them to flourish and grow. But not all tiny humans grow big and strong. In fact, in America, 1 in 10 babies is born premature. Although the birth of a happy

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