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When your baby arrives, there is a whirlwind of activity and emotions. If your baby is born early (prematurely) or needs additional medical attention, those emotions can go into overdrive. You may feel scared, confused, nervous, overwhelmed — or even alone. At Cleveland Clinic Children’s, we want you to know that we are there for you. Our expert team is ready to provide your little one with the very best care right away. We will navigate every twist and turn of this unexpected journey — together.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Cleveland Clinic main campus is a Level IV, state-of-the-art 17-bed intensive care unit designed to care for newborns with the most complex medical problems. We also have Level III NICUs on-site at:
Our extensive team of 50 neonatal specialists oversees 87 NICU beds in the Cleveland Clinic health system.
U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks Cleveland Clinic Children’s neonatology program among the top programs in the nation. Learn how we offer the highest level of care for neonatal diagnosis, surgery and rehabilitation.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s is here to help you before, during and after your baby’s hospital stay.View Resources View Resources
View our physician resources and learn how to refer patients to our NICUs.
Discover how Cleveland Clinic Children's offers specialty training through its Neonatology-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship program.
Learn how we pursue the guiding principle of ‘Patients First’ by improving patient care through research.