A Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a specialized hospital unit that provides intensive medical care to premature or critically ill newborns. These infants require specialized care and attention due to their delicate and underdeveloped organs and systems. At Neonest hospital, NICUs are staffed by a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, including neonatologists, nurses, respiratory therapists, and pharmacists. The unit is equipped with advanced medical equipment and technology to provide life-saving interventions, such as ventilators, incubators, and cardiac monitors. Common conditions that may require admission to the NICU include respiratory distress syndrome, sepsis, and congenital heart defects. The goal of the NICU is to provide the highest level of care to neonates, with the aim of improving outcomes and reducing mortality rates. Family-centered care is also a key component of the NICU, with parents and guardians playing an active role in their child’s care and decision-making.

State of art level III NICU specialised in care of premise , Micro Premies & High Risk Neonates . Following the principle of NIDCAP (Newborn Individualized Care and Assessment Program) to support infants and their families in and beyond the intensive care period .
Equipped With :
HFOV & iNO therapy
Fabien ,Maquet ,Drager Babylog & SLE ventilator
Cooling Therapy
Bedside ECHO , USG & aEEG
Laminar Air flow
Transport Ventilator
ROP Screening
Occupational & Physiotherapy