Meet the team and take a virtual tour of our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Our multidisciplinary NICU Lactation Support Committee includes NICU nurses, lactation consultants and counselors, occupational therapists, and neonatologists.
The Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic for high-risk graduates of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
In addition to caring for your baby, it is also our goal to provide support for the family. Use this guide to find helpful tips and information about the NICU.
A small scientific guide of why and how to carefor your baby’s developing brain. Medical science says your are the most important person to help with your baby’s neuro-development.
For close to 25 years, the UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital has hosted an annual reunion for graduates of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Each year, approximately 50-100 children and their families return to the reunion to see the nurses, physicians, therapists, and staff who cared for them.
Faculty & Staff Resources
Through the State of Florida Regional Perinatal Intensive Care Centers (RPICC) contract, the Division of Neonatology is responsible for giving a minimum of four outreach lectures per 12-month period. We invite staff from the Health Departments to come to the hospitals where the lectures are usually taking place. Lectures are an hour in duration and address care and services for high-risk pregnant women and neonates. The lectures are geared to each area’s specific needs and other topics that are requested by the outreach areas and are available to hospital staff, CMS area office staff, County Health Department staff, and local community partners. Continuing education credit hours are given to nurses for these lectures. Our goal is to provide updated information in the fields of High-risk Obstetrics, Perinatology, and Neonatology. Physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, and other personnel are always invited to attend. Please call (352) 273-8985 to request topics.