NICU at Danbury Hospital: Why Choose Us?
When your baby needs intensive care, it can be stressful. At Danbury Hospital, we aim to make a NICU stay as comfortable as possible while providing safe, compassionate care for your new baby. Additional highlights of our NICU include:
24/7 neonatology coverage:
A neonatologist is a doctor who specializes in caring for newborns. At Danbury, we have neonatologists in the NICU at all hours of the day, so your baby always has access to excellent care.
Comfortable, supportive environment:
We designed our NICU for you to stay near your baby for as long as desired. Our NICU is a single-bed unit. We have three designated rooms for twins with the capability of using an adjacent room for triplets.
Access to specialty care:
The neonatologists and physician assistants in our NICU are part of the Connecticut Children’s provider network. Because of this partnership, your family has access to any necessary subspecialty services, such as cardiology, neurology or urology.
Through our Touch Points program, you can keep in close contact with a lactation consultant who assists with breastfeeding throughout your baby’s NICU stay. Breastfeeding premature babies can enhance brain development and improve digestion. We provide pumping equipment in our NICU rooms so you never have to worry about relocating or transporting equipment.
We participate in a donor breast milk program for NICU babies so they can always get the nutrition they need.