Special Care for Premature Infants at every Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Denver NICU
No one wants to go into a pregnancy being concerned about possible complications, but for some women, there are risks associated with pregnancy.
While most high-risk women will have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies, it's good to know you can deliver at a hospital that is especially created to care for preemies. Depending on the level of care needed for your newborn, your doctor can help you determine which Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children neonatal care unit (NICU) has the most appropriate facilities for your premature baby. As one of the top neonatal hospitals in the region, you can trust that your infant is in good hands at RMHC.
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Neonatal Nursery/NICUs
|Hospital||NICU Level||NICU Beds|
|RMHC at The Medical Center of Aurora||III||14|
|RMHC at North Suburban Medical Center||II||6|
|RMHC at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center||IV||84|
|RMHC at Rose Medical Center||III||24|
|RMHC at Sky Ridge Medical Center||III||12|
|RMHC at Swedish Medical Center||III||21|
Safe Care for Kids
Parents, Please Ask Us Questions
At RMHC, we encourage parents to ask questions about tests, procedures or medications given to their child. Any concerns you have should be answered by your child's nurses or doctors.