The NICU Bridge Clinic Program at CHOC offers follow-up care for high-risk infants, reducing the length of stays and hospital readmissions.
CHOC takes a multidisciplinary approach to detect AMV and treat it with life-saving neurointerventional surgery.
Dr. Shafer is researching diagnostic errors and the ethical responsibilities of providers to disclose such errors to families.
The 25,000-square-foot unit nearly triples the size of CHOC’s previous Level 4 NICU, and allows parents to stay close to their critically ill newborns.
To enhance its patient- and family-centered care experience and meet the growing demand for services, CHOC Hospital has launched an exp ansion to its neonatal intensive care unit. The build-out will create 36 private patient rooms with amenities to allow parents and guardians to comfortably stay overnight with their critically ill babies receiving highly specialized care […]
In recognition of National Prematurity Awareness month, we’re highlighting the innovative life-saving treatment provided to some of the tiniest and most fragile babies through our neonatology services. Premature birth is the leading cause of newborn death in the United States. While California has one of the lowest premature birth rates in the nation, almost 9 […]