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Neonatal Intensive Care at Clovis Community
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Clovis Community Medical Center is a family-centered environment where you're encouraged to be an active partner in your infant's care. We understand having a baby in the NICU can be a stressful time. Rest assured, our specially-trained care team is there to answer any questions, offer support or just talk with you.
The team in our Level 2 NICU works together to give your baby the specialized care he or she needs around the clock. As an intermediate neonatal intensive care unit, we care for infants born around 32 weeks of gestational age or greater. This allows us to give your baby a higher level of care without having to transfer to another facility.
Our comprehensive physician team, specially-trained nursing staff and highly-skilled professionals from physical, respiratory, occupational, and speech therapies, social workers, and chaplains – all work together so you can bring your little one home as soon as possible.
Visiting the NICU
Parents and families are crucial to an infant's recovery, growth and development. You're encouraged to be with your baby as much as possible, especially at feeding times. However, we realize you're balancing your time with your baby along with other responsibilities.
Parents are always welcome to call the NICU at
anytime, 24 hours a day, to check on your baby’s progress.
While parents are welcome to spend time with their baby in the NICU 24/7, we ask all other visitors limit their visits between 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. All visitors must be accompanied by a parent.