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The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at MetroHealth Medical Center is a Level III unit — the most distinguished of its kind. Our team offers a proven record of excellence in caring for the most critically ill infants, innovative research and training the next generation newborn care specialists and nurses. In fact, the successful outcomes rate of our patients matches or is better than the national average — and has been for more than 10 years.

We believe that treating your baby is truly a team effort. Our state-of-the-art NICU is staffed by nationally recognized and board-certified expert physicians, registered neonatal nurses, neonatal nurse practitioners, nutrition specialists, and other healthcare professionals who are dedicated to improving the health of your baby. View this video to learn more:

As parents, you are an important part of our team. We look forward to working with you during your infant’s stay in our NICU and encourage you to visit frequently. When you can’t be here, feel free to call and check on your baby’s condition.

The goal of our multidisciplinary team is to make what is often an anxious situation as reassuring as possible for you and your family. Once your baby is discharged, the same expert team provides care through the Special Care Developmental Follow-Up Clinic (SCC) for as long as necessary.

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Phone: 216-778-5918
Fax: 216-778-1520

MetroHealth Medical Center
2nd Floor (Take Elevator A or B)
2500 MetroHealth Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44109-1998

Phone: 216-778-5946
Fax: 216-778-3252

MetroHealth Medical Center
Room 257, Old Research Building
2nd Floor (Take Elevator D)
2500 MetroHealth Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44109-1998

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  • © Copyright 2002 - The MetroHealth System
  • 2500 MetroHealth Drive|Cleveland, OH 44109|(216) 778-7800
  • All Rights Reserved.