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NICU (Bloomberg 8 N)

Level 4 intensive care for the sickest of the sick newborns with diagnoses ranging from congenital anomalies to respiratory distress syndrome.

Patient Population

  • Newborn; premature; extremely low birth weight;  All diagnoses, including pulmonary hypertension, gastroschisis, omphalocele, esophageal atresia, meningomyelocele, hydrocephalus or any congenital cardiac abnormality.

Number of Beds

  • 45

Nurse/Patient Ratio

  • 1:2

New Grad RN Orientation Length

  • 16 weeks
  • New-grad Nurse Residency Program - PEDS Track with post-orientation mentoring

Rotations

  • 4, 8 and 12 hours
  • Flexible, self-schedule

Skill Mix

  • All RN staff, 70 percent BSN
 
 
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