Grand Island Regional Medical Center has you covered no matter the level of care your baby needs. In addition to having the latest equipment and nurse expertise in our Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), we are pleased to have Neonatal Nurse Practitioners here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Oftentimes, our Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NNP) are there during your journey into parenthood. NNPs are available to attend high-risk deliveries to provide immediate care and intervention should your little one need some extra help after delivery.
In the chance that your baby requires special medical care, the providers and staff of Grand Island Regional Medical Center Level II NICU are there to provide the expert care they need. Our team of experienced Neonatal Nurse Practitioners will manage your newborn’s care while in the NICU and provide your baby’s Pediatrician with updates during their stay.
We understand that this can be a scary situation for you and that you may have many questions, so our NNPs help to explain your baby’s needs. Having Neonatal Nurse Practitioners here at Grand Island Regional Medical Center means more babies can stay close to home even if they need critical care, allowing for the critical bonding time between baby and parents to go uninterrupted.