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World-class programs and services
Every newborn has unique needs. Utilizing our many comprehensive neonatology programs and services, we create a customized care plan that's right for each child and their family.
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Our programs & services

We provide advanced ground and air transport within the greater New York metropolitan area and beyond. We are trained with the latest intensive care equipment especially adapted for newborns, infants and children.

At Cohen Children’s Heart Center, our team of experts provides an array of diagnostic, medical, interventional and surgical treatments to keep your little one's heart healthy— from pregnancy through infancy, childhood and beyond.

At the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Cohen Children’s Medical Center, we provide the most advanced heart and lung surgical procedures for infants, children, teens and adults with congenital heart disease.

To support proper nutrition, we have a designated Milk Center within our NICU that is responsible for providing information, receiving milk, preparing milk and distributing milk to meet each infant’s individualized feeding plan.

We provide continuing outpatient care for infants after they leave the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Our goal is to optimize the growth, nutritional outcomes and developmental outcomes of the most vulnerable infants.

Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) involves using highly advanced equipment to act as a child’s temporary heart and lungs. We're the first ECMO center on Long Island and the second oldest center in New York state.

Point-of-care (POC) ultrasound is the use of portable ultrasonography at a patient's bedside for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. It empowers our neonatologists to offer the highest, cutting-edge level of care.

Many adult-friendly wound products and treatments cannot be used for newborns. That’s why Cohen Children’s created a safe, innovative, neonatal-specific wound care service—the only one in the United States.

Brain damage can occur when an infant's brain doesn't receive enough oxygen and blood. In some cases, hypothermia initiated within six hours after birth has been shown to significantly improve neonatal outcomes.

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