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NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital features labor and delivery rooms with natural light, large windows, river views, and room for any specialists who may be needed for your care. There is also a pullout sleeper couch or reclining chair in the room for family members to rest.

We provide immediate intensive care for newborns who require it, featuring specially trained staff and the latest technology. Both NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Komansky Center for Children’s Health house Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) staffed by neonatal intensive care nurses and nurse practitioners and neonatologists.

Our NICUs are designated as Regional Perinatal Centers and are among the most highly regarded units in the country. A Regional Perinatal Center is designated by the New York State Department of Health as a Level 4 hospital that serves a specific geographic region and provides all aspects of obstetric and neonatal services, including those for high-risk mothers and babies.

When your baby is ready to go home, we provide you with guidance and education to prepare you and your family. Social workers and other psychosocial support specialists can help you with any emotional support you may need as you embark on your new lives together. They can also connect you with resources in your own community.

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