The Harriet and Ronald Lassin Newborn/Infant Intensive Care Unit (NIC) at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia utilizes the latest technology to provide care to sick newborns and infants up to 6 months of age. Our nurses are part of an incredible team that includes top neonatologists and pediatric surgeons. You’ll play an essential role in providing the best care for a child, while working with cutting-edge solutions. NIC nurses are active participants in cutting-edge research in neonatology, surgery and pediatric subspecialty care. Nitric oxide studies, new modes of ventilation and new drug therapies all take place here.
In addition to nursing opportunities in general services, the Division of Neonatology has specialty programs for children with specific needs, including:
Neonatology also works with programs throughout CHOP to provide our patients with seamless access to any specialty service they might require. These include:
The NIC provides attractive scheduling options, supportive work teams and an individualized orientation program of up to 12 weeks. What's more, CHOP provides you with benefits that go beyond the workplace. And you'll discover an incredible array of enrichment and educational opportunities.