Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and St. Mary Medical Center collaborate to provide high-quality newborn care and neonatal intensive care to babies in eastern Bucks County, PA.
Board-certified neonatologists from CHOP work alongside physicians and clinical staff at St. Mary Medical Center to provide exceptional care to babies as part of an ongoing pediatric alliance. Our team collaborates with families and primary care physicians to ensure every newborn receives the care they need, backed by resources of CHOP – a world leader in neonatal medicine – and the experience, comfort and convenience provided at a community hospital.
Some of the babies born here each year are born prematurely, experience respiratory problems at birth, or require additional treatment or observation due to other health complications.
For these most vulnerable patients, CHOP clinicians also provide 24/7 care and services to babies in St. Mary Medical Center’s Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), including:
- Comprehensive respiratory and feeding support
- Specialty and multidisciplinary evaluations
- Advanced testing and imaging
- Referrals to specialists as needed
The relationship between CHOP and St. Mary’s brings the best of academic medicine – cutting-edge research, standardized clinical pathways that ensure consistency of care, and innovative quality improvement projects – close to home for families in Bucks County. Together, we elevate the care your child has access to, leading to improved outcomes and a better quality of life for your family.
CHOP’s team of board-certified neonatologists offer comprehensive and individualized care for babies at St. Mary Medical Center.
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