Our team provides advanced medical care to newborn infants who are ill or face complications due to prematurity, low birth weight, birth defects, sepsis, and more. Our services vary from temporary delivery care to complex long-term inpatient support. In addition to direct patient care, our team — comprised of Tufts University faculty — is actively involved in medical education, research, outreach, and advocacy.
We frequently attend the birth of newborns at risk of needing life-saving neonatal resuscitation. While some infants are admitted to the NICU for ongoing care, others only need assistance during the transition period to life outside the womb.
Our team provides advanced neonatal care to newborns needing long-term support. We create a family-centered environment for the best possible outcomes for our patients.
We consult prenatally with families with high-risk pregnancies to guide you through the expected delivery room course and partner with you to develop an expected treatment plan before your baby is born.
Outreach + Education
Our physicians are Tufts Medical School faculty who are actively involved in medical education and research. We provide outreach at our regional community hospitals, perform quality-improvement initiatives, and collaborate at conferences throughout the country.