Wellington, FL, hospital opens level 3 NICU
South Florida Sun-Sentinel, March 2, 2009
Wellington (FL) Regional Medical Center recently opened its Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit that will allow it to care for the highest-risk pregnancies and the sickest and tiniest babies. The $6 million unit will be able to care for babies who are born premature or have respiratory and infectious conditions, as well as handle specialized surgical, cardiac and neurological conditions.
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