Roseville, CA, medical center opens new care unit for newborns
Sacramento Bee, September 3, 2008
Sutter Roseville Medical Center in Roseville, CA, has opened a new $11.9 million intensive care unit for newborn babies. The neonatal intensive care unit has 16 beds and the most up-to-date equipment to handle emergencies for the sickest of infants, said hospital officials. The facility is located on the lower level of the hospital, and will be able to expand by 14 beds if the hospital desires.
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