Newborns get private rooms at Children's Hospital Central California
Newborns needing intensive care can have private rooms when an expansion at Children's Hospital Central California is complete in November. The 21 rooms that will be the first in the state designed to offer newborns a peaceful environment free of noise from other babies and the traffic from healthcare professionals from shared wards. Nurses will be able to monitor a baby's condition by computer.
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