Pediatric and Neonatal Transitional Care
The Center for Pediatric and Neonatal Transitional Care (CNTC) provides care for premature and/or term infants of low birth weight who require medical management
to attain adequate growth and medical stability. Often coming from a neonatal intensive care unit, infants are brought to our transitional care unit so they may be discharged home.
We strive for optimal physical growth in the infant, while advancing essential parental bonding with and nurturing of the infant.
Education and training provides families with the knowledge and skills, such as CPR, needed to meet the health care needs of their newborn.
The program provides all of their services in a family-centered, subacute, inpatient environment, as well as in outpatient and home settings to ensure continuity and cost-effective care. The program is medically managed by board certified neonatologists and neonatal nurse practitioner. In addition, we collaborate and consult closely with a variety of specialists from local university teaching hospitals.
Indications for Referral
This program serves premature and/or infants of low birth weight, having the following criteria:
- All patients in this program require medical management to attain medical stability.
- Weight greater than 1250 grams (lower weights are considered on a case by case basis).
- Consistent weight gain prior to transfer from referring facility.
To Make a Referral
- Inpatient Admissions: 410-578-2600
- Outpatient Services: 410-367-2222
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
Outpatient appointments and program referrals can be made by calling 410-367-2222.
This page was last updated: March 31, 2015