When a baby is born, doctors screen for dozens of newborn health conditions, including jaundice. Although jaundice is common and usually goes away on its own, some babies require treatment. Understanding this condition can help you know what signs to look for, ensuring your baby gets proper care.
This service is located within Inspira Medical Center Vineland at the intersection of Routes 55 and 552 in Cumberland County, New Jersey.
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Parking for patients and visitors is available on site, directly across from the hospital’s main entrance. Parking is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Valet service is available.
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The Inspira Medical Center Vineland was designed with one goal in mind—providing better care to patients. Every detail—from the sound-absorbing floor tiles to the spacious operating rooms—were designed to give patients the best possible care in the most comforting environment.
At the Deborah F. Sager Neonatal Intensive Care Unit located in Inspira Medical Center Vineland, Nemours neonatologists and highly skilled Inspira nurses provide around-the-clock care for low birth-weight and critically ill infants of all gestational ages. Our Ronald McDonald Family Room offers a place for families to relax or stay overnight during long stays in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), as well as maternity and pediatric units.
At Inspira Medical Center Vineland, patients receive the highest level of health care from a staff of more than 2,700 health care providers, highly trained nurses and technicians, and support personnel. We are dedicated to building a reputation for delivering excellent care and quality of services to the entire region.