Programs offered through the Division of Neonatology

Since 1982, the Developmental Care Program at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center has provided developmental-medical services, education and research.

The philosophy guiding the Developmental Care Program embraces the concepts of resiliency, health, wellness, and development within a preventive framework. For more information, please follow this link: Developmental Care Program

The Neonatal Fellowship Program at the University of New Mexico is an outstanding training program for those interested in a career in neonatology. The training program has been in existence for almost 40 years and has been essential in improving the health of critically ill neonates in New Mexico.  For more information, please follow this link: Fellowship Program

The Neonatal nurse practitioner and physician assistant program at the University of New Mexico Children's Hospital was established in 1976, with two nurse practitioners in the group.  Since then it has grown to as many as 22 in the group.  Our NNP/PA's are involved in every aspect of neonatal care in the NICU, as well as training and education outside of the unit and on transport.  For more information, please follow this link: NNP and PA Program

As a component of the University of New Mexico's School of Medicine, the Neonatology Outreach mission is to promote quality care for critically ill and at-risk newborns in New Mexico.  For more information, please follow this link:  Neonatal Outreach Program

 

The UNM Special Baby Clinic offers periodic interdisciplinary developmental follow-up for infants at high risk and their families. As development unfolds, infants are referred to other agencies, programs and systems as necessary. We have excellent collaborative relationships with many early intervention programs around the state.  For more information, please follow this link: Special Baby Clinic

Our special delivery Service offers comprehensive prenatal consultation and support, partnered with Maternal-Fetal-Medicine, genetic counselors, and Pediatric sub-specialists.  For more information, please follow this link: Special Delivery Program