Intensive Care Nursery (ICN) in Napa, California
Designated as a Community Level III Intensive Care Nursery, Queen of the Valley Medical Center Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery (NICU) is the only medical facility in the Napa County certified to care for critically ill babies.
Board Certified neonatologists, specially trained nurses, and highly specialized equipment allow premature infants and other newborns with serious medical problems to be cared for right here at home with their parents nearby for treatment.
If you would like to speak with our compassionate team of neonatologists and nurses, or if you have an immediate medical need, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible.
Call our Maternity Ward directly at (707)257-4029.
Giving Sick Infants a Fighting Chance
Queen of the Valley Medical Center is equipped to accept mothers for delivery as early as 28-weeks into a pregnancy. Our NICN is staffed by a team of specially trained professionals who are available for consultation at any hour. Though most mothers do not need around-the-clock service, it can serve as a great comfort to know that we are always just a phone call away.
Our Board Certified neonatologists and nurses can help:
- Infants and fetuses at high-risk of health problems
- Infants and fetuses at risk for infection, disease, or infant fatality
On a typical day, three of our six intensive care cribs are occupied by tiny, prematurely delivered, or critically ill infants. Only those infants with heart anomalies and other rare health conditions will ever have to leave home.
We only utilize state-of-the-art technologies and procedures to treat patients and infants. We stay on the cutting-edge of medical advancements, allowing us to provide proven medical treatment for patients in need of intensive care.
Expert Medical Care in Your Community
A baby born prematurely or with serious health problems may need to stay in the hospital for several weeks. Here in Napa, most babies who need intensive care, and most expectant mothers at high risk of complications, are able to find what they need without ever leaving the community.
We even have our own ICN transport team to transfer sick babies from surrounding hospitals. Parents can gain peace of mind and their children can receive the best possible chance for a healthy, happy life.