Premature and sick infants often need the kind of medical attention and care only found in a newborn intensive care unit like Dr. Sanjay Aher's Neocare Hospital.
More than hundreds of infants are cared each year in the Dr. Sanjay Aher's neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), making us one of the largest, most experienced NICUs in the country. We provide all services that critically ill or premature babies might need, including on-site neonatologist and trained nurses available 24/7, the highest level of respiratory support, advanced imaging, pediatric surgery and more.
Not all NICUs are the same
Neocare Hospital offers the highest level of neonatal intensive care available, providing world-class expertise, experience and cutting-edge technology to treat complex conditions affecting newborns. In fact, many area hospitals with less advanced Level 3 NICUs transfer their infants to Dr. Aher's Neocare Hospital for the highest level of specialized care available.
Size and volume matters in a NICU because research shows that babies treated in hospitals with highly experienced staff who treat most babies have better outcomes. That’s because no matter how complex a premature or sick a baby might be, our doctors, nurses and other neonatal and pediatric specialists have likely seen it and treated it before.
And being a Level 3 means that Neocare Hospital provides the most complex, most complete neonatal care available anywhere in the North Maharashtra region. Our physicians in virtually every pediatric subspecialty visit your baby at the bedside, working with your baby’s neonatal medical team to provide the highest level of care.
Focused on your baby
Because these babies require intensive care round the clock, dedicated neonatologists, Pediatriciave and Nurses are on-site 24/7. A neonatal nurse is assigned to each baby, providing consistent, compassionate care.
At Dr. Aher's Neocare Hospital, your baby will have the benefit of the latest advances in evidence-based treatments combined with extensive family support to help build early bonds, even for ill infants.
Planning for NICU care
According to the March of Dimes, approximately 1 in 10 babies will need neonatal intensive care, which means complications are possible in even the most “normal” pregnancy.
For the best possible peace of mind, consider delivering with Dr. Sanjay Aher's Neocare Hospital, where specialists are just steps away to care for any health care need your baby may have.