Compassionate Care for Small Miracles
The Siena Campus features a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that offers the highest level of neonatal treatment to our tiniest patients, and our expansion is complete!
The modern, comfortable Level III NICU features 26 NICU bays with the most advanced technology for monitoring sick and/or premature newborns while our caring, compassionate staff provides a full range of neonatal treatment for medically fragile infants, including:
24-hour, on-site board-certified neonatal surgeons and neonatal specialists;
- specially-trained and certified neonatal nurses and respiratory therapists;
- treatment for high-risk babies at any gestational age;
- specialized neonatal transport team;
- adaptable, self-contained Giraffe omni-beds (versatile infant beds that provide emergency access and that convert to a protective, quiet environment which allows appropriate growth and development of the newborn);
- a nesting suite where moms and dads can practice parenting and caregiver skills before they go home; and
- a lactation room that provides new mothers a comfortable, private setting where they can learn to breastfeed or pump milk.
With the Level III designation, St. Rose has the ability to treat critically ill newborns who are premature or who suffer from respiratory distress, cardiac disease, congenital anomalies, multi-system organ failure and other problems – while they stay close to their mother.
Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican is the area's only Children's Miracle Network hospital.
Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican partnered with Children's Miracle Network in January 2005. Since then, 100 percent of every dollar raised in southern Nevada goes to the St. Rose NICU and Pediatric Centers to provide equipment, charity care, and health education for children.
To learn more about Children's Miracle Network, click here.
To become a supporter, please call 702.616.5755.
For more information on Children's Miracle Network, visit www.childrensmiraclenetwork.org.
Once a newborn no longer needs the highest level of care, he/she will be transferred to the Level II NICU at the San Martin Campus. When this occurs, it's a cause for celebration ... your baby is getting stronger and healthier. To learn more about how the transition process works, click below.
Transitioning from the Level III to Level II NICU
To find an OB/GYN or perinatal specialist, please call 702.616.4900.
For more information on the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Siena Campus, please call 702.616.5622.