Orange Regional Medical Center
Rowley Family Birthing Center
707 East Main Street
Middletown, NY 10940
Congratulations on the Birth of Your Baby!
Welcome to Orange Regional Medical Center’s Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, or more commonly known as the NICU. The birth of your baby is a special time for your family and we realize it may also be a stressful time.
Video: NICU Second Birthday Celebration
Video: NICU First Birthday Celebration
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves and explain some of the unit procedures. Your baby has been admitted to the NICU because he or shee requires specialized care. This may have been unsuspected. Please be assured that our team of specialists have years of experience in caring for and treating the tiniest of patients.
Within the below links you’ll find helpful information to assist you through this time. We’ve provided a list of important information and a checklist of things you may need to do, a glossary of terms for your reference, a list of your baby’s NICU team, an outline of the equipment that may assist your infant through this transition and some guidelines for parenting your baby in the NICU. Most importantly, our staff is available to answer questions at any time.
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We are here to help and look forward to caring for you and your baby.
Orange Regional Medical Center’s 10-bed, Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is located at the Rowley Family Birthing Center on the 6th floor and will complement current perinatal services. Full-time neonatologists, affiliated with Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center, will care for your premature and sick infants requiring specialty care in our NICU.
We provide a full array of specialized equipment and delivery room coverage along with all required support services around the clock. We are prepared to serve the needs of our rapidly growing population and demand for local NICU practitioners who will provide expertise and support to you and your infant.
As a parent of a NICU patient, we are proud to provide you with other NICU caregivers with a private room. Made possible by a gift from Hailey's Hope Foundation, the goals of this resource room is to provide a quiet and comfortable space to support you during your visit as your participate in your infant's care while they are in our NICU. Learn more about Hailey's Hope Foundation Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Family Resource Center.
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