Neonatal services

at the Rosie Hospital

The Neonatal Services at the Rosie consist of a number of departments: the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) and the Community Team. All of these departments are interlinked and work together to provide the best possible care and treatment.

At the Rosie, as an active member of the regional network, it may be necessary to transfer a baby to another unit as part of their normal care pathway, thus providing optimal specialist care at all stages of the baby's stay. The Regional Transport Team (ANTS) will be responsible for the safe transfer of such babies.

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

The neonatal unit is specially designed and equipped to care for the sickest and most vulnerable babies, taking referrals from all over the region and occasionally beyond.
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Screening and Support Services

The day to day running of wards and units relies on a variety of support services: Neonatal dietetics, Pharmacy, Screening, Speech and Language Therapy
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Community Support

Whilst your baby has been on the Neonatal Unit you will have had a lot of support and advice. Going home is something you are really looking forward to but at the same time can cause anxiety ...
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Acute Neonatal Transfer Service (ANTS)

ANTS is the regional neonatal transport team for the East of England and is based at the Rosie Hospital on the Addenbrooke's Hospital site in Cambridge.
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Contact Neonatal services

Neonatal Services
The Rosie Hospital
Cambridge University Hospitals
NHS Foundation Trust
Hills Road
Cambridge

CB2 0QQ

General enquiries: 01223 217678 

NICU direct line: 01223 256939
SCBU direct line: 01223 256939

Neonatal service news

You Made A Difference team award - March

March’s You Made A Difference Team Award goes to the Lewin Stroke and Rehabilitation Unit for the excellent quality of care given by the multi-disciplinary team.

You Made a Difference - May

A healthcare support worker who helps to keep the John Farman Intensive Care Unit running smoothly and a biomedical scientist who has helped many students further their training are the winners of May’s You Made a Difference awards.