The Neonatology Team at California Pacific Medical Center cares for babies with all neonatal conditions, including neonatal surgical problems. Our team works closely with the Perinatal Team to provide maternal care for high-risk infants and patient transport to the Medical Center.
Among the services our NICU offers include:
- Antenatal consultation for high risk mothers
- Attendance at high risk births occurring at California Pacific
- Care of sick pre-term and full-term infants
- Neonatal Surgery
- Transport of infants in the first four weeks of life
- Whitney Newborn Follow Up Clinic, which provides outpatient neurodevelopmental follow-up for former NICU patients
Annually, our multidisciplinary team of neonatalologists, neonatal nurses, nurse practitioners, social workers and pediatric specialists provide medical care for more than 600 sick and premature infants. California Pacific Medical Center is approved by California Children's Services (CCS) as a Regional (Level III) Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), meaning that we have the highest level of equipment and professionals on staff.
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Pediatrics at California Pacific Medical Center
California Pacific Medical Center, a San Francisco hospital that is part of the Sutter Health network, offers pediatric care to babies, young children, and adolescents to age 18 through our network of primary and specialty care pediatricians. Our doctors provide care at clinics throughout the Bay Area and at our hospital inpatient units.
3700 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94118
Tel. 415-600-6211 (NICU)
- Nancy Chorne, MD
- Steven Goldman, MD
- Ghizala Kaleem, MD
- David Lee, MD
- Jane Lee, MD
- Kathleen Lewis, MD
- Chris Retajczyk, MD
- Delene Richburg, MD
- Terri Slagle, MD