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    Neonatal Care

    Note: Our Quality data is submitted to different reporting agencies in different ways. Data/information that appear on California Pacific's Quality web pages may be assigned either to individual or combined campuses at California Pacific based on a set of complex rules, such as hospital license numbers and Medicare identification numbers.

    Regional Neonatal ICU (2009)

    • California campus: Yes
    • St. Luke's campus: No
    Note: Our California campus is a Regional Level 3 NICU. Infants needing intensive care are cared for only at our California campus (either by maternal transport before delivery or infant transport after delivery).

    Source: California Hospital Assessment and Reporting Taskforce (CHART)
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    What are we measuring?
    This indicates whether the hospital has a designated regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with a full range of services, including surgery, for severely ill newborns and infants.

    Why is this important?
    A Neonatal ICU offers specialized medical and nursing care, delivered 24-hours a day by board-certified neonatalogists and an experienced nursing team. This team, combined with the NICU's state-of-the-art technology, ensures that your infant will receive the highest level of care possible.