A multidisciplinary clinic for high-risk newborn intensive care unit graduates is called the Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic (NICU).
Our cutting-edge software is made to precisely analyse each child's development and identify whether or not that youngster is doing so to the best of his or her capacity. We strive to identify a wide range of issues early in order to reduce serious developmental delays in the future. In many cases, early intervention may significantly improve a child's quality of life as they mature and develop. We give parents the knowledge and tools they need to positively impact their children's lives. Our specialists are frequently able to see delays that the child's doctor misses.
Infants and toddlers up to 36 months old can receive thorough assessments at the HRIF Clinic. Children who satisfy the requirements for newborn care are encouraged to use our evaluation services:
- Babies that were preterm or low birth weight
- Challenging birth
- Newborn sickness
- Babies with serious respiratory distress
- Several babies that had cardiac surgery
The HRIF Clinic provides parents and their newborns with genuine convenience by conducting a thorough, interdisciplinary examination during an office visit. We coordinate visits with critical developmental milestones with the help of our patient's families and healthcare professionals. When a newborn is released from KIMS Cuddles NICU, first visits are routinely planned. Up until the kid is three, follow-up appointments are scheduled to coincide with significant milestones after the initial visit.