Specialty Care for Premature Babies
Texoma Medical Center opened the Texoma region's first and only Level II neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in May 2018. The NICU has 12 private rooms, neonatologists and specially trained staff, including a dedicated lactation consultant and case manager, delivering a higher level of care for newborns.
The private rooms allow mothers to breastfeed, practice skin-to-skin bonding and be more intimately involved in their baby’s care. These individual rooms also allow parents to stay overnight with their newborn and give trained NICU staff more access and interaction with the family and baby.
Our NICU is equipped with advanced medical technology to treat a wide range of conditions, including babies born a few weeks prematurely, unstable babies and those born with low birth weights. Our NICU treats babies who are as young as 32 weeks gestational age, and is designed to provide care for babies with a variety of respiratory and infectious conditions. Your baby's care team will coordinate any necessary consultations with other specialists, including ophthalmologists, surgeons and pulmonologists.
Patient Story: Maci Cook
When Maci Cook’s son stopped breathing, TMC’s NICU team sprang into action.
For more information, contact:
Angela Yancey, MSN, BSN, RNC-OB
Director, TMC Women’s and Children’s Services