Renovated NICU Open House photos

Published: December 20th, 2016

Category: For the Kids, NICU, Photo Galleries, Your Gift in Action

A few months ago, we opened our doors to the newly renovated neonatal intensive care unit at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. Phase 1 of this project included adding 16 more patient rooms, both private and semi-private, family-focused areas, and a new “neighborhood” design, housing intermediate and intensive care babies in one contiguous space.

The final phase of the project will focus on a new waiting area with sibling play space. Thank you to our generous donors for supporting this project — you’re making miracles for our tiniest patients.

Please take a look at photos from our staff Grand Opening open house.

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