The specialized staff of neonatologists at The Children's Regional Hospital at Cooper cares for more than 400 critically ill newborns and premature infants each year with medical and surgical problems related to prematurity or who have respiratory, metabolic or birth disorders.

Why Trust Cooper Neonatology?

Having a baby who needs specialized intensive care services shortly after birth can be a challenging and frightening time for families. At Cooper, you can rest assured that your infant will receive round-the-clock, state-of-the-art care from our team of expert neonatologists.

If your newborn is premature, or has a serious illness, injury, or birth defect, a Cooper neonatologist may assist at the time of delivery and in the subsequent care of your newborn. If a problem is identified before your baby is born, a neonatologist may become involved to consult with your obstetrician in your baby’s care during your pregnancy.

Multidisciplinary Approach

To ensure that your child receives the highest quality of care, our board-certified neonatologists are in the hospital 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In conjunction with our other pediatric medical and surgical specialists, we have the capabilities to care for the region's tiniest and most critically ill newborns. Neonatal transport is available to bring infants born anywhere in the region to our facility.

Our team works with closely with your child's pediatrician and other specialty care physicians to provide the comprehensive continuum of care. 

Clare's Cupboard

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Clare’s Cupboard provides basic infant supplies to families served by Cooper University Hospital. The families who are helped have limited or no financial resources to purchase the most basic items like formula, diapers, clothing, and other essentials.

The Social Work department helps families identify all available sources of support. When those sources of assistance have been used or are delayed, Clare's Cupboard fills the gaps. One hundred percent of all donations are used for the infants and their families. Click here to visit the site.