Coastal Carolina Neonatology Coastal Carolina Neonatology (CCN) in Wilmington, North Carolina, provides neonatal medical services at the Betty H. Cameron Women’s & Children’s Hospital.
CCN consists of 7 Neonatologists, 10 Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NNP), a Developmental Psychologist and a Research Nurse. The medical team is trained and skilled in the care of critically ill newborns, and provides neonatal intensive care services for the region.
Our Mission Our mission is to provide excellent, quality-driven, family-centered care that is research-based and developmentally supportive with a focus on improving outcomes in our region.
We aim to support our families and referral centers and the growth of regional subspecialty services through education, standardized communication and a vision of innovative care models.
Our Facilities The neonatal unit (NICU) is a modern, 45-bed, all private room facility. Complimenting our units progressive design is CCN’s progressive, research-based approach to treatment.
In addition to offering the latest evidence-based approach to treatments and therapies, we regularly participate in clinical research with other neonatal centers across the country, the results of which directly benefit premature or critically ill newborns.
Our neonatologists enjoy academic appointment at the UNC School of Medicine, and each has academic or administrative interests, including: quality improvement, neuroprotection, neonatal ethics, clinical research, and developmental follow-up.
Newborn Patient Transfers
For critical care patients in outlying areas,
we offer round-the-clock transport services to our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at the
Betty H. Cameron Women's and Children's Hospital
with our skilled neonatal transport team.
Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 Noon
Featuring Dr. Chirstopher Fusch
Topic: Why Nutrition Matters in Long-term Outcomes of the Premature Infant
W & C Classroom
Betty H. Cameron Women's and Children's Hospital Click here for flyer
Monday, January 26, 2015 6:30pm Topic: Nutritional risks in the post liver Transplant child Speaker: Debra L. Sudan, MD
Duke, University of Medicine
• Professor of Surgery
• • Professor in Pediatrics
Chief, Abdominal Transplant Surgery Location: Portland Grille
1908 Eastwood rd, Wilmington 28403
A Special Engagement: The University of Chicago
Program - Wilmington
March 28, 2015
A unique one-day intensive and interactive course presented by the celiac experts from University of Chicago Celiac Center
NHRMC Auditorium click here for info on program
Neonatal 9th Annual McArtor Symposium
May 15, 2015
Topic: Management of the Non-Acute NICU Baby
Pediatric 4th Annual Palliative Care Conference
September 18, 2015
Topic: Chronic Conditions