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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 6 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.

About our Neonatal Transport Vehicle at NHRMC


Lunch & Learn
Tuesday, Sept. 30th at 12 noon
Guest Speaker:
Dr. Gary Chan, MD
Neonatologist / Researcher at Primary Children’s Hospital- Salt Lake City, Utah
Topic: “Maximizing the Benefits of Human Milk for the Preterm Infant”

Neonatal/Pediatric Palliative Care Conference  
Oct 3, 2014
Pediatric Cancers: Navigating the New Normal After a Child's Cancer Diagnosis
info
Click here to register

Pediatric/Neonatal
Nutrition Conference

Nov 14, 2014
More Than Just Growth: The Far Reaching Effects of Nutrition
info
Click here to register

Dinner Lecture
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 6:30pm
Featuring Dr. Chirstopher Fusch
Topic: Human Milk:
Individual Fortification and Implications; Optimal Growth
Manna Avenue Restaurant, Wilmington, NC
Click here for flyer

Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 11:30am
Featuring Dr. Chirstopher Fusch
NICU Conference Room


News & Awards

Coastal Children's Services Expands to Offer More Pediatric Subspecialty Services to the Cape Fear Region

Dr. Maria-Cristina Javier Graduates from Children’s Mercy Center for Pediatric Bioethics Certificate Program in Pediatric Bioethics

Dr. Sheri Carroll received a
Razor Walker Award...

Dr. Fernando Moya received the Unsung Hero Award...

Pediatric Neurologist joins Coastal Children’s Services

 


Resources

NHRMC

Betty H. Cameron Women's and Children's Hospital

Nunnelee Pediatric Specialty Clinics

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)

NICU Follow- Up Clinic

Pediatrics Unit

NHRMC Foundation

SEAHEC


 

Coastal Carolina Neonatology| Coastal Children's Services| 1915 Glen Meade Road| Wilmington, NC 28403 | (910) 667-2970