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When Lowyn Yancey was born, a pinched umbilical cord kept her brain from getting oxygen for several minutes. A cooling technique utilized by Dr. Michael Weiss at UF Health helped her brain […]

National Recognition of Neonatology at the Shands Hospital for Children at UF

The Shands Hospital for Children at UF was ranked in the top 50 in seven of nine specialties evaluated.

Gifts help lift the spirits of NICU parents

Families in the Shands at the University of Florida Neonatal Intensive Care Unit received gifts donated by the Solbach family, whose child graduated from the NICU last year.

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Welcome to the Division of Neonatology

Baby and mother The Division of Neonatology at UF Health is dedicated to providing outstanding patient care, teaching the next generation of physicians and scientists, discovery of disease mechanisms, treatments and outcomes, and in advocacy for our patients and our profession.

Founded in 1963 by Donald V. Eitzman, MD, Distinguished Service Professor, the Division has always been a leader and resource for Florida’s most vulnerable citizens.

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