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Fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine at Cohen Children’s Medical Center

Cohen Children’s Medical Center offers a three-year Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship training program to physicians who have completed an accredited pediatric residency program. Training takes place in the NICUs at Cohen Children’s Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital. Both locations are Regional Perinatal Centers recognized by the New York Department of Health as providers of comprehensive care to pregnant women and their babies.

The Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program of Northwell Health enables trainees to help manage the care for a portion of the nearly 40,000 newborns in 12 health system hospitals caring for newborns, as well as more than 200 infants referred from the entire tristate area and beyond.

A faculty of more than 30 board-certified neonatologists provides high quality, evidence-based intensive care in the NICUs at Cohen Children’s Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital. The NICU works in tandem with the Katz Women’s Hospitals at North Shore University Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center, which encompass more than 15,000 deliveries annually. The high volume maternal-fetal medicine services at both hospitals account for a significant number of antenatal consults as well as transport services for high-risk pregnancy referrals.

Cohen Children’s is dedicated to providing the highest level of care to meet the special needs of children, from premature babies to adolescents.

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This department serves as a resource to facilitate accreditation of programs as well as recruitment and on-boarding of residents and fellows.

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