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Learn about some of the things your baby will need to accomplish before going home.
What to expect when your baby is admitted to the NICU at Arkansas Children's.
Learn about the Arkansas Children's NICU team that helps care for the infants.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides a full range of medical services for at-risk and critically ill infants throughout the state. We are the only Level 4 NICU in the state, which means we provide the highest level of NICU care available.
Arkansas Children’s Hospital has the only Arkansas Department of Health-designated Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in the state. Arkansas Children’s Hospital has created the Arkansas Children’s Hospital Nursery Alliance to support hospitals around the state so that their patients and families can receive care closer to home.
The nationally recognized Level 1 Trauma Center at Arkansas Children’s in Little Rock, Arkansas is the only Pediatric Level 1 Trauma Center in the state of Arkansas.
Read about the guidelines in place for visiting the NICU at Arkansas Children's.
Find the locations of Arkansas Children's emergency departments in Little Rock and Springdale, and read answers to frequently asked questions about your child's care in the ER.
Families across the nation are looking for guidance on what they should and shouldn’t do during the baby formula shortage. Dr. Steve Schexnayder, pediatric critical care and emergency medicine specialist, has some helpful tips for families navigating this frustrating challenge.
Learn how the pediatric emergency departments at Arkansas Children's Northwest and Arkansas Children's Hospital offer expert kid-sized care.
Is it safe to go to the ER right now? Is the waiting room going to be busy and full of people who might be really sick? Read about how this mom took it one step at a time.
Dr. Gresham Richter shares a message for for parents and guardians when it comes to keeping kids safe around button batteries.
Arkansas Children's Northwest emergency department offers specialized care for children.
What to expect at Arkansas Children's Hospital Emergency Department
The Arkansas Children's Hospital Emergency Department is the 2019 recipient of the Drs. Joanna J. and Robert W. Seibert Award, given to a physician, clinical service, section or unit displaying outstanding teamwork.
On May 9, became the recipient and steward of the Walmart Endowed Chair in Neonatology. Every day, Dr. Ross and the team at the deliver excellent clinical care to our tiniest patients.
Tummy troubles are common in kids. It's when other symptoms like vomiting or diarrhea happen that parents might get worried. Check out these quick tips for handling stomaches from our friends in the Emergency Department.
The ACNW ER is the first pediatric emergency room in Northwest Arkansas with 30 emergency exam rooms to take care of your child when life happens.
The patient and family experience is a priority at Arkansas Children’s and we welcome and support breastfeeding families.