Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Newborns who need extra medical care stay in our Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Our NICU patients are cared for by board certified Texas Children’s Hospital neonatologist and designed to put your family first. Having your newborn in a NICU can be overwhelming, so we offer private rooms to allow parents to stay with their child throughout his or her time.

Private NICU Rooms 

The NICU is furnished with a pull-out chair that enables you to sleep and stay at your child’s bedside. The private rooms are specially equipped with warmers and devices to monitor the blood pressure, heart rate, and temperature of your newborn. All of our NICU nurses complete extensive training and have years of experience to provide each newborn with personalized, expert care.

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JUL 27, 2021

Breastfeeding Class - Sugar Land Hospital

This class will help you prepare for successful breastfeeding here at St. Luke's Health–Sugar Land Hospital. You will learn about: •how breastfeeding works •latch and positioning •when to feed your baby •how to know your baby is getting ...

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Stroke Survivors & Thrivers

Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center is proud to offer a free stroke support group to the community. Stroke Survivors and Thrivers is for patients and their families affected by stroke and brain aneurysms.

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Pregnancy, Labor, and COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions

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