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Newborn Care

The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPA) Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery & Obstetric Service were relocated in new, state-of-the-art facility in 2002. With around 5500 births annually, RPA Women & Babies is the busiest maternity service in NSW. The nursery is funded for 10 level 3 beds (Ventilation) and 24 level 2 beds (High-dependency and Special care). There are around 900 admissions annually, of which about 200 are level 3 and the remainder level 2.

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Penny and Emily Lilley, born 10/07/2004 
 

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Newsletter Spring 2014

 

About 50 were born at other hospitals and were transferred to RPA by the NSW Newborn & Paediatric Emergency Transport Service (NETS). The mothers of about 200 of the in-born babies were booked at other hospitals, but transferred to RPA before the baby's birth, because of complications of pregnancy. On average we care for about 50 babies <1000gm and 140 babies <1500gm annually.