Newborn Intensive Care Specialists (NICS) is a team of board certified neonatologists, pediatric hospitalists and nurse practitioners providing partner hospitals with neonatal care and pediatric hospitalist services. Our physicians and nurses treat patients from birth to 18 years of age, and are trained to handle the most high-risk situations. Whether it’s an infant in the NICU or a child needing emergency care and the primary physician is unavailable, patients will not need to transfer from your hospital to receive expert medical care unless necessary.


  • In-house NICU and pediatric hospitalist programs, complete with practice management
  • Team of qualified doctors and nurse practitioners
  • 24/7 specialized inpatient care
With NICS, hospitals keep more patients, treat higher acuity patients, add value to communities and increase revenue — while providing newborns and children with top-quality care close to home. NICS is where small miracles create big results.


All parents hope that their baby will be born healthy and without complications, and that their child will never have an emergency when the pediatrician is unavailable. But when these problems do arise, that’s where Newborn Intensive Care Specialists…

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fam4If you are a pediatrician or OB/GYN, Newborn Intensive Care Specialists (NICS) is your partner. Why refer your patients to us? Because not only do we offer expert care to your patients, but we make your life easier, too..

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parentsNewborn Intensive Care Specialists (NICS) brings highly specialized services into your hospital to increase the quality of patient care and your bottom line — without a huge investment. Acquire Level II or Level III NICUs…

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Newborn Intensive Care Specialists (NICS) provides 24/7 inpatient care to infants up to two months old who are born prematurely, experience difficulties during delivery or show critical health problems through Level II and Level III NICUs…

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A NICS pediatric hospitalist provides 24/7 inpatient care for pediatric patients from birth to 18 years of age at hospitals in the event of an emergency or if a patient’s primary pediatrician is unavailable…

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