New Born Care

The state-of-the-art medical infrastructure and facilities follow international protocols of safety and efficiency. For those occasions when a Newborn baby needs specialist care, there is the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). A High Dependency Unit (HDU) is in place for patients who need to be monitored very closely. On the rare occasion when a mother might need temporary intensive care, she is stabilized in the HDU and then transferred to the nearest children’s clinic which has all the essential medical staff and technology for any and every emergency. The patient transfer procedures are robust too, with Children’s Hospital having its own fully-equipped ambulance.

The low rate of complications at Children’s Hospital can be attributed to the insistence that every expectant mother undergoes a thorough pre-assessment and pre-delivery check. Nothing is left to chance. If a mother is deemed to be a high risk the required treatment protocols are followed to ensure the mother’s safety.

The culture of safety runs soul-deep in Milestone’s Children’s Clinic. That is why your loved ones and you are always, in safe hands.