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The Atrium Health Levine Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Advanced Practice Provider Fellowship is a 12-month program that immerses the learner in an intensive, well rounded educational environment to fully prepare them for a career in Neonatal-Perinatal medicine. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Levine Children’s Hospital is an 85 bed Level 4 unit with over 1,100 patients admitted every year and has consistently been ranked in US News and World Report. Services that are provided in the unit include ECMO, high frequency ventilation, inhaled nitric oxide, total body cooling, and complete cardiovascular care including surgery for congenital heart disease. The APP fellow will take an active role in all these activities, and with the addition of a well-rounded didactic curriculum, they will be competent and comfortable as a provider in any future NICU setting.

Didactic education will be delivered through the Center for Advanced Practice and through the Neonatal Department. The Department education will be a combination of Faculty-led lectures, Journal Club, M&M, and Case Conferences.

Rotations:

  1.  Neonatal ICU
    a. Levine Children's Hospital
    b. Regional Atrium Health Facilities
  2. Newborn Nursery
  3. Genetics
  4. Cardiology
  5. Developmental follow

Additional medical or surgical electives can be arranged on an individual basis

Procedures:

A. Intubation
B. Umbilical line placement
C. Peripheral IV placement
D. Peripheral arterial line placement
E. Chest tube placement
F. Foley catheter insertion
G. Arterial blood draws
H. Lumbar punctures
I. Ventricular Access Device Tap
J. Exchange transfusion
K. Venipuncture
L. Supra pubic bladder aspiration

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