The NICU at University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital has staff with extensive specialized training and experience to provide stabilizing and life-saving care for sick newborns. Through teamwork and collaboration, we respectfully address the physical, emotional, cultural and spiritual needs of pediatric patients and their families. Our compassionate, innovative approach has repeatedly received national recognition. In 2021, three medical specialties at University of Minnesota Masonic Childrens Hospital were nationally ranked on U.S. News & World Reports annual Best Childrens Hospitals list. It is our 14th year in a row on this premier national list, a recognition of the dedication and expertise of our world-class teams and our unique role as Minnesotas only academic childrens hospital.
Specialists with University of Minnesota Health are leaders in critical care research and technology. We offer our smallest patients the benefits of receiving care at our nationally recognized academic medical center.
We are a designated March of Dimes NICU Family Support program and have a Neuro NICU with specialized care for babies with neurologic conditions.
Level IV NICU
Neonatal Nurse Practitioners on Staff 24/7.
NICU- Intermediate Care Unit (IMC)
Level II and III
Caring for premature babies 33 weeks and above.
Offer a variety of respiratory modalities; Conventional Ventilator, Stable Trachs, and HFNC.
RNs must become NRP certified.
1-3 patients per RN depending on stability of the baby
This position is 60 hours in a 2 week period on the night shift, 12 hour shifts and every 3rd weekend. This position is benefit eligible.
Provides care to critically ill premature infants and neonatal patients needing close observation.
Performs advanced monitoring using current technology
Cardio respiratory monitoring
Care for patient undergoing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures/interventions on the unit.
Together with the University of Minnesota and University of Minnesota Physicians we have created M Health Fairview. M Health Fairview is the newly expanded collaboration among the University of Minnesota, University of Minnesota Physicians, and Fairview Health Services. The healthcare system combines the best of academic and community medicine — expanding access to world-class, breakthrough care through our 10 hospitals and 60 clinics.
Fairview Health Services (fairview.org) is an award-winning, nonprofit health system providing exceptional care across the full spectrum of health care services. Fairview is one of the most comprehensive and geographically accessible systems in the state, with 10 hospitals—including an academic medical center and long-term care hospital—serving the greater Twin Cities metro area.
Its broad continuum also includes 60 primary care clinics, specialty clinics, senior living communities, retail and specialty pharmacies, pharmacy benefit management services, rehabilitation centers, counseling and home health care services, medical transportation, an integrated provider network and health insurer PreferredOne. In partnership ...with the University of Minnesota, Fairview’s 32,000 employees and 2,400 affiliated providers embrace innovation to drive a healthier future through healing, discovery and education.