The NICU Follow-up Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital provides a comprehensive team-based approach to the outpatient care of infants and children at risk for developmental delay or ongoing medical problems. We regularly assess and support a child’s developmental progress and overall health as well as provide guidance about:
Jennifer Benjamin, MD, Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine, describes the NICU Follow-up Program at Brigham and Women's Hospital. The NICU Follow-up Program is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, outpatient clinic for infants and children who are at risk for ongoing medical or developmental complications following a stay in the NICU.
The NICU Follow-up Program is led by Jennifer Benjamin, MD, a neonatologist with additional training in the outpatient care of high-risk infants. She is joined by Carmina Erdei, MD, a neonatologist and developmental-behavioral pediatrician with expertise in developmental disorders affecting toddlers and older children, including autism.
Our multidisciplinary team also includes the following care providers:
The NICU Follow-up Program provides a comprehensive team-based approach to the outpatient care of infants and children at risk for developmental delay or ongoing medical problems.
We evaluate and treat infants and children with a range of medical and developmental conditions, including:
Our patients may have graduated from the NICU at Brigham and Women’s Hospital or may be referred from a different hospital or community care provider.
We typically see infants and children every four to six months throughout childhood, beginning two to four weeks following hospital discharge, until the transition to preschool (around age three).
The team members will review the results of your child’s evaluation and provide you with feedback and ways to best support and enhance your child’s development. A letter with results and recommendations will be sent to your child’s pediatrician and Early Intervention provider.
Because your child is seen by several providers in the same visit, you may expect the visit to last two to three hours in total.
Our team sees patients within the state-of-the-art Center for Child Development at 221 Longwood Avenue, in Boston, MA. Our newly renovated space is developmentally focused and offers numerous features beneficial to infants, children, and their families. Valet parking is available and wheelchair access is provided. We are located on the first floor.
Appointments and Information: (617) 525-4120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Michalia Root, Practice Assistant: (617) 525-4120
Jennifer Benjamin, MD, Director: (617) 732-6371
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