NICU

Catholic Health is a regional leader in neonatal intensive care. Our Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) at Mercy Hospital of Buffalo and Sisters of Charity Hospital provide high level care for babies born prematurely and those with certain health concerns. During your baby's stay in the NICU, our compassionate, expert staff works with your family to ensure your comfort and understanding of your child's condition and treatment. Our family-centered approach to neonatal care guarantees that every baby receives the personalized care that he or she needs.

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Sisters Hospital

The 40 bed NICU at Sisters is designed to provide care through a mix of single family rooms, rooms especially designed for families with twins & triplets and a spacious nine bed pod.

Mercy Hospital

Mercy Hospital of Buffalo has a Level II NICU, for babies who are born after 32 weeks gestation or who are recovering from more serious conditions.

  • George P. Albert, M.D.
    George P. Albert, M.D.
    • Mercy
    • Sisters
    • Neonatology
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  • Jack F. Coyne, M.D.
    Jack F. Coyne, M.D.
    • Sisters
    • Mercy
    • Pediatrics
    • Neonatology
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  • Lauren Davidson, DO
    Lauren Davidson, DO
    • Sisters
    • Neonatology
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  • Robert C. Dukarm, M.D.
    Robert C. Dukarm, M.D.
    • Mercy
    • Sisters
    • Neonatology
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  • Vincent J. McGravey, M.D.
    Vincent J. McGravey, M.D.
    • Mercy
    • Pediatrics
    • Neonatology
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  • Donald F. Pickhardt, M.D.
    Donald F. Pickhardt, M.D.
    • Mercy
    • Pediatrics
    • Neonatology
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  • Thomas F. Riley, M.D.
    Thomas F. Riley, M.D.
    • Mercy
    • Sisters
    • Neonatology
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  • Kamal Singhal, M.D.
    Kamal Singhal, M.D.
    • Mercy
    • Sisters
    • Neonatology
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  • Michael C. Zang, M.D.
    Michael C. Zang, M.D.
    • Pediatrics
    • Neonatology
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