Newborn Intensive Care

Due to the fact that the immune system of our patients in intensive care units is weaker than other patients, there are separate visiting rules in these departments. Our common goal is for our patients to get the best treatment and leave our hospital in a healthy way. For this reason, rules have been determined to protect our patients and prevent hospital infections during the visit. In order to help us and your patient, please pay attention to the following issues.

  • Only the mother and father of the baby are taken in for visits, so as not to interfere with the functioning of our Neonatal Intensive Care unit. Visitors are not accepted except for the mother and the father.
  • Be advised that the identity check will be done while being taken to the visit.
  • It is only the physician’s authority to provide information about your patient, other Intensive Care personnel are not authorized to provide information. Please do not try to get information from them. You can get detailed information about your baby’s health status from the responsible physician of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
  • In case of an extraordinary situation, you will be informed only by your doctor.
  • Children under the age of 15 are not allowed to visit the patient. This is primarily necessary for their health.
  • Before entering the Newborn Intensive Care Unit, make sure to disinfect your hands with the hand disinfectant at the entrance of the door. Use the protective equipment that our staff will provide you when necessary.
  • When entering the Newborn Intensive Care; Remove your ring and watch. Be sure to wear scrubs
  • Wash your hands at the beginning and end of the visit
  • During the visit, you will be informed by your nurse about the care of your baby, milking and storing your milk.
  • In case of an expected or unexpected negative situation in the follow-up of the patient, the relatives of the patient are informed by contacting the phone numbers left.
  • In case the patient is referred to another department / branch / another institution, the relatives of the patient are informed, and their consent is obtained.
  • When the patient will be referred to the normal service, the relatives of the patients are contacted and informed.
  • Discharged family trainings (during discharge, by nurses) are provided.
  • Our waiting area for patient relatives: It is the 4th floor corridor and the cafeteria on the lobby floor.

Our Newborn Intensive Care Visiting Hours:

09.00 – 09.30 / 15.00 – 15.30