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Cornell Pediatrics

Neonatal Follow-up Program

Neurodevelopmental and nutritional progress is evaluated by neonatal attendings, fellows, physical and occupational therapists and a nutritionist for infants at risk during the first three years of life.

At the time of discharge from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, infants receive an appointment for the Developmental Follow-up Program. Detailed evaluations are performed at the approximate corrected ages of 2, 6, 12, 18 months, 2 and 3 years. These multidisciplinary visits include evaluation of patient's growth, nutrition, and neurodevelopment. If a delay is suspected, the patient is referred for even more extensive evaluation and therapy through the Early Intervention Program.

Important Phone Numbers and E-mail Addresses

Appointment desk (212) 746-3530
Urgent telephone advice (212) 746-3530 (infant's doctor is paged)
Non-urgent telephone advice (212) 746-3537
(Isabelle Cooper, RN, Coordinator)
Nutritional Counseling (212) 746-3547 (Sarah Tichar, R.D.)
Pediatric Rehabilitation (212) 746-1522


525 East 68th Street, N-506
New York, NY 10065
Phone: (212)746-3530
Fax: (212)746-8608

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