Newborn Nursery at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
Excellent Care from the Moment of Birth
Stanford Medicine News about Pediatric Care and Research
Immune cells speed aging brains’ demise
Stanford researchers have found intrusive immune cells in a place in the brains of humans and older mice where new nerve cells are born. The intruders appear to impair nerve cell generation.
Christopher Dawes dies at 68
Under Dawes’ leadership, Packard Children’s Hospital transformed from a hospital for the community into one serving children and pregnant women nationwide.
The IBD and Family Program: Supporting Patients on the Journey to Parenthood
The IBD and Family Program started with a patient that Sarah Streett, MD, clinical associate professor of gastroenterology and hepatology and Aarti Rao, MD, a GI fellow, shared...
For information about maternity services at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, please visit the Johnson Center for Pregnancy and Newborn Services website.
About this Site
Part of the Johnson Center for Pregnancy and Newborn Services, we specialize in the medical evaluation and care of newborns who are at or near term.
We designed this site to be a resource for our pediatric trainees as well as health professionals worldwide who care for newborns.
The transition from life in the womb to the outside world is an amazing process. We are priviledged to care for babies as they make this transition and adapt to their new surroundings.