NICU Developmental Follow-up

NICU Follow-Up
The NICU Developmental Clinic follows infants who were born either very small at less than 2 lbs 5 oz. or very young at less than 30 weeks gestation. We also follow children born small for their gestational age, or who have experienced a significant medical complication such as chronic lung disease, a significant brain bleed, or a diagnosed genetic disorder.

 

If your baby needs a clinic appointment, your NICU doctor will schedule it for you.

Robert DiGiuseppe, MD
Medical Director, NICU
Follow-up Clinic

Education & Training

Clemson University

BS Mathematical Sciences

Medical University of South Carolina

Greenville Hospital System

Pediatric Residency

Board-certified Pediatrics

Fellowship in neonatal-perinatal medicine

Indianapolis, IN

Clinical Interests

Developmental follow-up

Quality improvement

Evidence-based medicine

Professional Associations

Board member March of Dimes

Board member Interdisciplinary Neonatal Follow-Up and Treatment Services (INFANTS)

Donna Vaught, PhD
Developmental Psychologist

Education & Training

BS Psychology

MS Developmental Psychology

PhD Developmental Psychology

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

PHD fellowship at Kennedy Krieger Institute

Clinical Interests

NIDCAP trained in the NICU

Family-centered care

Developmentally supportive care

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Clinical Research

Alison Martin
NICU Family Coordinator

Education & Training

BS in Business Administration, Marketing, University of Northern Colorado

Clinical Interests

two-time NICU graduate parent

Represents the family voice on the VON Quality Improvement Team,

 

Co-Chairs the Betty H. Cameron Women’s & Children’s Hospital Neonatal Family Advisory Council,

 

Advocate for Family Centered Care

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2212 S. 17th St Wilmington, NC 28401

Tel: 910-667-2970

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