NICU Tour Video
In the United States 1 in 8 babies is born prematurely. This is the story of Katy, Steve and baby Graham.
Welcome to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
There are times when babies are born premature or need specialized treatment and care after birth. The NICU at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Ann Arbor provides the critical care necessary for these newborns. Our staff is committed to providing the best possible care for your baby.
Philosophy of Family Centered Care
Consistent with the philosophy of care of Saint Joseph Mercy Health System and Trinity Health, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit strives to provide family-centered health care. This approach to health care views the family as an integral part of the healing process and encourages involvement of parents and family members as equal partners. Information sharing and collaboration between parents and staff are cornerstones of our interactions. The health care team recognizes the vital role that families play in ensuring the health and well being of each infant.
Family Advisory Board
The Family Advisory Board provides an extra level of support to parents and families of critically ill babies being cared for in the NICU. It is made up of patients whose babies graduated from the NICU and use their experience to help create and offer educational and support programs. Learn more about the Family Advisory Board.
The NICU is located on the third floor of the main hospital tower (between Labor and Delivery and the Mother/Baby Unit). Follow the signs from the elevators to the secured entrance where a clerk will assist you.
Phone: 734-712-3327 or 866-263-1255 (toll-free)