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At Loma Linda University Children’s Health, we are committed to meeting the health needs of our community members. In January 2018, we opened a six-bed, state-of-the-art Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at our Murrieta campus. This unit allows us to care for the smallest members of the community with world-class neonatal specialists.

Why Choose Our Neonatal Intensive Care 

  • Highly trained neonatal experts from Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital
  • Six all-private rooms allow parents to stay overnight with their baby, the first of its kind in the region
  • 24-hour family visits
  • Access to advanced neonatal care at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital
“Those first hours and days after birth are so precious. We need to protect that special time together for families even for babies at risk. With our new NICU, we’ll be able to do that. Now that is whole person care.”

Part of a Nationally Recognized Children's Hospital Systems

Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital was named a Top Children’s Hospital by the Leapfrog Group in 2017. We are the only hospital in the western United States to be nationally recognized as a Top Children’s Hospital, as well as one of only 10 children’s hospitals honored in the United States.