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We understand this is a challenging time for expectant mothers and new parents. Information and guidance is regularly changing and we will make every effort to keep women and families updated.
The local neonatal care unit at the Royal Derby Hospital looks after premature babies (born after 26 weeks of pregnancy) and babies who need care immediately after birth.
The special care baby unit at Queen's Hospital Burton looks after premature babies (born after 29 weeks of pregnancy) and babies who need care immediately after birth.
Queen's Hospital Burton
Burton on Trent
You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this service.
01283 511 511 Ext 4346
Open visiting for parents, siblings and grandparents. Grandparents and other visitors must be accompanied by one or both parents.
No flowers or potted plants.