A medical doctor specialized in the care of newborn babies.
A physician who specializes in the care of newborns.
A specialist trained in treating and caring for preterm infants.
a pediatrician with special training in the care of sick and preterm babies.
a physician who specializes in the treatment and diagnosis of newborns (up to 28 days of life).
A physician with advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of problems of the newborn
A doctor who specialises in the care of newborns.
A physician who has completed training programs in both general pediatrics and neonatology (the care of critically ill newborns).
A pediatrician who has specialized training in newborn intensive care.
is a doctor trained specifically to handle complex and high-risk health problems in newborns.
a doctor that specializes in the field of neonatology
a pediatrician with special training in caring for babies that are sick and require intensive care after birth
a physician practicing neonatology
A physician who has completed specialty training in pediatrics and subspecialty training ("fellowship") in the care of newborns.
A pediatrician who specializes in caring for babies immediately after they are born until they are discharged from the hospital.
A neonatologist treats disorders in newborns from birth and throughout the babyâ€™s stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Neonatology is a pediatric specialty.
A doctor specializing in the care and treatment of diseases of newborn babies.
A pediatrician who specializes in the care of sick and premature newborn babies.
A pediatrician (children's doctor) with advanced training in the care of premature and sick newborns. The neonatologist often is called the “attending” doctor. There may be several neonatologists in the NICU.
a doctor who specializes in the care of newborn babies.
(nee-o-nay-tol-o-jist) : a doctor who specializes in the care of the newborn (until about 6 weeks of age).