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As the NICU at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, NY, celebrates its 30th anniversary nurses reflect on how the unit has evolved

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Over the past three decades, Westchester Medical Center's Issac & Naomi Kaplan Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit has become the Hudson Valley's central resource for neonatal care. When the NICU first opened in 1982, the practice environment was focused on the providers and what they needed to facilitate care. Through the years, however, nurses have witnessed a shift toward patient-centered care. Just as practices have changed, so has the nurse's role. Advancements in NICU practices and technology have created new roles for nurses that continue to grow today. Watch the video to learn more about this facility's evolution and the important part nurses play in neonatal care.

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