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What is the difference between a level I, II, III NICU?

A neonatal, or newborn, intensive care unit (NICU) is classified based on the services provided to babies in the nursery. In this video, George Emerson, MD, of West Hills Hospital, explains the difference between Level I, II and III NICUs.

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