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Woman And Infants

Neonatal Follow-Up Program

Organization Women & Infants
Location 134 Thurbers Ave., Suite 215,
Providence, Rhode Island

Please use the entrance to the far right labeled "Main Lobby." A ramp for strollers or wheelchairs is to the left of the stairs at that entrance.
Hours Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9 am to 4 pm
Contact Information During clinic hours, please call 401-453-7750.

Women & Infants has unveiled New England's first March of Dime NICU Family Support Bright Space for Siblings at the Neonatal Follow-Up Program. Read more.

The Neonatal Follow-up Program provides longitudinal assessments and clinical management of high risk infants from birth to nine years of age. Referrals are accepted from the NICU, community physicians and early Intervention. Dr. Betty Vohr directs the Neonatal Follow-Up Program, which has been providing supplemental care to infants since 1974. Q&A: Neonatal Follow-Up Program

Read our latest issue of Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic News

Women & Infants also offers the Transition Home Plus program for babies weighing less than 1,500 grams at birth.

Rhode Island's Pediatric Practice Enhancement Project (PPEP) enlists trained parents to help other parents cope with the realities of raising children and youth with special health care needs. Putting trained parent consultants into physicians' offices to provide emotional support and help link families to resources and services has proven very effective in meeting the health care needs of these children and their families.

The Neonatal Follow-up Program offers comprehensive follow-up care and provides support services for high risk infants and children up to 16 years of age. The goal is to support optimal growth, developmental and behavioral outcomes for all children, providing psychosocial support for mothers, and serving as a consultant for primary care providers.

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All infants considered at increased risk of medical or developmental sequelae may be scheduled for the Follow-Up Program. Eligibility includes premature infants with a birth weight less than 1500 grams; infants of any birth weight with special problems in the newborn period; and infants discharged on oxygen, an apnea monitor or pulse oximeter.


Dr. Vohr is also the director of the Rhode Island Hearing Assessment Program (RIHAP) which coordinates universal hearing screening for the state of Rhode Island. RIHAP screens all infants born in the state by oto-acoustic emission (OAE), or distortion product emission or auditory brainstem evoked response (ABR).

Rhode Island was the first state in the United States to successfully implement universal hearing screening. Since that time, RIHAP has screened 99% of Rhode Island's newborn babies (14,000 annually), as well as providing or coordinating the habilitation of hearing of all the children identified with hearing loss. Our new outpatient Pediatric Audiology Clinic is located at the same site as the Neonatal Follow-up Clinic.

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