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A bag filled with fun! Crayons, markers, scissors, coloring pages and more to help entertain children during their hospitalization.
Special newborn blankets and hats made for our littlest patients by a Greenwich Hospital volunteer.
Designed specifically to improve mom’s breastfeeding position. Helps eliminate stress on legs, back, shoulders and arms.
The WOW is a computer workstation on wheels that enables nurses to be readily at a patient’s bedside for care. Documentation, medical and laboratory scanning and access to medical information are accessible with this computer.
The SureTemp Thermometer is fast—capturing approximately 4 to 6 second oral, 10 to 13 second rectal or pediatric axillary temperatures. SureTemp delivers accurate, repeatable readings on patients of all age groups.
Non-invasive testing with this device helps clinicians ensure that oxygen levels are within normal limits, reduces retinopathy in premature infants, and provides real-time newborn monitoring and assessment during critical times.
The Cub Pediatric Crib supports safe and efficient care practices while the warm and friendly appearance cultivates a healing environment for small children and their families.
Membership to a national database that allows NICU doctors, nurses and staff to compare Greenwich Hospital statistics with NICUs nationwide.
This national certification program is offered to all nurses in departments for children. Once completed, the nurses are certified for two years. S.T.A.B.L.E. stands for the six assessment and care modules in the program: sugar, temperature
The Giraffe OmniBed Warmer is a combination isolette and radiant warmer used exclusively in the NICU. This state-of-the-art technology provides a healing, thermally appropriate, and developmentally supportive microenvironment for critically
These scales are needed for obtaining accurate infant weight at birth.
The BiliChek is a noninvasive, transcutaneous bilirubinometer that assesses the risk of hyperbilirubinemia (newborn baby jaundice) by using a light instead of a needle.
Comfortable thermoplastic chairs that come in a variety of fun colors.
The Mini Telemetry System is wireless and allows the mother to mobilize during her labor and delivery while still safely monitoring the fetal heart rate.
A copy of this book is given to each infant born at Greenwich Hospital to promote reading and emotional bonding.
Bike helmets are distributed to children to teach them about bike safety; bike reflectors are distributed to children during health fairs to promote bike safety.
Used to measure BMI and waist circumference for obesity and diabetes prevention.
Pedometers are distributed at health fairs to help promote a healthy lifestyle by keeping a record of walking distance traveled and calories burned throughout the day.
Cookbook to promote healthy eating and meal preparation for children.
Free CPR classes are given to the uninsured and under-insured children and adults in our community.
Provides a realistic training experience for CPR classes.
These balls are used at youth health fairs to promote exercise and reduce childhood obesity.
Child and infant mannequins are used in all CPR classes.
These baskets are designed to be filled with items to help our cancer patients feel more relaxed and uplifted during their IVF and treatment journey, and serve as a reminder that we are here for them.
A copy of this book is provided to all pregnant patients and "graduates" from Greenwich fertility as a special gift to wish them well and guide them through the remainder of their pregnancy.
Provides an appropriate environment for embryos to grow.
This IVF range is designed to work in assisted conception processes and procedures. It provides a safe, HEPA filtered environment with a heated table plate and microscope mounting kit.
Top-of-the-line fully automatic freezer for vapor phase storage of eggs and embryos, holding up to 19,500 vials.
Materials for parents to teach children about a cancer diagnosis, including reading materials for parents and activity books for kids.
Free Mammograms are given to local women who are uninsured or under-insured.
Provides 10-12 yoga sessions for ten (10) patients.
Provides free continuing education credits to nurses, technicians and physicians, as we explain in detail all the wonderful services Greenwich Hospital provides, from radiology to breast surgery and reconstruction. This event is held each s
Provides the surgeon and radiologist enhanced detail of excised breast specimens. This is used in the operating room at the time of surgery.
This specimen device provides a more efficient system for the radiologist and technologist and a pristine specimen for the pathologist. The specimen is retrieved and immediately imaged allowing for shorter biopsy time for the patient. The s
We use this piece of equipment in the labor and delivery unit for cesarean sections. This is a crucial piece of equipment in our operating room which collects and disposes of surgical fluid as well as smoke generated from electrocautery or
These medication scanners ensure the correct medication and dosage are being given to the correct patient.
Annually, there are approximately 8,000 pediatric patients visiting the Greenwich Hospital Emergency Department (ED) and approximately 175 pediatric in-patient cases. Greenwich Hospital’s Pediatric Unit is supervised by Dr. Toni Salva
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