- n. A person who studies or applies neonatology, the medical science for new born babies .
“And who should jog by but our favorite neonatologist from the NICU?”
“In the hospital, all the specialists and therapists are at your fingertips and the neonatologist is your team leader.”
“All the babies have their own neonatologist and two full-time nurses.”
“The small, everyday occurrences that parents treasure touched Edina Veszelovszky, 41, a Hungarian-born neonatologist and mother of three, ages 3 to 13.”
“They handed him over to the neonatologist and his team.”
“As we prepare to leave the room, another attending neonatologist and a fellow run past our room.”
“Application, personal statement, 2 LOR (one from a neonatologist)”
“The medical staff is also organized into teams, led by a senior neonatologist (a specialist in newborn intensive care).”
“Your child's neonatologist may ask other doctors with different specialties to help with your baby's care.”
“Mom, Dad and big sister Casey were thrilled, but the neonatologist attending the birth immediately began asking Meghan questions: Had she had gestational diabetes?”
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