Angel Eye Cameras Connect Families with Newborns in ICN
Doylestown Health's VIA Maternity Center now offers the Angel Eye Camera system, a secure, Internet-based video solution where cameras are placed at the baby's bedside in the intensive care nursery (ICN), and then a live feed is made available to family and loved ones.
Some babies born premature or who may have health concerns that need additional attention may have to stay in the ICN for weeks or months. Angel Eye video monitoring was designed to help parents who can't be at the ICN check in on their baby and further their bond with the child. Parents or family with access information can log into a secure account from their laptop, tablet or smart phone.
This service is made possible through generous contributions to the Doylestown Health Foundation.
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About the VIA Maternity Center
Doylestown Health’s VIA Maternity Center is rated among the best in the region for maternity care with services available for every stage of pregnancy through the birth experience. The VIA Maternity Center features a 32-bed maternity unit that includes 9 labor, delivery & recovery rooms, 22 private post-partum rooms, and a Level II NICU staffed by CHOP neonatologists.
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