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  • Maternity & Neonatal Social Work - Cork University Hospital
    Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Support Services Maternity Neonatal Social Work Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services Support Services Clinical Nutrition Parent Craft Classes Physiotherapy Maternity Neonatal Social Work Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Maternity-Services/Support-Services/Maternity-Neonatal-Social-Work/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss - Cork University Hospital
    Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services Support Services Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Pregnancy Loss Clinic Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z CUMH Publications Read more Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss Bereavement Loss Services at CUMH The aim of this service is to provide an opportunity to discuss any concerns a couple may have following pregnancy loss All women attending Cork University Maternity Hospital who experience pregnancy loss are welcome to make contact with any of the professionals listed below Bereavement Loss Midwives Anna Maria Verling 353 0 87 9052710 Orla O Connell

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Maternity-Services/Miscarriage-Pregnancy-Loss/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Pregnancy Loss Clinic - Cork University Hospital
    Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Pregnancy Loss Clinic Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services Support Services Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Pregnancy Loss Clinic Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z CUMH Publications Read more Pregnancy Loss Clinic Consultant Dr Keelin O Donoghue MB BCh BAO PhD MRCOG Specialist Midwives Anna Maria Verling Orla O Connell Administrative Support Linda Walsh The aim of this clinic is to investigate the medical causes of pregnancy loss and to provide information and support to parents who experience pregnancy loss The clinic is held on Wednesday mornings on Ward

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Maternity-Services/Miscarriage-Pregnancy-Loss/Pregnancy-Loss-Clinic/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Welcome to the Department of Neonatology - Cork University Hospital
    Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Newborn Care Department of Neonatology Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Newborn Care Department of Neonatology Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z CUMH Publications Read more Welcome to the Department of Neonatology The department is located on the ground floor of the hospital adjacent to the delivery suite The unit can be accessed either by the stairs directly opposite the main entrance of CUMH or via the lifts to the ground floor The neonatal unit is level 3 and provides all aspects of medical care for newborn infants The unit is staffed for 37 cots and is divided into two areas intensive care for the most fragile infants and the intermediate care area for babies who are more stable or progressing towards discharge Approximately 1 in 10 of all babies born in CUMH will require admission to the neonatal unit The most common reasons a full term baby may require admission include breathing or feeding difficulties These infants usually only spend a few days in the unit Premature infants will generally spend longer perhaps several weeks in the unit depending on their birth gestation and weight Infants who require surgery will usually be transferred to a paediatric surgical unit Care of infants in the neonatal unit involves a multidisciplinary team incorporating medical and nursing staff and a multidisciplinary team including speech therapy physiotherapy social services occupational therapy biomedical engineers secretarial staff and nutritionists along with other support services The neonatal team is led

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Newborn-Care/Department-of-Neonatology/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Newborn Care - Cork University Hospital
    Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Newborn Care Newborn Care Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Newborn Care Department of Neonatology Newborn Care Newborn Hearing Screening Programme NHSP Welcome NHSP Public Information NHSP What is Screening NHSP Leaflets and Booklets NHSP Leaflets and Booklets As Gaeilge NHSP Information in other Languages NSHP Frequently Asked Questions Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z CUMH Publications Read more Newborn Care Caring for your baby It is very important that you take part in caring for your

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Newborn-Care/Newborn-Care/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Newborn Hearing Screening Programme - Cork University Hospital
    Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Clinic Schedule GPs Clinicians Our Clinical Specialists Patient Information Leaflets Referral Process Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Newborn Care Newborn Care Newborn Hearing Screening Programme Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Newborn Care Department of Neonatology Newborn Care Newborn Hearing Screening Programme NHSP Welcome NHSP Public Information NHSP What is Screening NHSP Leaflets and Booklets NHSP Leaflets and Booklets As Gaeilge NHSP Information in other Languages NSHP Frequently Asked Questions Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Newborn-Care/Newborn-Care/Newborn-Hearing-Screening-Programme/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Newborn Hearing Screening Programme - Welcome - Cork University Hospital
    Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Newborn Care Newborn Care NHSP Welcome Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Newborn Care Department of Neonatology Newborn Care Newborn Hearing Screening Programme NHSP Welcome NHSP Public Information NHSP What is Screening NHSP Leaflets and Booklets NHSP Leaflets and Booklets As Gaeilge NHSP Information in other Languages NSHP Frequently Asked Questions Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Newborn-Care/Newborn-Care/NHSP-Welcome/ (2016-02-02)
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  • Newborn Hearing Screening Programme - Public Information - Cork University Hospital
    second hearing screening test and what does it involve 6 Why has my baby been referred for an appointment at the audiology hearing clinic 1 Why screen my baby s hearing Your baby will be offered a series of routine health checks in the first few weeks of life This will include a hearing screening test One to two babies in every 1 000 are born with a hearing loss in one or both ears It is not easy to identify that a young baby has a hearing loss The hearing screening test will allow those babies who do have a hearing loss to be identified early Early identification is known to be important for the development of the child It also means that support and information can be provided to parents at an early stage It is important to screen all babies even if no one in your family has a hearing loss Most babies born with a hearing loss are born into families with no history of hearing loss 2 What does the newborn hearing screening test involve Your newborn baby will be offered the hearing screening test at Cork University Maternity Hospital soon after birth The hearing screen is usually done before you leave the hospital A trained hearing screener carries out the hearing screening test The screener places a small soft tipped earpiece in the outer part of your baby s ear which sends clicking sounds down the ear When an ear receives sound the inner part known as the cochlea usually produces an echo The screening equipment can pick up this echo This type of test is called an Automated Otoacoustic Emission AOAE screening test The AOAE screening test only takes a few minutes and does not hurt your baby The hearing screening test will usually be done while your baby is asleep or settled You can stay with your baby while the screening test is done 3 How can I help prepare my baby for the hearing screening test The screening test is easier to carry out if your baby is asleep Don t worry if your baby will not settle Your hearing screener will understand that it is difficult to get a young baby to sleep The following may help your baby to settle during the test If possible feed your baby shortly before the hearing screening test Ensure you have the things you may need to make your baby comfortable and happy 4 When will I get the results of the hearing screening test and what do they mean We will give you the results at the time of the screening test If you have any concerns or questions about your baby s results contact the Newborn Hearing Screening Programme on 021 4545001 If the screening test shows a clear response from both of your baby s ears this means that your baby is unlikely to have a hearing loss The Newborn Hearing Screening Programme is a very reliable way of detecting

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Newborn-Care/Newborn-Care/NHSP-Public-Information/ (2016-02-02)
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