Visitors are not accepted except for parents.

Visits are scheduled between 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Make your visit for a short time because frequent and long visits are risky in terms of infection.

Information about the patient is given only to the mother and father by the patient’s doctor. No information is given about the patient over the phone.

When babies are brought to the intensive care unit, their fathers are informed at the there. Father’s visit to the intensive care unit are scheduled between 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM on Saturdays.

If the Newborn Intensive Care Unit is not available, the visit and information time may change for that day.

Parents with fever, diarrhea, cough, vomiting, nose flow, flu infection and other contagious diseases are not taken for visits until their illness is over.

Families are not allowed to take photos of babies lying in the newborn intensive care unit, and only the baby’s nurse can take photos of the baby on the family’s phone.

When entering the Intensive Care Unit, WASH YOUR HANDS and use hand antiseptic for hand hygiene at the sink at the entrance of the newborn intensive care unit. Wear a visitor apron and a mask when entering the Newborn Intensive Care Unit. You can ask our staff for help.

Do not touch incubators, disarrange patient files, or touch other patients during the visit in terms of infection risk.

Newborn intensive care nurses will inform mothers about milking.

When leaving the intensive care unit, wash your hands in the sink at the entrance of the intensive care unit and use Hand Antiseptic for Hand Hygiene.

At the end of your visit, remove the visitor’s apron and hand it over to the nurse.

In case of an expected or unexpected negative situation in the follow-up of the patient, the relatives of the patient are informed by contacting their phone numbers.