Neonatal Follow-up Programs

Description: Neonatal Follow-up is a statewide program whose threefold mission is to: Offer 2½ year interdisciplinary follow-up services to an at-risk graduate from a referring newborn intensive care unit (NICU); Complement the care provided by the child’s medical home; Provide feedback to the referring NICU.

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Ogden, UT

2540 Washington Boulevard, Suite 144
Ogden Regional Center
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: 801-587-2255
Organization Name: University Developmental Assessment Center (UDAC), Pediatrics, University of Utah
Address: 2540 Washington Boulevard, Suite 144
Ogden Regional Center
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: 801-587-2255
Fax: 801-584-8242
Eligibility: For infants who meet eligibility criteria or have developmental concerns. Sliding scale based on income. If you believe your infant would benefit from this program, please call. Criteria, any one of the following: birthweight less than or equal to 2 lbs, 12 oz; gestational age under 26 weeks; ECMO support required; diagnosis of HIE, referral by a medical provider.
Services Provided: Neonatal Follow-up is a statewide program whose threefold mission is to:
-Offer 2½ year interdisciplinary follow-up services to an at-risk graduate from a referring newborn intensive care unit (NICU)
-Complement the care provided by the child’s medical home
-Provide feedback to the referring NICU
The program offers periodic screening by a multidisciplinary team. When indicated, the program assists with or refers to appropriate intervention and financial services. The program provides psychosocial support as needed.
The NFP services are tailored to the needs of each child. A summary of each evaluation is sent to the child’s medical home and to the referring newborn intensive care unit. With parent approval, the summary is also sent to other providers involved in the child’s care.
Services offered: Developmental pediatrics, Child psychology (developmental testing), Speech/Language pathology, Nutrition (nutritional analysis), Audiology (hearing evaluation), Neurology (brain/nervous system evaluation--Provo location), Physical/Occupational therapy (motor skills evaluation).
Provider Profiles: Clinic one Monday per month 8:00 am to noon

Mailing Address: Neonatal Follow-up Program
Box 144630
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4630
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Last Updated: 6/1/2017

Provo, UT

151 South University Avenue, Suite 1709
Utah County Health and Justice Building, Women's Clinic
Provo, UT 84601
Phone: 801-587-2255
Organization Name: University Developmental Assessment Center (UDAC), Pediatrics, University of Utah
Address: 151 South University Avenue, Suite 1709
Utah County Health and Justice Building, Women's Clinic
Provo, UT 84601
Phone: 801-587-2255
Eligibility: For infants who meet eligibility criteria or have developmental concerns. Sliding scale based on income. If you believe your infant would benefit from this program, please call. Criteria, any one of the following: birthweight less than or equal to 2 lbs, 12 oz; gestational age under 26 weeks; ECMO support required; diagnosis of HIE, referral by a medical provider.
Services Provided: Neonatal Follow-up is a statewide program whose threefold mission is to:
-Offer 2½ year interdisciplinary follow-up services to an at-risk graduate from a referring newborn intensive care unit (NICU)
-Complement the care provided by the child’s medical home
-Provide feedback to the referring NICU
The program offers periodic screening by a multidisciplinary team. When indicated, the program assists with or refers to appropriate intervention and financial services. The program provides psychosocial support as needed.
The NFP services are tailored to the needs of each child. A summary of each evaluation is sent to the child’s medical home and to the referring newborn intensive care unit. With parent approval, the summary is also sent to other providers involved in the child’s care.
Services offered: Developmental pediatrics, Child psychology (developmental testing), Speech/Language pathology, Nutrition (nutritional analysis), Audiology (hearing evaluation) Neurology (brain/nervous system evaluation--Provo location), Physical/Occupational therapy (motor skills evaluation).
Provider Profiles: Clinic hours two Friday mornings per month, 8:00 am to noon
Team members travel to each clinic site to provide services.

The University of Utah is assuming responsibility for clinical services formerly provided by the Bureau of Child Development, Utah Department of Health.
Clinical services for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)
Original Source:
Last Updated: 6/1/2017

Salt Lake City, UT

81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Outpatient Services
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Organization Name: University Developmental Assessment Center (UDAC), Pediatrics, University of Utah
Address: 81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Outpatient Services
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Email: NFP@utah.gov
Eligibility: For infants who meet eligibility criteria or have developmental concerns. Sliding scale based on income. If you believe your infant would benefit from this program, please call. Criteria, any one of the following: birthweight less than or equal to 2 lbs, 12 oz; gestational age under 26 weeks; ECMO support required; diagnosis of HIE, referral by a medical provider.
Services Provided: Clinical services for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN). Neonatal Follow-up is a statewide program whose threefold mission is to:
-Offer 2½ year interdisciplinary follow-up services to an at-risk graduate from a referring newborn intensive care unit (NICU)
-Complement the care provided by the child’s medical home
-Provide feedback to the referring NICU
The program offers periodic screening by a multidisciplinary team. When indicated, the program assists with or refers to appropriate intervention and financial services. The program provides psychosocial support as needed.
The NFP services are tailored to the needs of each child. A summary of each evaluation is sent to the child’s medical home and to the referring newborn intensive care unit. With parent approval, the summary is also sent to other providers involved in the child’s care.
Services offered: Developmental pediatrics, Child psychology (developmental testing), Speech/Language pathology, Nutrition (nutritional analysis), Audiology (hearing evaluation), Neurology (brain/nervous system evaluation--Provo location), Physical/Occupational therapy (motor skills evaluation).
Provider Profiles: Clinic Tuesday and Thursday mornings in Salt Lake, 8 am - 12 noon

NFP clinics held in Salt Lake, Ogden (3rd and 5th Monday of each month) and Provo, by referral by NICU or medical care provider.

Imagine Perfect Care seed funded project

The University of Utah has assumed responsibility for clinical services formerly provided by the Bureau of Child Development, Utah Department of Health.
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Last Updated: 1/22/2018