Intensive Care Services at Diamond Childrens Medical Center

Neonatal Intensive Care

The birth of a new baby is a happy and joyous time. But sometimes, babies are born early or ill and need special care.

The purpose of a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is to provide specialized care for sick or premature infants. Our Level III NICU provides individualized care for premature infants and ventilator-dependent newborns.

Pediatric Intensive Care

Banner Children's at Diamond Children's Medical Center provides a pediatrics intensive care unit (PICU) with specialized services for specific childhood diseases.

Your child will receive direct patient care, and we will keep you and your family up to date on all conditions and care. We will also partner with your child’s doctors and specialists.

Our Pediatric Critical Care Board-certified pediatricians provide 24/7, in-house, comprehensive, family-centered care.

With a family-centered care plan, the PICU normally admits patients up to age 18 and older.

Learn more about Pediatric Critical Care

Academic Medicine Difference

The partnership between Banner Health and the University of Arizona brings clinical care delivery, education and research to the forefront of the patient experience. 

Learn more about academic medicine and the University of Arizona College of Medicine's Pediatric Division of Neonatology