We found 5 neonatologists who accept Coventry Catastrophic HMO near Orlando, FL.

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Specializes in Neonatology
601 E Rollins Street
Orlando, FL

Dr. Carlos Alana is a specialist in neonatology. He works in Orlando, FL, Brooksville, FL, and Spring Hill, FL. Dr. Alana is affiliated with Bayfront Health Brooksville and Bayfront Health Spring Hill. He graduated from the University of Montemorelos Faculty of Health Sciences. He is in-network for United Healthcare Compass, United Healthcare Navigate, and Coventry, as well as other insurance carriers.

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Specializes in Neonatology
2718 N Orange Avenue; Suite C
Orlando, FL

Dr. Rajan Wadhawan's specialty is neonatology. Dr. Wadhawan is in-network for Coventry, United Healthcare HSA, and United Healthcare HMO, as well as other insurance carriers. He attended medical school at Guru Nanak Dev University.

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Specializes in Neonatology
83 W Miller Street; Mp 324
Orlando, FL

Dr. Antonio Pena, who practices in Orlando, FL, is a medical specialist in neonatology. Dr. Pena is rated 4.0 stars out of 5 by his patients. He takes Coventry, Humana, Coventry Carelink, and more.

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Specializes in Neonatology
1717 S Orange Avenue; Suite 100
Orlando, FL

Dr. Yahdira Rodriguez Prado's medical specialty is neonatology. Dr. Rodriguez Prado accepts Coventry, United Healthcare HSA, United Healthcare HMO, and more.

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Specializes in Neonatology
2501 N Orange Avenue; Suite 446
Orlando, FL

Dr. Rene Ruiz Nieves is a specialist in neonatology. He works in Orlando, FL. Dr. Ruiz Nieves is an in-network provider for United Healthcare Compass, United Healthcare Navigate, Coventry, and more.

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What is Neonatology?

Neonatologists are doctors who provide care for newborn babies who need specialized medical help. These babies may be premature, sick, need surgery, or have injuries from birth. Neonatologists work in hospitals in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, or NICU, where they have access to special equipment sized to fit very small babies. Although neonatologists mostly see patients after birth, they may occasionally attend deliveries. In some cases where a problem is diagnosed during pregnancy, a neonatologist may also consult with the OBGYN or perinatologist (high-risk obstetrician).

Many of the problems that neonatologists treat are due to prematurity, where an infant is born before 37 weeks gestation. When infants are born prematurely, their bodies are often not developed enough to be able to cope with the world apart from their mother. Premature infants sometimes struggle with issues such as:
  • Breathing and lung problems, including apnea
  • Temperature regulation
  • Jaundice, a condition that causes yellowing of the skin (jaundice is common in newborns but can sometimes lead to serious complications)
  • An underdeveloped digestive system, which poses a nutritional challenge
  • An underdeveloped neurological system, which can lead to problems breathing, sucking, and swallowing

Full-term infants also sometimes require the care of a neonatologist. Problems that might affect a full-term newborn include, among others:
  • Asphyxia, or a lack of oxygen, during birth
  • Congenital birth abnormalities
  • Infections such as pneumonia or meningitis
  • Hyperbilirubinemia, or severe jaundice
  • Injuries obtained during the birth process
  • Bradycardia, or an unusually slow heartbeat

Neonatologists spend time with their tiny patients and their families, diagnose and treat any problems, and manage their daily care. They also ensure newborn babies receive adequate nutrition, which is a critical factor in their healing and growth. Having a baby in the NICU can be a scary time for families. Neonatologists have the knowledge and experience in newborn care to provide the best for your baby.
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