Neonatal Intensive Care at Sky Ridge

Level III NICU, Caring for Sick and Premature Babies

As a Level III NICU, Sky Ridge offers comprehensive care to some of the smallest patients in our community.

While no parent wants to think about having a child in the NICU, families at Sky Ridge can be assured that their babies are receiving the very best medical care and support.

This includes appropriate equipment, technology, staffing and access to sub-specialist pediatricians to care for specific problems. Our NICU provides the best environment for premature and ill babies, born as young as 24 weeks, to grow until their parents can care for them just like a full-term baby.

Features of Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

  • NICView baby cams for live video feed monitoring upon request
  • 23 private rooms
  • One triplet room and three twin rooms
  • Two parent "rooming in" rooms when parents need to be close to baby
  • Ronald McDonald Family Room
  • State-of-the-art monitors and ventilators
Private NICU Room

Meet Our NICU Medical Director

Dr. Joe Toney, Medical Director Sky Ridge NICU Joe Toney, MD, Neonatologist and Medical Director of Sky Ridge's NICU, has played a crucial role in expanding the services that we provide to newborns in our unit. Dr. Toney is a physician affiliated with Pediatrix/Obstetrix, a nationwide practice of physicians founded in 1979 who provide specialized care for high-risk babies, children and mothers.

Learn More About Dr. Toney

How Rocky Mountain Children's Health Foundation Supports Our Patients

Annual NICU Reunion

2017 NICU Reunion

Sky Ridge Neonatal Intensive Care Unit graduates come together each year to reconnect and visit with staff members that cared for them in the early days.

2017 NICU Reunion Photo Gallery

Lilly's NICU Story

Lilly's NICU Story

Weighing just three pounds at birth, Lilly spent two months at Sky Ridge's Level III NICU where she and her family found a caring team of medical experts that they are forever thankful for.

Read Lilly's Story