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The Division of Pediatric Nutrition at Cohen Children’s provides diagnostic and therapeutic services to children with nutritional disorders.
Nutrition during pregnancy is vital to keeping both you and your baby healthy. Eating well can minimize pregnancy symptoms and complications.
To support proper nutrition, we have a designated Milk Center within our NICU that is responsible for providing information, receiving milk, preparing milk and distributing milk to meet each infant’s individualized feeding plan. It is the only center of its kind in New York state.
Our Outpatient Nutrition Program provides comprehensive care for a wide range of health issues through nutritious eating.
The pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition fellowship program at Cohen Children's Medical Center is a fully accredited ACGME fellowship training program. Eight pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition attending physicians provide fellows with the clinical, didactic and research guidance necessary for comprehensive training in the field of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition. The program provides a progressive educational experience that includes development of procedural skills, responsibility for patient care and participation in research.
Northwell Health Fertility has been a leader in reproductive and infertility medicine for decades and continues to be at the forefront of research.
In our pediatric endoscopy suite, physicians of the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition have the most advanced technology available to carry out diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, specially adapted to the unique needs of children.
Cohen Children's Medical Center is one of the New York metropolitan area’s top providers of pediatric care.
Nutritional counseling is important after being diagnosed with diabetes. It is vital that each patient understands the role he/she plays in staying healthy and controlling diabetes complications through proper nutrition, diet and healthy eating habits.
Respiratory failure occurs when not enough oxygen passes from a child's lungs to their blood. Our clinicians are national experts in treating this condition, and we use all types of invasive and noninvasive mechanical ventilation to optimize the care of these children.