Northern Virginia’s Leading Provider of Subpediatric Care

At Fairfax Neonatal Associates, PC (FNA), we strive to provide the best possible care, experience, and outcomes for each and every patient we serve.

Our services are provided at hospitals throughout the Northern Virginia region.

Neonatology

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is an inpatient hospital unit where a team of specially-trained professionals is needed to care for critically-ill newborns and to support their parents and families.

NICUs are organized around the needs of the baby within the level of care and resources assigned at the hospital. Listed here are many of the types of health care professionals who may be involved in the care of your child.

The neonatologists, pediatric hospitalists and nurse practitioners of Fairfax Neonatal Associates work at Inova L.J. Murphy Children’s Hospital, Inova Fair Oaks Hospital, and Inova Loudoun Hospital as independent medical group devoted exclusively to the best care possible for NICU patients.

Newborn Care

FNA’s professionals provide newborn nursery care for over 16,000 infants born annually in the hospitals we serve in Northern Virginia. Our professional staff is available to provide the initial physical examination and other necessary services for babies whose primary care providers do not see newborns in the hospital. Each newborn is expected to have a pediatrician or primary care provider identified for follow-up prior to discharge from the hospital.

Fetal Care

Expecting a baby is an exciting time, full of anticipation for your newest addition to your family. For mothers expecting children with fetal health concerns, like congenital heart or genetic anomalies, this time of joy can turn to one filled with questions and stress. The Fetal Care Center at Inova L.J. Murphy Children’s Hospital is here to provide specialized care for expectant families in this time of need.

Pediatric Hospitalists

Fairfax Neonatal Associates’ pediatric hospitalists are board-certified in pediatrics and maintain certification in pediatric advanced life support (PALS) and neonatal resuscitation (NRP). They have extensive experience in all aspects of hospital care from the newborn through adolescence.