The Maternal and Child Health Division at the Indiana State Department of Health has granted a Three-Year accreditation to Indiana University Health Arnett Hospital as an Obstetrics Level of Care III and Neonatal Level of Care III. To achieve a Level III accreditation, IU Health Arnett must be equipped to care for complex maternal medical conditions and obstetric complications as well as infants requiring neonatal intensive care. In addition, they must be equipped and prepared to stabilize and transfer maternal and neonatal patients to the level of care appropriate to their medical condition.
Being granted a Level III care program, IU Health Arnett Hospital is committed to maintaining levels of excellence in the delivery of comprehensive, patient-centered, multidisciplinary care resulting in high-quality care for women and newborns. Patients receiving care at IU Health Arnett Hospital have access to onsite 24/7 care for obstetrics and neonatology services that include highly skilled obstetricians, midwives, neonatologists, neonatal nurse practitioners, certified registered nurse anesthetists, lactation consultants and skilled nursing and support staff.
“We are proud to achieve this prestigious accreditation. Our staff has worked tirelessly to achieve this certification,” said Abhay Singhal, MD, medical director and neonatologist with IU Health Arnett. “We are proud to work with the Indiana State Department of Health to ensure safe and high quality care is delivered to women and newborns”