The hospitals of GZA and ZNA will build a shared facility for neonatal intensive care and fertility. The two existing services will be brought together in a new building on GZA’s Saint Augustine campus. “We want to join forces to build a real centre of expertise,” says Peter Peeters of the GZA management. The collaboration of ZNA and GZA is in line with the government’s intent of concentrating specialized care. The new facility will have 30 beds, making it the fifth largest in Belgium. Together, each year the hospitals provide care for more than 8000 deliveries and some 800 babies in their NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit).

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