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WakeMed Urgent Cares closed at 4:30 pm on December 10. All other WakeMed Physician Practices were closed on December 10. 

On December 11, many services will open at 10 am, and WakeMed Physician Practices, including Urgent Cares, will be opening at 11 am.

See a detailed list of closings and delays.

Remember, our hospitals and emergency departments are always open.

Cary Hospital Level III Nursery

WakeMed Cary Hospital has a Special Care Nursery that provides care for babies needing short-term intensive care. The facility shares a full-time staff of highly skilled neonatologists and 24-hour neonatal nurse practitioners with our Raleigh Campus.

If necessary, babies can easily be transferred to the Raleigh Campus for a higher level of medical care via our specially equipped Children's Transport Team. If a baby is transferred to the Raleigh Campus, we also make every effort to transfer the mother to the Women's Pavilion & Birthplace - Raleigh so she can complete her post-partum stay closer to her child. 

Learn more about our comprehensive Neonatal Intensive Care Services.

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Visitation Restrictions

RSV season is here, and in an effort to protect our tiniest patients from illness, children ages 12 and younger will not be allowed to visit the NICU, PICU, Special Care Nurseries, Children's Hospital or Labor, Delivery & Postpartum Units.

NICU News

Read articles, stories, and news related to neonatal intensive care.

Interested in submitting your NICU story?

Email us: info@wakemed.org

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