Do all hospitals have a neonatal intensive care unit?

No. Every hospital does have an area to transition babies while they maybe experiencing problems after birth. However, not all hospitals have a neonatal intensive care unit. If you have a prenatal diagnosis that recommends or suggests neonatal care after delivery you should deliver in a hospital with a level one or two nicu.
Define hospital. Some smaller hospitals do not even have nurseries, much less a neo intensive care unit. In my city, one of the two has a good neo unit. The other concentrates on mother/baby care and their small nursery is only used for lower level problems or to prepare babies for transferr to a neo unit.
No. Many do but most hospitals do not have nicus. Almost all children's hospitlals and most university and teaching hospitals have them. Certain referral hospitals and most hospitals with larger obstetrical services also are likely to have one. You would need to check with each hospital individually.

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Why do some hospitals have a neonatal intensive care unit and others dont?

Very specialized. It is a very specialized unit for taking care of newborns with problems like prematurity, respiratory issues, infections, and sometimes heart prpblems. It requires a large enough population base, a neonatologist (special highly trained pediatrician), and a sufficient level of support services and specially trained nurses and other personnel. Most hospitals do not fulfill these requirements. Read more...
Cost. Most babies are born normally proceed home without problems. However it is it very expensive to maintain a unit and therefore more cost-effective to have a regional unit that takes care of the babies needed in the surrounding area. Read more...

What does it mean for an hospital to have a level III neonatal intensive care unit?

Level 3 NICU. Level 3 neonatal ICU means they can take care of extremely premature infants that require respiratory support and have neonatologists in house 24/7. Infants can be cared for from onset of viability 23-24 weeks. Read more...

What exactly is a neonatal intensive care unit?

Very specialized. It is a very specialized unit for taking care of newborns with problems like prematurity, respiratory issues, infections, and sometimes heart prpblems. It requires a large enough population base, a neonatologist (special highly trained pediatrician), and a sufficient level of support services and specially trained nurses and other personnel. Read more...

Are their social development programs for graduates from neonatal intensive care unit?

Development. Many nicus have developmental follow up clinics to evaluate progress and needs after going home from the nicu and the children are prescribed physical, occupational, and speech therapy as is warranted. The therapy occurs on developmentally appropriate levels which is often through play therapy. Read more...
Depends. Many nick used to have follow-up clinics and graduate groups that i encourage my parents to join in an effort to one foster a community of kids with the same needs and, too they can go back to their doctor and see how well they were doing because the nicu doctors don't see them very much after they leave. We always love to see pictures of the growing babies that we helps in their critical time. Read more...