Since 1996, the First Coast Neonatal Symposium has presented neonatal care professionals with the opportunity to expand their knowledge by providing diversified topics and presentations on the latest evidence based practices.

Since 1996, the First Coast Neonatal Symposium has presented neonatal care professionals with the opportunity to expand their knowledge by providing diversified topics and presentations on the latest evidence based practices.

Since 1996, the First Coast Neonatal Symposium has presented neonatal care professionals with the opportunity to expand their knowledge by providing diversified topics and presentations on the latest evidence based practices.

Since 1996, the First Coast Neonatal Symposium has presented neonatal care professionals with the opportunity to expand their knowledge by providing diversified topics and presentations on the latest evidence based practices.

Since 1996, the First Coast Neonatal Symposium has presented neonatal care professionals with the opportunity to expand their knowledge by providing diversified topics and presentations on the latest evidence based practices.

AGENDA

Discover what’s happening at our April 29 & 30, 2020 symposium

SYMPOSIUM GIVES BACK

We are giving away local scholarships

LOCATION

Our April 29 & 30, 2020 symposium is at the World Golf Village Renaissance St. Augustine Resort, St. Augustine, FL

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Our neonatal conference presents state-of-the-art information on the diagnosis and management of disease processes in the NICU patient.

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Our neonatal conference reviews current knowledge of the care of the sick neonate as well as the normal newborn.

First Coast Neonatal Symposium Objectives Graphic
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Our neonatal conference recognizes new trends toward improving outcomes in pregnancy and the neonate.

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Our neonatal conference instructs and updates participants on the appropriate nutritional and developmental care of the neonate.

The 2020 First Coast Neonatal Symposium will not take place in-person in the wake of numerous travel restrictions and public health guidance associated with the pandemic spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). In lieu of an in-person meeting, the First Coast Neonatal Symposium planning committee is working with scheduled speakers to develop a new live and on-demand virtual experience to meet the continuing education needs of neonatal healthcare professionals. After careful consideration, the planning committee came to the conclusion that it is not possible to meet in person, but the Symposium’s content and engagement is accessible in an online event. All currently registered participants will have their registration transferred to the online event, featuring live and on-demand continuing education. Further information about the online event is forthcoming. If you would like a full refund, please email lmoore@srahec.org. We will respond to your request within 72 hours. Any hotel reservations booked within the group block at the World Golf Village Renaissance St. Augustine Resort have been cancelled automatically without penalty. Reservations made outside the group block and ground/air transportation must be cancelled individually. While we are disappointed to not gather with you in-person for the 24th Annual First Coast Neonatal Symposium, public health must come first. We especially hope that our participants and colleagues in the medical community who are working to contain and treat the virus will remain safe and healthy. Thank you for your understanding, The First Coast Neonatal Symposium Planning Committee Further information about the 2020 Online Event coming soon.

First Coast Neonatal Symposium Committee Statement
Corona Virus Update