Neonatologist-performed echocardiography (NPE) is an established tool for bedside hemodynamic evaluation, including pulmonary hypertension (PH). PH may complicate bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) course. Aims of this retrospective study were to assess the feasibility of NPE follow-up of infants with BPD and to describe the course of PH of infants with moderate/severe BPD. Preterm infants <32 gestational weeks or birthweight ≤1500 g with moderate/severe BPD underwent NPE follow-up, from 36 weeks postmenstrual age up to 8 months postnatal age. Twenty-three preemies were included (birth weight 840 (213) g, gestational age 26.8 (2.3) weeks); 12/23 developed mild PH, 2/12 after discharge. PH resolved at 8.9 (3.9) months. Clinical and echocardiographic variables did not differ between infants with and without PH, except pulmonary artery acceleration time (PAAT) and PAAT/right ventricle ejection time (RVET) ratio (PAAT: 36 weeks, 68.9 (11.9) vs 52.0 (19.1), p = 0.0443; 6 months: 83.9 (38.9) vs 74.8 (16.9), p = 0.0372). No deaths or admissions for PH were reported. Neonatologist’s Image Quality Assessment score attributed by the cardiologist assumed as gold standard was adequate or optimal (9.5/14 total score); inter-rater agreement was excellent (ICC 0.974).Conclusions: NPE follow-up seems to be feasible and safe in both intensive care and outpatient clinic. Mild PH is frequently detected in moderate/severe BPD, with good prognosis. What is Known: • Preterm infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) may develop pulmonary hypertension (PH) and have a late diagnosis. • Neonatologist-performed echocardiography (NPE) is an established tool for bedside hemodynamic evaluation of the neonate. What is New: • To our knowledge this is the first study of NPE follow-up of moderate/severe BPD, describing the course of mild PH from diagnosis to its resolution. • NPE follow-up of BPD seems to be safe and practicable, in both intensive care and outpatient clinic, as long as neonatologists maintain a sound collaboration with pediatric cardiologists.