Spinal cord imaging is hampered by static and respiration-induced dynamic variations of B0, causing serious issues for EPI-based protocols and spectroscopy. Integrated ΔB0/Rx arrays could provide an effective means to further compensate small-scale variations, complementary to the existing spherical harmonic coils. Here, we designed, built and tested in a human subject an 8-channel integrated ΔB0/Rx coil for the cervical spinal cord. Results showed improvements for correcting static field variations as well as respiratory-induced variations. Future studies will investigate dynamic and real time shimming applications for the spinal cord.