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Our Obstetrics Stories

Hattie's NICU Story

Jun 6, 2019
Photo of Hattie“My son was born six weeks early at Twin Cities Community Hospital. Shortly after, he was airlifted to Sierra Vista where he was in the NICU for about 3 weeks. All I can say was the nursing staff in the department were awesome and so wonderful… As difficult as the process was with your newborn in the NICU, those nurses did everything to make you feel comfortable and welcomed. They would call with updates in the middle of the night if you wanted them to and were just so helpful. They would walk you through everything with your baby and let you be a part of how ever much you wanted! I will never forget my experience with this NICU center and never forget the wonderful nurses who took care of my baby!

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