NICU

November 1, 2019

It’s Personal: How Mission Hospital’s NICU Goes Above and Beyond

Baby Owen was due to enter the world in August of 2016. His mother, Amanda Bauman, 35, of Waynesville, had experienced a healthy pregnancy, and all was going as planned…until an obstetrics appointment in late June led to an emergency C-section. Bauman’s August baby arrived, surprisingly, on June 21. A Sudden Turn of Events “I […]

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May 10, 2019

A Note to Moms from a Mother-Baby Nurse – Mother’s Day Tribute

By Taylor Alef, RN To be a mother-baby nurse is to feel like a witness to the art of womanhood. We are with you in the first few days of your baby’s life, supporting you and your family through the most intense physical and emotional experiences of your lives. We see the pain that comes […]

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April 9, 2019

Sewing Day! A Big Impact for Our Smallest Patients

Have you ever wondered how you can help our smallest patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)? Mission Health’s Volunteer Engagement team recently began a monthly tradition with their Sewing Day! On the first Friday of every other month, the public and team members are encouraged to come make a big difference in our […]

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