Dr. Richard Porreco, Director of Maternal Fetal Medicine at P/SL, talks about a life saving surgery for a baby in-utero.
Students make blankets for the @RMHCFamily NICU ward. We are so thankful! https://t.co/oAEeDOBrA6 https://t.co/MKEhsDO26i
See Lizzy’s amazing story and the success she had working with Dr. Barolat and neuromodulation stimulation: https://t.co/QE6fO5qQFz
Five years, five locations. Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children couldn’t be happier to mark its five year milestone in Denver. Learn more about our pediatric services: http://bit.ly/1PLwZCP #highfivewerefive Posted on Wed, November 25 2015
Landry Johnson, born at just 25 weeks, became gravely ill and was transported to the Level IV NICU (highest acuity- only one in Denver) at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL. Admitted for more than 100 days, Landry underwent multiple abdominal surgeries until he was finally released on Oct. 16. Landry’s oldest brother, Rowen, along with his Destination ImagiNation group (average age of 6), made blankets to donate to the NICU for other patients facing similar hurdles as his brother for the Thanksgiving holiday. We are so thankful! Posted on Tue, November 24 2015