DONATION: South Shore Hospital NeoNatal ICU

9 Nov

Wrapped Up in Sports donates 20 quilts to the South Shore Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

 

They are already in use and are the perfect size for the isolettes.
When the infant patients are ready to go home, they will go home with one of the quilts that helped to keep the light out and keep them warm.

ABOUT

At South Shore Hospital, our family-centered care is the primary reason why we’ve become the region’s number one choice for maternity care.

Family-centered care means honoring patient and family preferences. Our approach is built on five principles:

  1. Respect
  2. Information sharing
  3. Collaboration
  4. Family-to-family support
  5. Confidence building

When you combine our philosophy with our medical and nursing expertise and our partnerships with world-renowned academic medical centers, families experience an ideal blend of skill and compassion.

Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Staff believes:

  • In caring for babies with tenderness and love.
  • That families are not visitors.
  • In promoting strong family bonds.
  • In working with parents so they develop confidence and skill to care for their babies in the hospital and at home.
  • In maintaining a warm and nurturing environment for families.
  • In providing the most advanced technology delivered by a skilled team of professionals.
  • In welcoming families to provide care and comfort for their babies.
  • In creating opportunities for mother/baby intimacy within the context of a high-tech environment.
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