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Lifesaving Gift Brings Family Back to Children’s

In honor of Nurses Week, Christy Corey shares her daughter’s journey and attributes her survival with Children’s nurse Kerry Wilder. During delivery, Christy and baby Aarlyn suffered a placenta abruption – they were both hemorrhaging. After being stabilized at the local hospital, Aarlyn was careflighted to Children’s where a Neonatal ICU team waited for her. […]

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Greyson with his Mom and Dad

Little Boy Wonder: Part 2

Newborn Greyson was taken by ambulance, with Dad Edward and the Children’s Transport team, to the Neonatal ICU where the neonatal team waited for him. Greyson underwent more extensive diagnostic testing, including an X-ray with contrast dye to locate the obstruction’s position. Wendy was waiting for him as soon as the surgery was done. Joseph Murphy, […]

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Meet N.Y. Giants Fan Dr. James Moore

Dr. James Moore, M.D. Ph.D. Medical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Children’s Medical Center Associate Professor of Pediatrics, UT Southwestern WHAT HE DOES: Multifaceted job includes caring for critically ill neonates and planning and implementing growth of the Neonatal ICU. CITY BOY: Born and raised in New York. “My dad and grandpa cheered […]

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