Once again our firm teamed up to participate in March for Babies 2011. This event helps raise money and promote awareness for the March of Dimes, helping them with their mission of research and education so that more babies can be born healthy. The event will be held on April 30th at the Montgomery Riverwalk Amphitheater. Holly Newton is again coordinating this event for our firm. We have an official ambassador for the walk and he is JP, the grandson of Sandra Walters.
JP was born on March 14, 2009, weighing 1lb 5oz. Sandra, who works with Rhon Jones in the Toxic Torts Section of the firm, says that for the four months JP was in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unite (NICU) at Baptist Medical Center, “he had the most caring doctors and nurses who were both knowledgeable and compassionate.” Sandra says these healthcare professionals always made sure the family understood fully the care and treatment JP was receiving. Fortunately, JP will celebrate his second birthday next month.
Sandra says, as with any 2-year-old, her grandson is always ready to run and play. He is “full steam ahead.” None of this would be possible without Baptist South’s NICU. We are pleased to be able to help them so they can do their good and important work. When my wife Sara was teaching nursing at Troy University, she would take her students to the NICU at Baptist for extensive training. I learned a great deal from Sara about the good work done at the NICU by the doctors and nurses. We are blessed to have the opportunity to help those medical professionals who are working with babies who badly need their help. Little JP’s story is evidence of the good work done by these doctors and nurses.
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