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"I Make A Difference" Winners - Three NICU Nurses Recognized for Outstanding Patient Care for Families During Difficult Times

Jeanette Holder, Stacie McGruder, and Marissa YoungAn excerpt from their nomination form: “When a baby is critically ill and dying, the NICU nurses really have 2 patients - the baby and the baby's family. The parents are facing decisions that they never imagined having to make and the most excruciating loss of their lives. Two of the families expressed to me how much they appreciated the care of these nurses for their babies. Each of these nurses, Jeanette Holder, Stacie McGruder, and Marissa Young have exemplified the BBH values of quality and service as they provided the highest quality complex clinical care for the babies and compassionate, gentle care for their devastated parents. They are models of the outstanding care that the NICU staff provides for the critically ill newborns in their care.”