St Jude became my home away from home... I had my baby girl November of 2016 and wanted to share my amazing time at st Jude
I was admitted after seeing dr Su for my 24 week apt when she informed me I was 1cm dilated and told me to head across the st to labor and delivery she would call to let them know I was coming.
Upon arrival I was told to go straight up thru the elevators. As I walked up a nurse asked if I was Eveline, then was escorted me to a room asked to change into a robe and my nurse and dr would be right with me.
The nurse and drs where absolutely amazing (it was a scary thought to think my Baby could be born at only 24 weeks) they helped calm me, as best as could be expected, and explained what would/could happen and what they would do to help prevent everything and started giving me meds.
Little did I know I would be staying there for 8 weeks as I had on again off again contractions until baby girl was born at 32 weeks.
I got to be familiar with all the drs but big thank you to dr Su (my ob), dr Cortez (helped with a complication I had) and dr Henderson (great man who delivered my baby) they where amazing!!!
The nurses omg if I could name them all!!! I'm pretty sure I had all the nurses from labor and delivery floor at one point or another. I mean 8weeks that 56 days and a 112 nurse shifts, but they where all great! A big thank you to Laura and Amina from mommy baby floor they took such great care of me!! and all the nurses in the NICU that took great care of baby girl for the month she had to stay. Each day I would walk in they would give me updates on my baby and each night when I would leave in tears, because it was so hard to leave her, they would reassure me she was in great hands. Plus the NICU webcam was the best thing ever!