From antepartum to OR, to the MBU and NICU, we have never once felt that we were not in good hands
I was hospitalized 5/8 at 30 weeks with preeclampsia with severe features and remained on antepartum until delivery on 5/31. I remember being terrified that I was being transferred so far from home. Once I arrived, however, my husband and I were quickly put at ease. The doctors and nurses were so caring and attentive that we knew right away that myself and our son would be in good hands. The kindness they showed throughout my antepartum stay was above the call of duty. We were kept laughing and in good spirits despite everything that was going on. Each nurse brought their own talents to caring for us, but one in particular stood out. My husband and I were unable to get maternity pictures due to how early I was hospitalized, and the lovely “British Michelle” offered to take maternity pictures for us while on the unit. Not only that, but she took them for almost every mother on antepartum during COVID. That coupled with her heart and sense of humor made her a standout nurse for us. And, through some crazy coincidence and act of God she was able to be scrubbed in for our emergency C section and provide a familiar face for comfort.
Overall, from antepartum to OR, to the MBU and NICU, we have never once felt that we were not in good hands. We are so grateful for the care received here. Thank you Bronson team!