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March of Dimes and The Woman's Hospital of Texas to Create the Nation's Largest NICU Family Support Program




Expansion plans were announced at the Houston Chronicle Best Dressed Luncheon & Neiman Marcus Fashion Presentation benefiting March of Dimes.


The Woman’s Hospital of Texas, an HCA Houston Healthcare affiliate, will soon become the nation’s first hospital with two March of Dimes Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Family Support Program coordinators. This program expansion marks a critical step toward ensuring every family with a critically ill or premature baby in Houston’s most-active NICU receives education, information and comfort when


The announcement was made today at the Houston Chronicle Best Dressed Luncheon & Neiman Marcus Fashion Presentation benefiting March of Dimes, which is poised to raise more than $2 million for the health of all moms and babies.


Set to take place in April, the expansion will add a second March of Dimes NICU Family Support Program coordinator at The Woman’s Hospital of Texas where more than 2,500 premature babies are born every year, more than any other Texas hospital.


The Woman’s Hospital of Texas first launched the March of Dimes program in 2010.



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Great news!  As a proud father of two children who were delivered at this hospital - one of which was a premie who was in the NICU for 16 days - this will be a wonderful asset for all who use this hospital.  Which in case some of you don’t know has patients from all over Texas and neighboring states.


Ill bet they’re shuttling employees from offsite as the parking there can be a problem during regular business hours.

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They do a great job there. Our daughter was in there for the last 4 1/2 months of her pregnancy due to complications and everything worked out great. We now have a 4 year old grandson,

who would not be here today if it hadn't been for the doctors and nursing staff who kept our daughter and baby in great condition.

We are so thankful to them. I cant imagine not having my best little buddy Ryder around. The joy of my life.



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