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Patient Stories, Celebrating 40 Years
|A NICU STORY|
When her water broke at just 25-weeks gestation and her labor started, Tamara Walden-Regenold knew that her infant son would be fighting for his life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Howard County General Hospital. WATCH
|COUNTY EXECUTIVE KEN ULMAN:|
GENERATIONS BORN AT HCGH
Read about how much HCGH services have evolved through the generations of babies being delivered. READ MORE
|HUMANITY IN GERIATRIC CARE|
Jackie Jones Benner, the daughter of a former patient, is thankful for the compassionate care given to her elderly father. In this video she reads a letter written to the hospital and gives us a glimpse of her wonderful memories. WATCH
|LOCAL DOCTORS RALLY FOR DOCTOR'S SON AFTER SPORTS INJURY|
Nick Koutrelakos was a sophomore and a standout varsity soccer player at Marriotts Ridge High School, when an ordinary soccer game took a life-threatening turn. READ MORE
When Moira Mattingly went into labor at 24 weeks, she had no idea what to expect. She just knew it was important to delay delivery as long as possible; but, after one week, it was evident that baby Emily was going to be born extremely early. WATCH
|QUICK THINKING & MEDICAL EXPERTISE SAVE A TINY LIFE|
When nine-day-old Alex Torcaso arrived at the HCGH Emergency Room in May 2005, he was in shock and his parents were terrified and confused. READ MORE
|THERAPY OPENS UP A WHOLE NEW WORLD|
Colin was nearly 4 when he began receiving therapy for sensory processing disorder and dyspraxia. His mother credits the therapist for equipping both Colin and his parents with tools they didn’t have. READ MORE
|WHY IS IT CALLED THE LUNDY FAMILY NICU?|
Benjamin Burton is a bright and lively second-grader, but it has been a long road to get to this happy, normal point that most families take for granted. Although Ben’s birth was uneventful, things soon took a scary turn. READ HIS STORY