During Sandy

Sandy brought massive destruction to the states just North of me. I have said a prayer for all those who have suffered loss of loved ones and for the loss of homes and property. God bless all of you!

I worked the entire 3 nights of the storm in the NICU at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Maryland. We heard about the evacuation of the NICU in New York at NYU and our thoughts and prayers went immediately to the staff. What we were hearing was that the babies had to be hand carried down 9 flights of stairs in the dark into waiting ambulances, all while Sandy was flooding the streets! Wow! I can't imagine having to move our 45 babies under those circumstances! I know we are trained to do it but it seems so crazy. Here are some pictures that made me proud to be a NICU RN!

Nurse Margot Condon cradles a preterm baby during the evacuation.  No incubators, no heat except from Margot.



julieQ said…
Wow! So proud of you terrific nurses!
Gene Black said…
It is amazing what we can do when we have to. I am glad they had good training. Go Nurses!
Pamela Kieffer said…
What a wonderful bunch.
Jocelyn said…
You nurses are surely Angels of Mercy. Thank you for what you do!
Praise the Lord!!!
Loris said…
I was overwhelmed to think of what they were dealing with. Amazing work by all of them!
Pokey said…
This is such an inspiring share, Stephanie. It is amazing the compassion that nurses and others can give to the needy. I appreciate every time my hand is held by a nurse when I'm in an unknown situation/procedure. Hugs to you!
julieQ said…
Hey Steph...you won something from me...please send me your addie!!


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