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Brittany’s Story: Weathering the Storm

April 30th, 2022  | HIElights of Hope

“The smoothest stones have weathered the roughest storms.” Brittany is no stranger to loss. She had to pick up the pieces of her life after her only sister was killed in 2001, and then again when a close friend died in a scooter accident two weeks before the birth of her first child, Dreaven. But it wasn’t until Dreaven loomed […]

Abigail’s Story: Little Llama Lu

April 30th, 2022  | HIElights of Hope

Abigail lives in Idaho Falls, Idaho with her husband, Kendall, and five children. Her two boys are fourteen and twelve years old, while her three girls are eight, six, and one. Because Abigail’s pregnancies and hospital deliveries with her four older children were all uneventful, Abigail never imagined anything would go wrong during the delivery of her fifth child, Luthien […]

Emily and Matt’s Story: Be Hopeful and Devastated

April 30th, 2022  | HIElights of Hope

Emily and Matt live in Atlanta, Georgia, with their daughter, Nora, who was born in 2017. After their son, Lewis, was born in February of 2021, they never envisioned that they would say goodbye two weeks later. They never envisioned that Nora would never have the chance to physically meet her baby brother. They never envisioned that the range of […]

Dr. Sue Hall’s Story: Providing Psychosocial Support in the NICU

April 30th, 2022  | HIElights of Hope

Dr. Sue Hall serves on Hope for HIE’s Medical Advisory Board and has been a neonatologist for over thirty years. Before that, she worked as a master’s level social worker. She completed training in pediatrics and neonatology at the Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, before joining the faculty at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine, where she was […]

Kathi Randall’s Story: The Power of ONE

April 30th, 2022  | HIElights of Hope

Kathi Randall is a masters-prepared clinical nurse specialist and board-certified neonatal nurse practitioner who serves on Hope for HIE’s Medical Advisory Board. Back when she was a student in nursing school, Kathi Randall always envisioned herself being a nurse in the emergency room setting, as she loved its fast-paced environment. When she had the opportunity to travel to Mexico for […]

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