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Hailey, juvenile arthritis patient Hailey was 6-years-old when she started feeling aches in her muscles and joints.
“The support from Sacred Heart has been amazing. The staff has become like our long-lost family,” said Latoya. “Relying on others during our weakest moments is very hard, but I wouldn’t want my child anywhere else."
Crestview teen treated at The Studer Family Children's Hospital has been named the 2016-2017 Children's Miracle Network Hospital Champion for the State of Florida.
Nathaniel was born in early February, one month before his due date. His mother, Megan, described the delivery as “very smooth”. However, the next day, a blockage caused Nathaniel’s small intestine to rupture escalating his need for increased, specialized care.
But Sarah’s physician discovered that Baby Wade, while in the womb, had meconium ileus, which spread when Sarah’s water broke. Anticipating that Wade would have trouble breathing on his own, the NICU team prepared for Wade’s arrival.
Lucy Elanor Andrews’ birthday was nothing short of a miracle. As her shoulders came out during her otherwise smooth delivery, Lucy’s airway was blocked by meconium ileus in the womb. Not able to breathe, she turned blue and began to aspirate.
Charley Howell of Pensacola was just 2 months old when her mother, Heather, noticed that Charley seemed too small for her age and was actually losing weight when she should be growing by leaps and bounds.
Dennis “DJ” Jackson of Crestview is a very lucky little boy. The 9-year-old miraculously survived a tragic, head-on collision between two trucks on a bridge near Crestview on Jan. 6, 2015.
Bob Comer is back to walking his dog, Elsa, thanks to the expert care he received at Sacred Heart Hospital on the Gulf in Port St. Joe.
Twins Catherine and Nathaniel Tate are happy and healthy today after spending five weeks in the NICU at The Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart.
Grant Mead’s future looks bright now that he’s getting the “gold standard” of autism therapy at The Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart Autism Center in Pensacola.
The shocking news that Angie Barousse, 37, of Panama City was facing Stage 1 breast cancer was quickly followed by the joyful report that she and her husband, David, were expecting after three years of trying to get pregnant.
A Pediatric ICU cooling blanket purchased in 2010 with donor funds helped save the life of young Cameron “Kole” Bengston on March 3.
During the Pensacola Blue Wahoos “Home Run for Life” event on August 2, Ebony Leonard honored several NICU doctors and nurses and local Escambia County emergency crews for supporting their family when Mattea was born prematurely. Dr. Ramak Amjad and Dr. Nathan P. Knutson were recognized, along with several NICU nurses.
“Mom is where she needs to be, surrounded by love with wonderful caregivers in a safe and comfortable home.”
In the summer of 2013 when Carolyn was just 4 years old, she was complaining of stomach pains that just wouldn’t go away. A CT scan revealed a tumor in her side, and she was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare and highly-aggressive form of cancer.
Jennifer Morris is fighting cancer with the help of Dr. Tarek Eldawy and the Sacred Heart Cancer Center team on Airport Boulevard in Pensacola.
Generations of families have been touched by Sacred Heart since the hospital first opened in 1915. For many, the preference for Sacred Heart has been passed down through the years like a valuable heirloom. Your donation allows us to provide the latest technology and services to meet future generations’ needs.