Baby Roxy was air-lifted from her home in Saint John, New Brunswick to the IWK at only 10-hours old. Her mom Cathleen is so grateful for the team at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU North). Learn more about their story.
As Jayna underwent heart surgery at the IWK, her parents, Susan and Nick, spent an excruciating 12 hours waiting. They know that their baby girl received life-saving care at the IWK because of the generous support of the community. Donors helped fund equipment such as the anesthesia machines that Jayna needed during her heart surgery. Meet Jayna and her family.
Eleven-year-old Van Bernard has spent a lot of time at the IWK. Most recently he had a second surgery to help straighten his spine. Surgery is scary but he knew he was in good hands at the IWK Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). Meet this amazing young IWK patient.
The IWK’s Emergency Department sees over 33,000 patient visits from across the Maritimes each year. The generosity of the Maritime community is felt first-hand each and every day as care teams use specialized equipment that donors helped purchase for IWK patients. Meet Shannon McPhee, Chief of Emergency Medicine, IWK Health Centre.