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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Annaliese Delorey, IWK Patient

Annaliese Delorey

As the air ambulance approached the IWK Health Centre, Lori Delorey had faith that her unborn baby daughter was going to be okay.

Pregnant with her first child, Lori went to her local hospital after experiencing abnormal bleeding. She was then sent to the IWK for emergency care.

Brennan and Liam Callaghan, IWK Patients

Brennan and Liam Callaghan

Twin brothers Brennan & Liam Callaghan of Stratford, Prince Edward Island were born at only 28 weeks. They spent four months in the IWK’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to receive the highly specialized care they needed to grow and survive. Let’s meet these tenacious brothers.

AJ Gillis, IWK patient

AJ Gillis

AJ was only hours old when his heart started to fail.

Born with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH), AJ’s stomach and bowels were pushed up into his lungs and his heart was displaced.

Katherine Simpson, IWK Patient

Katherine Simpson

Katherine Simpson was born at 32 and a half weeks gestation via C-section at the IWK. Immediately upon birth the care team recognized several abnormalities in her – Katherine had one ear different than the other, her chin was small and she had 12 toes.

Hank and Clyde Cameron, IWK Patients

Hank & Clyde Cameron

Born at just 31 weeks gestation, Hank and Clyde Cameron spent more than two months growing stronger in the IWK’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Thanks to the highly specialized care they received, these tiny twins have made incredible progress and are now back at home.