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- When Laurel was told her baby would be born with esophageal atresia, she was airlifted to P/SL and RMHC where surgeon Steven Rothenberg, MD, would later perform a lifesaving procedure on her newborn.
- Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children and the Center for Concussion want you to know how to minimize the effects of sports-related concussive injuries.
- Macklin was treated for esophageal atresia at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children and is doing well two years later.
- Satish Gadi and Malini Dasari learned their unborn baby would need lung surgery on delivery.
- Lindsay went into labor naturally at 37 weeks and gave birth to a healthy baby girl, Kelly.
- Arika Hall went into labor two weeks before her due date.
- Deana Petrova's daughter was diagnosed with a rare congenital heart defect. Only one in 10,000 children in the United States have this condition.
- Shortly before the birth of their son, Jose and Sarah found out he would need open-heart surgery.
- Jessie and Scott were expecting twins and were very impressed with Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
- Casey’s daughter, Amelia, was prenatally diagnosed with a cardiac anomaly requiring heart surgery in the first week of life. After almost six weeks in intensive care, she now is doing well.