Scrapbooking items donated to HMC NICU

Tuesday, August 06, 2013

 In the front, from left, are Terri Woodruff, NICU clinical manager; and Nikki Pasley, RN. In the back are Williams; Paula Bearden, LPN (holding Archer Williams); Elaine Harris, RN; Jamie Pepper, respiratory therapist; and Brandy Langley, RN.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Hamilton Medical Center (HMC) recently received a large amount of scrapbooking supplies, a Cricut (portable cutting machine) and a crate so the staff members could make name signs for the babies' beds. Jody Williams, the mother of former NICU graduate Archer, donated the items with the assistance of family and friends. To donate scrapbooking items to the HMC NICU Care Team, please email Williams at embroidery_lady@yahoo.com. Donations are regularly scheduled in July and December. In the front, from left, are Terri Woodruff, NICU clinical manager; and Nikki Pasley, RN. In the back are Williams; Paula Bearden, LPN (holding Archer Williams); Elaine Harris, RN; Jamie Pepper, respiratory therapist; and Brandy Langley, RN.