TMSG: Nurse Discovers Colleague Was Once A Premie Baby She Cared For

Work situations sometimes can be difficult, sometimes they can also be amazing. Twenty-eight years ago, neonatal intensive care nurse Vilma Wong cared for a premature baby by the name Brandon Seminatore, weighing at only 2lbs and 6 oz. 

Since then, Wong's seen thousands of babies come through the unit. Last month, Wong was at work when she saw a second-year pediatric resident near the incubators. She recognized his name and sure enough, it was the same baby she cared for twenty-eight years prior. His name was Brandon Seminatore and they were now working within the same hospital at Stanford Children's Health - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford.


Definitely an amazing "Tell Me Something Good!"

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