This GivingTuesday, millions of people around the world are giving back. Will you? On GivingTuesday, we are sharing personal stories, as told by the people who lived them, to take you inside the walls of St. Boniface Hospital in a firsthand way you’ve never seen before. Go behind closed doors and into the hearts and […]
No one knew whether I’d survive, or even wake up. It was halfway through February last year, and for days I’d found myself short of breath when walking short distances and climbing stairs. I knew I should see my doctor, of course. But I was so busy…I’m sure you can relate. Still, my symptoms persisted. […]Read More
The obstetrician told me, “We’re not going to get this pregnancy to full term.” My diagnosis was HELLP Syndrome, a life-threatening pregnancy disorder. The only way to resolve it is to deliver the baby and placenta. In my case, only twenty-six weeks into my pregnancy. After a whirlwind 24 hours, our baby was delivered by […]Read More
Only hours later, he was gone. My name is Micheline, and this is my family’s St. Boniface Hospital story. My brother and his wife were expecting their second child. As Dad fought on in the Cardiac Unit, and with the baby’s due date approaching, my brother said, “He needs to meet the baby before he […]Read More
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The Woman and Child unit purchased a specialized infant doll for use in neonatal resuscitation training.