Before his first birthday, Everet was diagnosed with Williams Syndrome, a developmental disorder. Donations like yours helped Everet reach "inchstones," including walking and playing with his family.
Help us continue to help families like Everet's
2018 Employee Giving Campaign
Philanthropy is vital to Union’s ability to maintain its role as a healthcare leader in the Wabash Valley. Last year, our employees generously contributed more than $103,000! Participating in the employee giving campaign is one more powerful way you can help our patients and their families.
The Campaign for Music Therapy at Union Hospital
Music has the power to improve pain management, counteract depression, increase motor skill coordination, stimulate cognitive abilities and so much more! Help us bring the healing power of music to the patients and families we serve.
When my husband and I found out I was pregnant with twins, it was one of the happiest moments of our lives.
We immediately started making plans for a nursery and pictured ourselves holding, squeezing and kissing two chubby baby boys. I think it's only natural to assume that if you take care of yourself and follow all of your doctor's advice, you will have a healthy pregnancy and everything will go as planned. So, when I went into labor at only 25 weeks, I was shocked, and our family was scared.
I was admitted to Union Hospital, where my doctor and nurses were able to stop my labor, but I had to stay at the hospital on bed rest for the remainder of my pregnancy. Then, on November 23, 2013, at just 29 weeks and 4 days of gestation, I gave birth to our two sons, Ethan James and Owen Zachary.