Sharing the birth experience when Dad is 6,000 miles away
See how Jefferson University Hospitals helped a military dad ‘be there’ from his duty station in Kuwait.
Does your hospital make it possible for dads to attend their infant’s birth, even when they’re on the other side of the world?
We found this Google+ post from Jefferson University Hospitals:
Stationed 6,000 miles away from Philly in Kuwait, Edward still attended the
of his second child @TJUHospital:
The hospital shares how, as patient Kristal Chestnut was about to give birth, an iPhone with a video chat app allowed her husband Edward to witness the
cesarean birth of his 10-pound daughter, Lilly.
The world is a lot smaller today, thanks to technology. Does your health care organization use it to draw families close at times like this?
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