Sparrow’s Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (RNICU) has received a major national Nursing award for an innovative project to reduce brain injuries in premature babies. The project — part of the quality and innovation we use to transform care in the mid-Michigan region — focuses on a form of brain injuries called intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH), which can lead to future hospitalizations and numerous risk factors in our smallest preemies.
Sparrow is among a select group of hospitals nationwide participating in an Enhanced Recovery Process for colorectal surgery.
Omar Muhammad exemplifies the dedication and enthusiasm that Sparrow Caregivers have for their work.
Balloon animals are just one way Sparrow Nurse Jonathon Underhill connects with his young Patients.
Famed basketball coach and Sparrow Michigan Athletic Club instructor Carlton Valentine has an innate enthusiasm for helping people. Giving back is part of who he is and informs his work at Sparrow.