CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OF WISCONSIN INC Reviews
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June 16, 2010
Our son Parker has spent a good portion of his life at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. We knew that he was sick before he was born. The technical diagnosis is "bilateral kidney dispaysia". For all of us who are not doctors, this means that neither of his kidneys worked. He spent the first 128 days of his life in the NICU, and has been re-admitted 16 times since that first discahrge. He has been through 12 surgeries, some minor, and some very major. The last of which was his kidney transplant. It has been 16 weeks since my wife donated one of her kidneys to Parker, and thye are both doing great. The doctors and nurses took very good care of both Parker and Lindsay throughout the transplant evaluation, the surgery itself and follow up care. I know first hand how brilliant doctors at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin are. The quality of care that has been provided by the nurses is unbelievable. They take care of not only the patient, but also the family of the patient. The entire staff, from the volunteers to the facility service workers all truly care about the patient. This is an amazing facility that people from all over the United States travale to, and we are fortunate enough to have it right in our back yard.
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