Once Tiny Babies Who Fought to Survive Will Reunite at Intermountain Medical Center Annual NICU Reunion Party Tonight

The reunion will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m., on Wednesday, Aug 16th at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, 12033 Lone Peak Parkway in Draper.
“We look forward to this event every year,” says Alice Adams, Nurse Manager in the Intermountain Medical Center NICU. “As we care for these little ones, we become really close to our patients and their families. It’s rewarding to see them again, and see their growth and development into healthy toddlers and young people. It’s satisfying to know that we played an important role in that process.”
The NICU at Intermountain Medical Center has the most advanced level of newborn care in the Intermountain Region. The 48-bed unit provides treatment to premature infants born as early as 22 weeks who may face many health concerns, including respiratory and heart problems or jaundice and vision problems as a result of premature birth. Intermountain Medical Center cares for more than 800 infants in the NICU annually.
6:30 – 9 p.m., Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Loveland Living Planet Aquarium
12033 Lone Peak Parkway – Draper


With the theme of “Just Keep Swimming!” hundreds of children, some born no larger than a pencil or heavier than a can of Coke and who spent their first weeks of life in Intermountain Medical Center’s Newborn ICU, will celebrate with the team of caregivers who cared for them at Intermountain Medical Center’s annual NICU reunion on Wednesday evening.