Weʼre raising £12,000 to help NICU & Maternity at the Ulster Hospital to show our appreciation for the fabulous care of Maddie, Eve and our family
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The Ulster Maternity Hospital became a very special place to us after I was transferred into their care for the birth of Ozzie in 2018. In 2020 I was once again in their care, through Fetal Medicine this time with our little Eve, who sadly could not survive. Less than a year later, our beautiful Madelyn Nita Watson was born and thanks to the most special team of people I have ever met, we had the most precious time with her, and Ozzie as big brother of course. Despite the fight, Maddie passed away in my arms, with her daddy Andrew by side, and the most special midwife and her team supporting us.
I cant emphasise enough how this team at the Ulster went above and beyond in making all the difference, from 2018 right through to today. Andrew, Ozzie, Eve, Maddie and I have been so lucky to recieve such amazing care, from every phone call, to appointment I have felt nothing but kindness and compassion from such a expert team at the Ulster, who have my whole hearted trust and respect. I will never be able to repay them for the care I was given, but I want to show my appreciation through raising some money as a thank you for our little Maddie.
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NI’s NICU Services are absolutely amazing in my experience. They are very deeply appreciated. Thanks
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