Rosie Moore

A Christmas Story of Divine Appointments

Have you ever heard of divine appointments? A divine appointment is when something unexpected happens and you think it is a coincidence, but the reality is, it was orchestrated by God.  About two weeks ago, I was introduced to someone who was interested in writing so that I can mentor him and help him start […]

Thankful for the Silent Blessings

As the season for giving and being thankful approaches, I can’t help but remember a time when I was awaiting the arrival of my son to come home after he was born.  My son was born at 27 weeks, 1lb 10 oz. and 12 inches long, he was 13 weeks early.  During this time seven […]

Patient Satisfaction Surveys

Healthcare has become a consumer business based on google searches for ratings on medical care provided by doctors and facilities.  In an interview process study, a researcher was trying to identify what parents would need when they are discharged from the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).  The study was conducted from 2011-2012 on twenty parents in […]

Challenges for Parents of Preemies

In the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) there are challenges that parents face when they are getting ready to be discharged to the home.  The parents are asked to bring a car seat to the hospital to test if the baby is able to sit in the seat and travel safely home without complications.  The […]