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What does it mean to be a children's hospital? What is a hospital without walls? Monty will answer questions like this about the UVM Children's Hospital. And we'll translate his answers from Moose to English!

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25,000

Patient visits to Children’s Specialty Center per year in 20+ specialty programs

325

Admissions to our Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) per year

2,200

Babies born each year at UVM Children’s Hospital

150

Number of caregivers it takes to run 24/7 NICU care

25

Years of service (so far!) of Lewis First, MD, Chief of Pediatrics

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How to Host a Virtual Baby Shower

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: New parents need support from their friends and family, but it’s important, most especially during the COVID-19 pandemic and flu season, to keep these new families healthy. It is time to get creative. Virtual baby showers are a great way to celebrate the expecting parents without needing a large number of people to gather in the same space. Read more for ideas, tipsand tricks!

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