Little Mack

Born premature and at risk from a congenital heart defect, Lee and Casey Raymer’s son Mack spent the first seven months of his life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Brenner Children’s Hospital. Within the first ten days, doctors discovered that Mack has also a genetic disorder called 22q11.2 deletion syndrome, which affects a number of systems in the body. As a result, Little Mack and his parents have visited most of the departments in Brenner over the past five years, but thanks to the friends he’s made among the staff, Mack doesn’t mind his visits to the hospital.

  • Thanks to new technology and a generous donation from the Kurtz Family...

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  • Thanks to a grateful family, you still can see your baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care...

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  • Born premature and at risk from a congenital heart defect, Lee and Casey...

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  • At Brenner Children's Hospital, caring for children means caring for the entire family...

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  • The faculty and staff at Brenner Children’s Hospital care for children with many different types...

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