However, through it all, the staff at Cooper, especially a young nurse named Lois Meyer, provided compassionate care and emotional support that helped hold the family up as their world came crashing down.“The care that was given, the emotional care, was nothing we ever experienced before,” recalled Jack. Lois came in on her day off and was there the day John Henry died.” As a way to keep John Henry’s memory alive and give back to the nurses who gave so much to them, Jack and Cheryl created the John Henry Kronenberger Nursing Award dedicated to furthering neonatal nursing education.
In all of these projects, we’ve NEVER had any surprises.Photo L to R: 2017 Nursing Excellence Award Winner Jackie Whitehead, RN with Jack Kronenberger and 2016 Nursing Excellence Award Winner Adrian Hernandez, RN, BSN, RNC-NIC with Cheryl Cummings.Both nurses received recognition with the John Henry Memorial Award for Excellence in Neonatal Nursing.Where you work says everything about who you are and who you want to attract.Successful workplace design leads to spaces that are efficient, comfortable, and flexible enough to change with your needs. Clean hotel and one of the better places I've ever stayed!
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“When a child takes their first breath as a preemie, it could be their last because their lungs are so underdeveloped,” Cheryl said. Just think how many children he helped.” Cheryl and Jack know firsthand how important education is to the advancement of medicine and how by supporting education they can ensure that John Henry’s memory lives on.
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The Newark Liberty International Airport is 22 miles away.
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When John Henry was born, he was placed in a clinical trial for the use of artificial surfactants to help open the lungs of preterm babies.