Kieran Wittstruck, 5, returned to Sky Ridge Medical Center with his parents Shane and Shalini Feb. 15 to visit doctors and spread awareness of the March of Dimes. Kieran, who was born at Sky Ridge 10 weeks premature, is the 2012 national ambassador for March of Dimes.
Dr. Joe Toney, NICU medical director at Sky Ridge Medical Center, leads Shane, Kieran and Shalini Wittstruck to the NICU Feb. 15. Kieran, who was born 10 weeks premature, and his parents returned to visit Sky Ridge as part of his nationwide travels as the 2012 national ambassador for March of Dimes. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | email@example.com
Shalini Wittstruck tears up while visiting the Sky Ridge NICU where doctors and nurses took care of her now 5-year-old son Kieran when he was born prematurely. Kieran is the 2012 national ambassador for March of Dimes, and he had the chance to visit some of the doctors and nurses who took care of him as a baby. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 National Ambassador for March of Dimes Kieran Wittstruck, 5, whispers to his father Shane during their visit to Sky Ridge Medical Center, where the Wittstruck family thanked the doctors and nurses who helped Kieran when he was born premature. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | email@example.com
Dr. Joe Toney poses with a plaque presented to him by Kieran Wittstruck, 5, who is the 2012 National Ambassador for March of Dimes, and his parents Shane and Shalini Wittstruck. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | firstname.lastname@example.org
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