Grady Health System has added a second specialty ambulance to transport sick and premature babies to hospitals across the state that can give them the specialized care they need.
The Angel II ambulance includes a type of incubator that monitors every aspect of a baby’s condition while in transit. In 2010, Grady’s first ambulance transported 570 babies across the state, serving 35 hospitals. March of Dimes Georgia, The Atlanta Foundation and the John H. & Wilhelmina D. Harland Charitable Foundation provided funding for the new unit. MISTY WILLIAMS
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