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The story of Campbell Peck

Megan Peck knew something was wrong immediately after she went into labor. “Her heart rate was dropping with every contraction,” she said. “After the doctor broke my water, he saw the presence of meconium.”

Doctors realized that Megan would need to have an emergency c-section to get her baby out immediately. “It all happened so fast and I could tell it was a serious matter,” Megan said. “It was the most scared I have ever been in my life. I feared for my baby’s health and life.”

Campbell Peck was born on November 4th, 2015 and taken to St. John’s NICU. After a scary four days, Megan finally got to hold her daughter. “It was amazing!”

How did Megan get through some of the hardest days of her life? “By staying positive and praying a lot. I also have a 2 ½-year-old daughter who’s sweet energy kept me going through those hard days.”

The Peck family believes they owe a debt of gratitude to St. John’s NICU. “I cannot say enough about the care my daughter received at St. John’s NICU. I didn’t really understand the greatness of St. John’s NICU until we were there. I knew she was in the hands of some of the most professional, dedicated, supportive, loving and caring individuals.

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