Nurse discovers her Colleague was a Preemie she Cared for in 1990 ❤


"When Vilma recognized my name, it truly sunk in that I was one of these babies".

The man in question - Brendan Seminatore - is now a second-year paediatric neurology resident at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital.

"She asked me if I grew up in this area".

Wong, 54, had looked after Brandon Seminatore after his mother's emergency C-section.

As it became more and more clear that the grown man standing in front of her had been the tiny baby she had tended to in his greatest hour of need, she asked one final question that made him realize who she is.

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A California nurse had a heartwarming reunion with a baby she cared for almost three decades ago. According to Vilma, she's happy that the guy chose as the place of work is the hospital, where he was born.

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford shared the tale of the serendipitous reunion on Facebook, and the powerful story has gained widespread attention.

Now, he weighs 134 pounds more and at 5-feet-8 is considerably taller than the 5-pound, 2-ounce baby who left the hospital after more than 40 days in the unit.

"There was a big silence", she said, "and then he asked if I was Vilma".

Seminatore said when he began his residency, his mother had asked him to look for Nurse Vilma in the NICU, but he had assumed she would have retired. But unlike most babies, one day years later he returned.

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"I've come full circle and I'm taking care of babies with the nurse that took care of me". "She cares deeply for her patients, to the point that she was able to remember a patient's name nearly three decades later".

"They were the most wonderful nurses", said Laura Seminatore, who was a kindergarten teacher in 1990 when her only son was born and is now the principal at St. John Vianney Catholic school in San Jose.

Seminatore said his parents told him about his premature condition as a baby and that they had to keep him with a nurse to make sure he was OK.

"Meeting Vilma was a surreal experience, " he said. Seminatore immediately texted his parents when he and Wong reunited in the NICU.

Seminatore, who is studying to be a childhood neurologist, is grateful for the care he received early in his life. "Vilma was his primary care nurse".

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