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By KATHERINE BURGESS
The Wichita Eagle 

Kansas hospital begins using new ambulance for infants

 

September 8, 2017



WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — On a recent Tuesday afternoon, the neonatal ambulance pulled up at Wesley Medical Center. The back doors swung open and a power lift lowered the cot, carrying a tiny baby in an incubator, to the ground.

Within minutes, the baby was wheeled inside the hospital.

Just last month, William McCoy rode that same ambulance when he broke out in a fever at less than a week old.

William's birth had complications, with the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck and stomach, and doctors at Salina Regional Health Center were concerned about a heart problem, said Jacob McCoy, Willia...



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