Nashville hospital names neonatal unit after lead donor
The Tennessean, October 28, 2008
Nashville-based Baptist Hospital's nearly $10 million expansion of its neonatal intensive care unit is almost complete, and the new unit will be named the Beaman Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The name recognizes the lead gift from the Beaman family toward the $5 million fundraising campaign. The neonatal intensive care unit project is part of a an overall obstetrics department expansion, and the hospital also has increased the number of physicians on the medical staff who are focused on high-risk deliveries.
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