07 Aug Michael D. Litten Presents Donation to Piedmont Fayette Hospital
Roswell, GA, – August 7th, 2019 – Today, at Piedmont Fayette Hospital, Michael D. Litten, Founder of the Foundation for Premature Infants, presented a donation to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
The Foundation for Premature Infants donated $1,000 to be used for continuing education for the stellar group of clinicians who care for premature infants, the most fragile vulnerable little people. This is the first donation that the Foundation has made to Piedmont Fayette Hospital’s NICU and the first donation to a hospital in the Piedmont Healthcare system.
Tracie M. Delally, Sr. Director of Women’s Services, said they were over joyed to receive the donation and the timing was perfect because they were in the process of selecting a continuing education initiative to advance their developmental care core focus. Also present for the donation ceremony were Lori Adams, Charge Nurse NICU, Shannon Deaton, Clinical Manager Labor and Delivery, and the hospital’s new Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Porter.
“I’m excited FPI has raised enough money through the generosity of folks passionate about those without a voice, premature infants, to be able to make this donation,” said Michael D. Litten. The Foundation’s core belief is, as Horton said so succinctly and eloquently: “a person’s a person, no matter how small.”