NICU Nurse Gets Surprise From the Babies She's Saved Over the Years

Renee works at WellStar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, Georgia in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), according to the video below. Over the years, she’s helped many babies and parents get through a difficult and uncertain time. Now, they found a beautiful way to say ‘thank you’ to her.

With some help from Kleenex, grateful parents recorded a video for Renee to watch of them telling their stories and thanking her. Then, at the end of the video, dozens of parents with their children, children who Renee has helped to live through the NICU, came out and surprised her.

Watch the touching scene in the video below: 

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