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    Dozens of Kids at Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital “Flying High” after Donation from United Airlines

    Katy, TX (November 2, 2016) A visit to the hospital isn’t always a pleasant one, especially for children. However, a special teddy bear aims to help kids through the process with flying colors. United Airlines recently donated 48 Adventure Bears, named “Ben Flyin” to Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital. The bears will be given to children as they undergo outpatient procedures, visit the emergency center, or are admitted to the hospital. This is the second year United Airlines has partnered with Memorial Hermann Katy for the Adventure Bear Program.

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    Memorial Hermann Katy provides quality, compassionate healthcare to even the youngest patients, with a Level II neonatal intensive care unit providing intermediate care for infants who require continuous monitoring. The hospital also has a dedicated pediatric unit and a special children’s transport team with specially trained nurses and neonatal and pediatric intensive care physicians, should a child need to be taken to Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital in the Texas Medical Center.

    Courtesy of Memorial Hermann Hospital
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