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Healing is an art, a combination of bold gestures and subtle nuances. The latter come in many forms, but none are more important than the work we do to improve the quality of life for neonatal and pediatric patients and families involved in critical care situations. We exist to provide family-centered care in the NICU environment to make trying times as comfortable, complete, hopeful and peaceful as possible.
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The Jackson L Graves Garden
The Jackson L. Graves Foundation funds numerous projects. Currently, we’re partnering with the Willow Creek Women's Hospital to provide a Garden for families, as well as, Arkansas Children’s Hospital to provide toys, books, clothes, toiletries and other items for infants and toddlers, as well as their families...
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The Jackson Graves Story
On October 12th, 2004, tiny Jackson Lee Graves entered this world eight weeks premature at University Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was born with an abdominal wall birth defect known as a giant omphalocele, which is a defect at the base of the umbilical cord where an infant’s intestines and some other abdominal organs are in a sac protruding through the defect.