1024 530 Carmen Mendoza Saera

Twelfth Night is one of the most magical nights of the year. In the hospital, the procession of kings passes by, spreading illusions to all the children who have been admitted, as every year. The joy and expectation of seeing aa their majesties is impressive and amazing. Children who give pipes to kings so that they already grow up. Children who see reflected in the faces of their little brothers the emotion they have when they see those three magicians of the East dressed in brightly colored costumes. Magic and fantasy is served. Every child will have their gift today. All the professionals who work today live in emotion the feast of being able to share with families the moments when the kings go to leave the gifts and take a great photo so that everyone can enjoy it.

We hope you have done well this year! And we wish you a great New Year's Eve from the Neonatal Unit.

Carmen Mendoza Saera

Pediatric Nurse Specialist. MSc in Nursing Research and Information Management. I have been a pediatric nurse for 23 years. There is nothing more beautiful for me than working where I work, helping children and parents admitted to the critical area of ​​the hospital. This job is a gift.

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