FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) -- The Washington Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit received a very generous gift Thursday.
The American Heart Association's Northwest Arkansas Heart Walk Executive Leadership Team recently raised funds to buy 100 infant CPR kits, which were delivered to the hospital.
The kits will be supplied to new parents who need training in infant CPR as they prepare to transition their infants from the hospital to home.
"As the community has grown, the needs within the local NICU's have grown as well. So, we just want to provide any of these necessary services and help support the local NICU's in any way possible," said Sara Floyd, account manager for Bush Brothers and Company.
Each kit contains everything needed to learn basic CPR and choking relief.
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