As intense Hurricane Michael came shorewards, work and conveyance attendants at Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center rode out the tempest while conveying babies. Tanya Clunan and Teresa Kirkland were two of the medical attendants helping three ladies who were in dynamic work amid the tempest. To help guard the working mothers, they must be moved far from windows.
“We never abandoned them. We were here the whole time to be their help and care for them and adore them,” Clunan said as she battled back tears.
Kirkland clarified that the patients must be moved more than once all through the tempest to guarantee their wellbeing. At a certain point, each of the three ladies was in a little triage live with window ornaments for security.
“You could see the apprehension and the dread on everybody’s appearances, even the staff. One moment we were fine. We were doing what needs to be done, and the following moment we were endeavoring to interface our family and to be perfectly honest, crying,” said Kirkland.
The demonstrable skill, preparing, and love from the staff guaranteed three solid conveyances for both mother and infant.