Hi. My name is Laura Wulf. I have been an employee of SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital for over 25 years. For most of those years, I worked in Oncology as a nurse and nurse educator – primarily delivering the mission of Cardinal Glennon; however in 2009, I also became a “Glennon parent.” Jude is 8 years old, now, but in 2009 at 22 months, he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. He has been treated and followed in The Costas Center for several years now, and with each passing year, I feel our mission in such a personal way. My passion for Cardinal Glennon is strong, and I am proud to coordinate our Glennon Ambassador Program.
Experiencing and expressing gratitude is an important part of everyday life. Parents and former patients at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital frequently look for ways to say thank you and support what makes it a place of faith, hope and miracles. “Glennon Ambassadors” are those people and families who “give legs” to their gratitude.
I want to be your “go to” and a resource to help you give thanks for the excellent care that you both expect and receive. “Thank you” expressed through your story, time, or treasure can help spread our mission, and provide exceptional care for generations of children and families to come.
If you have wished for a way to publicly thank your special caregivers, and at the same time, help support the programs and services of SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital, I would LOVE to meet you or hear from you! A Glennon Ambassador is simply someone who is grateful for care received here, and wants to stay connected and informed of opportunities to give back.
A grateful family is a natural “ambassador” for our hospital when that gratitude is shared and cultivated. If you’re interested in becoming a Glennon Ambassador, click here to learn more.