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Words of Gratitude

Every department in the facility was represented by caring and helpful staff. No matter how well we are treated at other places, no facility stacks up to the VIP treatment children receive at Cardinal Glennon…and rightly so. Children deserve no less.

Meet the Team

Laura, and her son, Jude

Laura Wulf
Glennon Ambassador Coordinator

Hi. My name is Laura Wulf, and I am pictured here gratefully snuggling my youngest son, Jude. I have been an employee of SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center for more than 20 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 4 years old, now, but in 2009 at 22 months, he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Since that time, I have been both delivering and experiencing the mission in every way. My passion for Cardinal Glennon is strong, and I am proud to lead the development of the Glennon Ambassador Program.

Experiencing and expressing gratitude is an important part of everyday life. Grateful families at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center have long looked for ways to say thank you for the kind of care that makes it a place of faith, hope and miracles. Through the Glennon Ambassador Program, you are able to “give legs” to your gratitude. Not only can you give thanks for the excellent care you expected and received, but you can help provide hope and state-of-the-art services 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 Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center, I highly encourage you to consider donating your time, your talent and your resources by becoming a Glennon Ambassador.

Interested in becoming a Glennon Ambassador? Click here to learn more.

 
 

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