The “Giraffe Dad”
When Brayden came out crying and breathing on his own, Mike Mills and his wife rejoiced. But Brayden weighed just 4 pounds and 12 ounces, little more than half the weight of the average newborn. The nurses quickly laid Brayden inside a baby warmer, wheeled him into the NICU, and placed him inside an incubator. When Mike saw the hospital equipment sustaining his son, he started to worry less. He is an 11-year GE veteran and Brayden’s Panda Warmer and Giraffe OmniBed incubator were both manufactured by GE workers in Laurel, Maryland, the very factory where he serves as plant manager.
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