MIBG Therapy Room, Patient/parent room dividing lead brick wall with ISF signed brick

25,000 lbs of lead bricks… that’s a whole lot of lead. But that is the necessary requirements to protect and manage MIBG Therapy safely for patients, family and staff.  Construction of the ISF MIBG Treatment Suite at Levine Children’s Hospital is progressing on schedule.  We got another peak at the room and how far it has come since we were there in early July and got to talk with MIBG Therapy Program Lead, Dawn, about her MIBG training and mock trial plans once construction wraps up. We are getting close!

10,000 pounds of lead brick has been installed in the adjoining wall between the patient and parent room.  Back in March when we announced the Therapy Suite, many of our 3 Wish Circle Members and sponsors signed a lead brick to commemorate the significance of their part in bringing this type of therapy to our region.  What was also special, doctors and nurses who treated Isabella during her time at Levine Children’s Hospital were in attendance and signed the brick.  We were excited to see where the ISF signed lead brick will be placed in the patient/parent room dividing wall (white brick in photo)… drywall goes up next week and it will become a lasting print in Levine History!

UPDATE:

  • Patient & parent bathroom framing
  • Plumbing install
  • ISF signed lead brick placement
  • Drywall starts next week

MIBG CONSTRUCTION UPDATES & PROGRESS PHOTOS

Over $21,000 has been raised by our ISF MIBG Ambassadors.  Want to be part of providing comfortable care for the kids/families that go through MIBG Treatment?  Our new MIBG Ambassador Program gives you the flexibility of raising $5,000 the way you want to raise it… 100% of funds raised through this program will be distributed very specifically through our LCH partnership with this very targeted MIBG purpose. {You do not have to be located in Charlotte to participate, contact Tia for details}

MIBG Therapy Room, Patient bathroom framing

MIBG Therapy Room, ISF signed lead brick

 

 

MIBG Therapy Room, ISF signed lead brick. Dawn Bartock & Rachel Wood

MIBG Therapy Room, Patient lead brick wall

MIBG Therapy Room, entrance to patient room. Parent door to the left

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