Help Me Find the Nurse Who Saved My Life

We need your help! Caleb is trying to find the nurse who saved his life. Watch the video below to see the story. Then, go to the Caleb Electric Brain facebook page and share the video. Any and all shares will help, but any shares to Texas residents are especially helpful. Thank you!

“All I want for Christmas is to find the Nurse who saved my life.

“My family was involved in a car accident in McKinney, TX on November 22, 2000. My parents did not survive. My 4 siblings and I were injured. I was a 13-month-old baby and suffered severe head trauma. In addition to my near fatal injuries, my veins were collapsed, making it difficult to place an I.V. Without an I.V. I wouldn’t get the life saving drugs I required.

“A nurse at North Central Medical Center in McKinney was tasked with inserting my I.V. She was afraid she was too late. But she didn’t give up. After several failed attempts, my nurse cried and prayed…

“And miraculously inserted medication directly into the bone marrow in my ankle.

“Now I’m 18 years old and getting ready to graduate from high school. I owe my life to that nurse and all the skilled practitioners at North Central Medical Center and Dallas Children’s Hospital.

“Please share so I can find her and tell her thank you!

Today Caleb deals with many limitations as a result of his traumatic brain injury, but he doesn’t let that stop him from enjoying life. He is a talented singer, a hardworking student, and an extra fun uncle. He is so grateful for the life he has lived thanks to this nurse.

In one of his many surgeries immediately following the car accident, Caleb received a zigzag incision from ear to ear on the top of his head. Caleb likes to shave his hair and wear the zigzag like a battle scar as he runs 5Ks to raise awareness for traumatic brain injury survivors. Read more about Caleb.

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  1. haley

    December 5th, 2017 at 9:05 pm

    I got this comment from a fire fighter who remembers your family:
    Dr wyrick is at Allen Presbyterian now, I think he may know. He may have been at ncmc then.
    I hope this helps you

  2. Ashley

    December 6th, 2017 at 10:20 pm

    Amazing story! I I cried while reading it. I truly hope you find the nurse that saved your life! God bless you all!

  3. Nancy Hanna

    December 6th, 2017 at 10:35 pm

    Check your medical records at the hospital you arrived at when you were brought in. Ask to review all the RN notes. Her name should be in the notes. Hope this helps!
    Nancy Hanna, RN
    Boston, MA

  4. Mark Anthony

    December 8th, 2017 at 4:48 am

    This is an amazing story, i am so happy for you, sharing this will make a lot more persons know there is always hope, and we should and we can all pray for help.

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