November 01, 2017
Since many of the patients at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children can’t leave their rooms, our staff brought Halloween to them. Staff and hospital leaders dressed in costumes knocked on patient doors for “reverse” trick-or-treating. They visited patients and gave out Halloween baskets full of candy and goodies.
Two of the babies in the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or NICU even joined the fun. Little Marbely was a strawberry for her very first Halloween and Kaladin had a custom made Luigi costume.
Below are some of the fun photos plus media coverage of the day, including a Halloween Safety Tip story on CBS4 News: