Kate Gawlik, RN


Kate Gawlik, RN, is a nurse at Edward-Elmhurst Health’s Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Gawlik is a member of the unit's transport and PICC teams and is a charge nurse. She collaborates with neonatologists and the ancillary staff to care for premature babies, sick newborns and surgical patients. She works closely with parents to educate them about the NICU and involve them in the care of their baby. Don't miss Gawlik's Healthy Driven blogs!

Number of Posts: 8
Contributor Since: 6/22/2021
Favorite Category: Featured
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Surrogacy across the miles: One family’s story

March 29, 2022
There are many different ways to have a baby. Surrogacy sometimes is the right option for some families.
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NICU baby cared for by same doctor as mom, 24 years later

March 08, 2022
Lizzie's neonatologist 24 years ago was the same doctor who was now taking care of her baby, Nolan, in the NICU.
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Former NICU family finds lessons among the blessings

January 05, 2022
Eighteen years ago, a 27-week baby named Zoe was born, the smallest surviving baby in the long history of Edward Hospital’s NICU.

Eating it up: A language diet in the NICU

December 22, 2021
As babies get older, it is important that their auditory development is a positive experience. In the NICU, this concept is being enhanced with a...

Doctors learn to balance their profession and parenthood in the NICU

October 29, 2021
Baby Neeti spent 117 days in the NICU and exposed her physician parents to a new realm of medicine.
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NICU baby has surgery at 5 days old, now thriving “joy boy”

September 30, 2021
Hearing that a pregnancy has complications is deflating for any parent. Finding a medical team that supports you makes all the difference.
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