In addition to being the only dedicated women’s hospital in Tarrant County, Andrews Women’s Hospital operates the largest neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in Tarrant County as well. Our 63-bed NICU has an average daily census of 34 infants with an average length of stay of 17-20 days. Parents of newborns who have a long stay in the unit often cannot see their child as frequently as they would like, due to work obligations or caring for other children. This challenge creates anxiety and limits the all-important bonding between parent and infant in these initial fragile weeks.

Thanks to the generosity of a grant from Once Upon A Time Foundation, Baylor Scott & White – Fort Worth has been able to purchase an Angel Eye Camera System to allow parents and their families to see and interact with their baby in the NICU via live video streaming and direct, one-way audio. The Angel Eye system uses a camera mounted on the baby’s bed so parents and other family members who can’t be at the neonatal intensive care unit can view the baby 24 hours a day by logging into a secure account from their laptop, tablet or smartphone.

Since installing the 51 cameras in March 2019, 251 families have signed up for Angel Eye services and visited the website 31,990 times with a total of 894 hours viewing time!

For more information on the various funding opportunities at Baylor Scott & White – Fort Worth, please contact the Foundation Office at 817-922-7707 or at


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