The Angel Eye Camera System, developed at UAMS, includes a camera and one-way speaker, which is placed at the baby’s bedside while hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Angel Eye enables families to view and speak to the hospitalized baby, which promotes bonding and reduces anxiety for distant parents.
Currently, 64 cameras are available for families with babies in the UAMS Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
How would you like to be an ANGEL to families in need?
Your donation will help hospitalized infants receive access to Angel Eye bedside cameras, making real-time bonding, communication, and support possible for distant family members. Many families are unable to visit their hospitalized infants, which often require months of intensive care hospitalization. Angel Eye makes that time of separation easier to bear.
- Any size contribution is welcome. Everything truly helps!
- A gift of $1,200 will enable the purchase of a full Angel Eye camera unit.
- Support at or above $1,200 will be acknowledged through an inscription of the donor’s choosing to be placed at the UAMS Health Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
- All donations are tax-deductible.
Donate now to make an impact on the lives of families with hospitalized infants. Your donation makes you a person of exemplary conduct and virtue to families in need.
Angel Eye cameras at UAMS Health have been made possible through the gracious support of the Gertrude Skelly Charitable Foundation, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and — now — donors like you.