Perinatal Bereavement Program

The Legacy of Faith and Aime

The perinatal bereavement team at Mercy San Juan Medical Center provided extraordinary comfort and support to Jessica and Mike Vroman, who lost their twin daughters, Faith and Aime, when they were born too prematurely to survive at 21 weeks gestation.

Jessica and Mike were so grateful for the compassionate care their family received that they contacted Mercy Foundation and we helped them establish the Faith and Aime Fund. This fund will allow perinatal bereavement program staff to acquire resources necessary to continue to provide comfort, care and tangible memories to each one of the families they serve.

Additional funding will provide perinatal bereavement teams at Mercy San Juan Medical Center and other Sacramento area Dignity Health Hospitals with training opportunities in this essential specialty.

Are you a grateful patient?

Gratitude is a powerful expression of the heart. The Grateful Patients & Families Program offers a way to express appreciation and help Mercy Foundation continue to serve the community’s needs. Contact Us to learn more about the program.