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Hospital webcams keep parents connected to newborns
The Press-Enterprise

Bentley Kellman weighed less than 3 pounds when he was born prematurely at Parkview Community Hospital Medical Center. Instead of going home to Wildomar with his parents, Bentley was admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). His parents drove back and forth from their home, spending six to eight hours at a time with their baby. A new technology at Parkview, however, allowed Bentley’s parents to see him anytime — even if they weren’t by his side.