Center Grove graduate to work overseas with pediatric surgery charity

As a child, Nate Miller saw his older sister go to the hospital multiple times for surgery.

The family made countless trips to Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health in Indianapolis for appointments, procedures and surgeries for Alexandra Miller, who was born with a congenital heart defect and underwent surgeries until she was 16.

Now, Nate Miller wants to help children who have the same problems but not the same resources. The Center Grove High School graduate will travel to Iraq this summer as one of five U.S. students selected to participate in a two-month internship with the Preemptive Love Coalition.

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