This case involves a two-month-old female who was admitted to the hospital for intractable vomiting after feedings. Blood work was sent but showed a normal WBC count and the patient was discharged when she began to clinically improve. The patient’s health declined rapidly at home and when she was brought to the pediatrician’s office the baby became unresponsive. She was rushed back to the emergency room and CPR was initiated during transport. The patient was diagnosed with anoxic brain damage and blood cultures taken were now positive for Group B Strep. Her condition progressed to GBS bacteremia, presumed meningitis, respiratory failure, progressive encephalomalacia with associated ischemic changes. The patient presently is at home under a home care nursing service in a neurologically compromised state.