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Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital first baby of the year

Roxanne Penney and Fredrick Butt of Port Hope Simpson are the proud parents of the first baby of the New Year born at Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony. Baby Peyton, weighing six lb., six oz., was born on Jan. 4, 2016 and is a baby brother for Autumn. Nurses
Roxanne Penney and Fredrick Butt of Port Hope Simpson are the proud parents of the first baby of the New Year born at Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony. Baby Peyton, weighing six lb., six oz., was born on Jan. 4, 2016 and is a baby brother for Autumn. Nurses

Roxanne Penney and Fredrick Butt of Port Hope Simpson are the proud parents of the first baby of the New Year born at Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony.

Baby Peyton, weighing 6 lbs., 6 oz., was born on
Jan. 4, 2016 and is a baby brother for Autumn. Nurses from the OBS Department were on hand to present a car seat to Roxanne and Baby Peyton on behalf of the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association (NLMA): (l-r) Cindy Coombs, Terri Woodward, Roxanne and Peyton; Terri Taylor and Samantha Hillier. Physicians in the province have been providing safe rides home for newborns at hospitals for the past 29 years. Through the NLMA, the first baby born in the New Year at the 10 hospitals that perform deliveries in Newfoundland and Labrador receives a car seat. The program encourages parents to use approved car seats for their children from the moment they leave the hospital as newborns.

Baby Peyton, weighing 6 lbs., 6 oz., was born on
Jan. 4, 2016 and is a baby brother for Autumn. Nurses from the OBS Department were on hand to present a car seat to Roxanne and Baby Peyton on behalf of the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association (NLMA): (l-r) Cindy Coombs, Terri Woodward, Roxanne and Peyton; Terri Taylor and Samantha Hillier. Physicians in the province have been providing safe rides home for newborns at hospitals for the past 29 years. Through the NLMA, the first baby born in the New Year at the 10 hospitals that perform deliveries in Newfoundland and Labrador receives a car seat. The program encourages parents to use approved car seats for their children from the moment they leave the hospital as newborns.

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