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First baby of 2022 for MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach delivered at 1:15 a.m.

First baby of 2022 for MemorialCare Miller Children's & Women’s Hospital Long Beach delivered at 1:15 a.m.
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“We were so ready to meet her since we were two weeks past her due date,” said mum Aubrey Schreck Ellis. “What made her childbirth even more special was that Brian and I met on New Years Eve and now this vacation will be even more special after spending this New Years Eve in labor and giving birth to her. on New Year’s Day. ”

Sanna Lisa was born two weeks after her due date and weighed 9 pounds. 11 ounces and was 22 inches long.

To celebrate the arrival of the first baby of the year at the hospital, Brian and Aubrey received a special ‘baby’s first basket’ – filled with onesies, slippers, newborn clothes, blankets, diapers. and gifts for new parents – from the Miller Children and Women Care Team.

Whether it is a routine or high-risk pregnancy, the Cherese Mari Laulhere Birth Care Center at Miller Children’s & Women’s, experts look after mom and baby under one roof. Unique for a hospital, maternal and fetal medicine specialists and neonatologists are on site 24/7, so if a delivery is not routine, the baby is moved just down the hall to level IV Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) to receive specialized care.

Including the largest Small Baby Center in the area caring for babies under 2 lbs. and recently launched the extremely low birth weight program, the NICU exclusively caters to the needs of incredibly premature infants, should the need arise.

With exceptional programs, expert care teams and high quality care, nearly 6,000 families trust Miller Children’s & Women’s to deliver safely each year.

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