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First Reno-Sparks baby of 2014 born at Saint Mary’s



smr-home-03-2-300x64-4915461-4273763Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center is proud to announce the arrival of the first baby born in 2014. A baby boy was born three minutes after midnight. The healthy little bundle of joy weighs 7 pounds,  5 ounces and measures 21 inches. Parents Jenny Sofa and Julio Mendoza are very excited for their first child.

“We are always excited to welcome in the first baby of the New Year,” said Marie Luback-Neves, RN, director of Saint Mary’s Family Birthing Center. “This is one of those special moments at the hospital, and Saint Mary’s is proud to have delivered another healthy baby.”

Saint Mary’s has delivered babies in northern Nevada for over 105 years and continues to offer a family-centered care philosophy during the labor and delivery experience. The Family Birthing Center is also home to the T.J. and Debbie Day Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, specialized in caring for newborns as well as a pediatric unit for children aged zero to 18 that are admitted to the hospital.

Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center

Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center based in Reno is a 380-bed acute care hospital offering inpatient, outpatient and wellness services. Nationally recognized and accredited by the Joint Commission, Saint Mary’s offers a robust line of services including a top-rated Center for Cancer featuring the region’s only CyberKnife radiosurgery delivery system, state-of-the-art William N. Pennington Emergency Room and Senior ER and a Cardiology program dedicated to long-term wellness. The health system also operates a fully-integrated Medical Group and a state-of-the-art Center for Health & Fitness. As a long-standing community partner, Saint Mary’s is dedicated to ensuring the health and wellness of northern Nevada remains strong.

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