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DHR Health Women’s Hospital Welcomes First Baby of 2019

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Baby Alec was born at 12:32 AM on January 1, 2019

Dinora Sanchez, who delivered DHR Health Women’s Hospital first baby of 2019, receives a gift basket from the nursing staff at DHR Health Women’s Hospital.
Dinora Sanchez, who delivered DHR Health Women’s Hospital first baby of 2019, receives a gift basket from the nursing staff at DHR Health Women’s Hospital.

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Edinburg, TX — DHR Health Women’s Hospital (WHR) is excited to announce the arrival of their first baby in 2019! Delivered by Dr. Heriberto Rodriguez-Ayala, baby Alec entered the world on January 1, 2019 at 12:32 AM. Born to Dinora Sanchez, of Mission, TX, Alec weighed in at 6 pounds and 5 and a half ounces.

“It is really a privilege to be a part of such milestones in the lives of families in our community—and it is extra special when it’s a New Year’s baby,” said Aida Gonzalez, Vice President of DHR Health Women’s Hospital.

“The care that Alec and I received has been great,” says Dinora Sanchez. “It is a great blessing to begin the New Year with my baby.”                                           

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With more than 7,754 babies delivered in 2018, DHR Health Women’s Hospital has revolutionized women’s healthcare in South Texas. As the only free-standing healthcare facility dedicated solely to women in South Texas, DHR Health Women’s Hospital is committed to providing women and their families with the highest standards of family-focused, safe, and comfortable care. DHR Health Women’s Hospital offers a wide array of services designed to provide the highest quality of care in a comfortable state-of-the-art facility. The hospital’s highly-trained and qualified nursing staff is committed to providing education and support for new families.   

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