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The Women’s Hospital at Renaissance Welcomes the First Baby of 2017

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Pictured above: Mom Asbeidy Martinez smiles proudly with her family and baby Regina, who was the first baby born on New Year’s Day 2017.

Baby Regina Martinez was born at 4:07 AM on January 1, 2017

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Edinburg, TX — The Women’s Hospital at Renaissance (WHR) is excited to announce the arrival of the first baby in 2017! Delivered by Dr. Lourdes Uribe, baby Regina Martinez entered the world on January 1, 2017 at 4:07 AM. She is a healthy 6 pounds 9 ounces and 19 inches long. Not due until January 9th, Regina was quite the New Year’s surprise for mom Asbeidy Martinez of McAllen, TX.

“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 at The Women’s Hospital at Renaissance. “This is one of those special moments at the hospital and WHR is proud to have delivered another healthy baby.”

“I would like to thank the staff at the Women’s Hospital at Renaissance, and my sister who used to be a nurse there. They were a great help during labor,” said Asbeidy.

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With more than 7,500 babies delivered in 2016, The Women’s Hospital at Renaissance has revolutionized women’s healthcare in South Texas. As the only healthcare facility dedicated solely to women in South Texas, The Women’s Hospital at Renaissance is committed to providing women and their families with the highest standards of family-focused, safe, and comfortable care. The Women’s Hospital at Renaissance 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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