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Press release – January 2 2018
Three New Year babies born at Hereford County Hospital
Hereford County Hospital midwives were delighted to welcome the arrival of three babies born on New Year’s Day 2018.
No babies were born in the morning - the first to arrive, a baby girl, made an appearance at 2.45pm followed by two baby boys, arriving at 7.27pm and 11.18pm.
All are doing well and are expected to be heading home soon.
Helen Price, deputy head of midwifery, said: “We were delighted to welcome a total of three babies on the first day of 2018 and celebrated their arrival with the proud parents on the special day.
“Our mums will also receive support when they return home from our midwives and health visitors so that they feel empowered and continue to have a positive experience of motherhood”.
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