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January 8, 2020

 

 

CVMC 2020 NEW YEAR’S BABY • Violet Everitt was the first baby born at CVMC in 2020 on January 2nd. Photo by Amanda Livingston of Livingston Photography

With the birth of a new year we are celebrating the first birth at Central Valley Medical Center! Being the first baby born at CVMC in 2020 she was delivered by Dr. Reed Skinner on January 2nd at 12:41 p.m. weighing in at 6 pounds 8 ounces and 19.25 inches long. The new baby girl was given the name Violet by her proud parents Kristine and Michael Everitt.

“Central Valley Medical Center is one of the best hospital stays we have had. The doctors. nurses and, staff all took care of our entire family.” commented the new parents during their stay in the Labor and Delivery Unit at Central Valley Medical Center.

Being the first to be born in the new year gives great bragging rights, but not only that, her parents and Violet go home with some extra goodies as part of the celebration too. CVMC Administration provides a generous discount on the hospital bill to the New Year’s baby. Along with this discount; the hospital labor and delivery staff put together a generous gift basket with a Mom care package and items such as lotions and body wash for mom, picture frame, onesies, newborn toys, diapers, baby wipes, a laundry basket , swaddling blankets, and a massage gift certificate for mom.

“Celebrating the New Year’s Baby is something our staff looks forward to during the holiday season each and every year. We make sure that all of our patients receive the highest quality of care, in the best manner possible, so they feel safe and comfortable during their stay,” said Annie Hatch, RN, Women and Newborn Service Manager at Central Valley Medical Center.

We also want to give a huge shout out to the members of our local and state community who also jumped in to show their support during this fun event; local businesses that provided donations this year included: Mid-State Consultants, Lotsa Motsa Pizza, Nebo-Leavitt Insurance Agency, Nephi Western Credit Union, and Salt Creek Cinemas; along with The Utah Educational Savings Plan (UESP) donating a $50 savings certificate.

Congratulations to the Everitt family!