First baby delivered in 2013 at Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center was a girl

Date: 
01/05/2013
2013FirstBornPSMEMC

Little Angeline is surrounded by her parents and siblings plus Marisol Espino, R.N.

Angeline Olivares made her appearance 6:53 a.m. on Jan. 1, as the first baby born in 2013 at Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center (PSMEMC), 2233 W. Division, in Ukrainian Village.

Parents of three other children, Faviola and Leodardo Olivares are from Chicago’s Humboldt Park area.

Thana Tarsha, M.D., delivered the baby, along with help from The Family Birthplace. To celebrate the New Year’s Day arrival, the nurses presented the new mom, dad and baby with a gift basket filled with such goodies as blankets, clothing, bibs, booties and more.

About 2,050 babies are born annually at The Family Birthplace, which provides comprehensive care around the clock by board-certified obstetricians, certified nurse-midwives, family practitioners and pediatricians. In addition, the hospital has board-certified anesthesiologists available around the clock and in-house neonatologists who have special training in caring for high-risk newborns. PSMEMC offers advanced care nurseries (Level II+) with state-of-the-art monitoring and neonatal intensive care.

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January 1 the New Year a very

January 1 the New Year a very special day for every individual around the world; and having a baby in this day is also very special for every parent. Here we can found the first baby of the year 2013 in the Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center (PSMEMC), 2233 W. Division, in Ukrainian Village. Parents are feeling more special for their children and getting a special birth date is also brings lots of excitement among them.

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