New Year’s baby welcomed at the Miramichi Regional Hospital
The Miramichi’s New Year’s baby arrived ten days early before his scheduled delivery date. The Miramichi Regional Health Authority welcomed its 2007 New Year’s baby, Noah Rousselle, weighing 7lbs, 14 oz at 12:51 p.m. on January 1. Proud parents are Nathalie and Emmanuel Rousselle of Tabusintac. Noah is a brother to Jeremy, aged 4.
As part of the New Brunswick Medical Society’s 2007 Safe Start Program, Dr. Eugene Mah, district representative and president of the Miramichi medical staff, presented Noah and his mother Nathalie with a new infant car seat. The NB Medical Society presents an infant car seat to the first New Year’s baby born in each hospital as part of its Safe Start Program. The program reinforces the idea that children need to be properly restrained in motor vehicles.
Dr. Eugene Mah, district representative for the NB Medical Society and president of the Miramichi medical staff presents a new infant car seat as part of its 2007 Safe Start Program to Noah Rousselle, the first baby born in 2007 at the Miramichi Regional Hospital and his mother Nathalie Rousselle.
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