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Exactly one month after the new Lake Chelan Health Hospital opened, they welcomed the first baby of 2023. Aylani Espino-Valdovinos was born last Thursday morning at 9:20 am and weighed 7lbs, 2.5 ounces. Congratulations to the new parents Litzy Valdovinos and Ramiro Espino. The first-time parents were presented with a baby basket donated by Guild B. The basket included diapers, a baby blanket, and a variety of other items. The new arrival was delivered by Resident Dr. Elizabeth Buck and Dr. Tobe Harberd from Columbia Valley Community Health and Lake Chelan Health nurses Brenda Brodigan, Juliana England and Kerry Finerty. It seems like the new hospital has had a busy first month for deliveries, since opening the new hospital, there have been six babies born in the Labor and Delivery, Recovery and Postpartum unit.

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