NWCH New Year Babies

January 8, 2015

This year Newark-Wayne Community Hospital is recognizing two “First Babies” born in 2015. Both were born on January 2nd, 2015. The first, a little girl, Elizabeth Carol Miller, couldn’t wait to get to Rochester General Hospital and was born at home with assistance from E-911 and her dad. Mom and baby were brought to Newark-Wayne after her delivery. The second, a little boy, Jace Matthew LeBlanc was delivered by Dr. Tara Gellasch at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital.

Elizabeth Carol, the daughter of Jennifer and Tim Miller, of Lyons, was was delivered at home on January 2nd at 12:30 a.m. She weighed 7 lbs. 13 oz. and was 20 at birth. She is joining her siblings Jayme 14 and Jenna 19.

Jace Matthew, the son of Alyssa Ennis and Jared LeBlanc, lives in Seneca Falls. He was born on January 2nd at 9:39 a.m. at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital. He weighed 8 lbs. 3 oz., was 20” long at birth and is joining a brother, Tristian, who is 5 years-old.

The babies’ parents were presented with beautiful gifts courtesy of the Birthing Center and the Newark-Wayne Community Hospital Auxiliary.

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