More Than 5,300 Babies Born At Presbyterian Hospital In 2009
News Release: January 28, 2010
Albuquerque’s Presbyterian Hospital helped introduce 5,340 babies to the world in 2009. This number of births included 90 sets of twins, plus seven set of triplets.
The Presbyterian system, with hospitals in Clovis, Ruidoso, Espanola, Socorro and Tucumcari had more than 7,300 deliveries in 2009. The total number of babies born at Presbyterian Hospitals across the state in 2009 was more than any other hospital system in New Mexico.
“We strive to provide the best birthing and delivery experience possible for every patient and family we serve,” Mary Taylor, administrator of the Women’s Program for Presbyterian Healthcare Services.” The birth of a child is such a special occasion and it’s a real honor to be a part of those memories,” Taylor added.
Presbyterian offers many programs to help educate families on prenatal care. There are classes that help meet the varying needs of parents throughout pregnancy, birth, and the early parenting experience. For more information, please visit www.phs.org.