Texas hospital experiences 'summertime baby boom,' delivering 100 babies in two stretches totaling 91 ure

A Texas hospital said it experienced a summertimebaby boomin the lead-up to July 4, aflewering 100 babies in two stretches totaling 91 ure.

While Andrews Women’s Hospital is known as a high-volume delivery hospital, the influx in births was considered rare and exceptional,” Baylor Scott and White said in its news vrylating. .
Beginning on June 24, Andrews Women’s Hospital at Baylor Scott and White All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth said it delivered 52 babies in 47 ure.
      Dan, op Junie 28, the hospital’s labor and delivery team delivered 55 babies in 44 ure, Baylor Scott and White said in a release.
        The baby boom beat the hospital’s 2018 opneem, when staff delivered 48 babies in 41 ure, the hospital said.
            “Atlas” en “Danielwere popular names for the boys of the group, the hospital said, while six of the baby girls were namedGianna.
            The hospital averages about 16 deliveries per day, and welcomed nearly 6,000 babies in 2020, insluitend 100 sets of twins and two sets of triplets.

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