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First baby born at Selkirk Regional Health Centre - It’s a boy!

A healthy baby boy, Ashton Cole McCrindle, was the first born at the new Selkirk Regional Health Centre at 8:48 a.m. on Thursday, June 29 to mom Erin Emms and her husband Andrew McCrindle of Inwood. Weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces and measuring just over 20 inches long, Ashton was the first of four babies born at the new health centre that day.
“Everyone was really excited about the first baby,” says Erin, who delivered her two-and-a-half-year-old  son, Landon, at the former hospital.

Erin thanks the "super friendly and really nice staff" at the new health centre.

The staff and physicians at the region’s family birthing unit and staff across Interlake-Eastern RHA extend their best wishes and congratulations to Emms/McCrindle family on the birth of their son.

Erin Emms with her son Ashton Cole McCrindle, the first baby born at Selkirk Regional Health Centre.


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