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  • Valley Regional Medical Center Recognized for Its Work to Give More Babies a Healthy Start in Life

    February 13, 2014

    Valley Regional Medical Center has been recognized by the March of Dimes for reducing the number of elective inductions and caesarean deliveries performed before 39 weeks of pregnancy. According to studies presented at the annual meeting of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Valley Regional Medical Center and other hospitals that institute policies to eliminate non-medically indicated deliveries prior to 39 weeks' gestation may have a positive impact on fetal outcomes.

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  • Employees at Valley Regional Medical Center Believe in Giving to Others

    January 22, 2014

    Employees at Valley Regional Medical believe giving to others is the best way to spend the holiday season. For more than 28 years, Sostenes Mireles, Laboratory Services Director and fellow employees have spent the winter holidays helping those in need.

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  • Valley Regional Medical Center Welcomes Its First Baby Of The New Year!

    January 01, 2014

    Valley Regional Medical Center and Dr. Orlando Ramirez helped Abril Elizondo and Ariel Munoz, Jr. welcome their daughter, Amiee to the world at 2:38am on January 1, 2014. Amiee weighs 6 lbs and 14.8 ozs and is 20” long. This is their first baby. Amiee is also the first granddaughter born to both families.

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  • Valley Regional Medical Center Partners with Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin Opening Brownsville’s First Donor Human Milk Depot

    November 18, 2013

    Valley Regional Medical Center today announced it has opened Brownsville’s first donor human milk depot, a place where lactating women can donate their extra breastmilk to help feed premature and critically ill babies. The donated breastmilk will be sent to The Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin where it is pasteurized and made safe for babies, then dispensed by prescription to hospitals and outpatients throughout the Rio Grande Valley, Texas and beyond.

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