Havasu Regional Medical Center is ringing in 2020 with the year’s first bundle of joy. Weighing 7 pounds and 5 ounces and measuring 19 ¼ inches, Hunter was born to Lacee Loudermilk and Chris Borland, Thursday, at 12:03 p.m.
“We are so excited to meet our new baby boy!” Loudermilk said. “The physicians, nurses and staff at Havasu Regional Medical Center all helped to make this such a special and memorable experience for us, and we are so grateful for the wonderful care our family received.”
Havasu Regional Medical Center is committed to providing high quality, compassionate care close to home for new and expecting parents in the region. The Center offers private LDRP rooms that are family oriented, allowing all parts of the birthing process to take place in the same room and promotes maternal bonding. Caring staff, state-of-the-art equipment, and birthing classes are all part of the experience at HRMC.
“It is our privilege to provide a safe, comforting and welcoming environment for our newest and littlest community members,” said Dr. Kevin Hooker at HRMC. “Our team of expert clinical and support staff are dedicated to ensuring that every patient and his or her family have a positive experience during this special time.”