By Shannon McKone on Thursday, January 13th, 2022 in More Top Stories Northeastern Oregon News
BAKER CITY – (Release from Saint Alphonsus) They say good things come to those who wait, and the first baby born at Saint Alphonsus Medical Center – Baker City in 2022 waited a bit into the new year before arriving.
Dominic James Buddy Hillman was born on January 10th at 7:42 pm weighing 8 pounds, 2 ounces and measuring 21 inches. He was born to Dustin and Natawani Hillman and is also welcomed by brother Mason and sister Arorah. Both mother and baby are doing well.
To commemorate the hospital’s first baby of 2022, Saint Alphonsus presented Natawani, Dustin and Domonic with a gift basket containing a host of newborn necessities, including:
About Saint Alphonsus Health System
As a faith-based Catholic ministry and not-for-profit health system, Saint Alphonsus Health System reinvests in the communities we serve, through charity care and other benefits. Our goal is to improve the health and well-being of people by emphasizing care that is patient-centered, physician-led, innovative and community-based. Saint Alphonsus Health System serves the people of southwestern Idaho, eastern Oregon and northern Nevada through these facilities: Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center – Boise, ID; Saint Alphonsus Regional Rehabilitation Hospital – Boise, ID; Saint Alphonsus Medical Center – Nampa, ID; Saint Alphonsus Medical Center – Ontario, OR; Saint Alphonsus Medical Center – Baker City, OR; and, Saint Alphonsus Medical Group with primary and specialty care providers at over 70 clinic locations, all of which are members of the Saint Alphonsus Health Alliance, a network of over 2100 employed and independent providers. Saint Alphonsus is a proud member of Trinity Health, one of the largest multi-institutional Catholic health care delivery systems in the nation. Trinity Health serves people and communities in 22 states from coast to coast with 94 hospitals and 122 continuing care facilities, home health and hospice programs, and PACE center locations. To find out more go to: www.saintalphonsus.org