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Cuero Regional Hospital POSTPONES From Bump to Baby: Family & Baby Expo to 2021

Community news | Friday, July 17, 2020

Contact: Emily Weatherly

July 17, 2020

EVENT NOTICE: Cuero Regional Hospital POSTPONES From Bump to Baby: Family & Baby Expo to 2021

Cuero, Texas: Cuero Regional Hospital (CRH) has postponed “From Bump to Baby” Family & Baby Expo to 2021. The specific date in 2021 has not been set as many factors are still unknown. The event, now postponed until 2021, will provide an avenue for those expecting to tour the facility, meet the staff, hear from providers and receive educational materials.

“We did not make the decision to postpone this event lightly. In keeping with our commitment to always put the health of our citizens, including our employees, at the forefront of all that we do, we feel that moving the event to the new year will allow for a safe and practical educational event for our expectant mothers–to-be and their families.,” said Lynn Falcone, CEO of Cuero Health.

The event will be held both indoors at The Childbirth Center at CRH, as well as outdoors in the CRH Angel Garden, located near the entrance for the Childbirth Center.

“We are excited for you to meet with our Cuero Health experienced staff and doctors and experience the difference of delivering your bundle of joy close to home,” said Judy Krupala, Chief Nursing Office at Cuero Regional Hospital. “We are very proud that they rank in the 99th percentile for patient satisfaction! They truly provide caring expertise to our patients.”

Krupala shared, “Since 1970, Cuero Regional Hospital has provided compassionate care to the citizens of Cuero, Goliad, Kenedy, Nixon, Westhoff, Yoakum, Yorktown and all rural communities that lie between with pride and is proud to provide care for all stages of life.”

“Our doctors are here for those expecting to help them have a healthy, informed pregnancy, a smooth delivery and provide care for the baby throughout it’s’ life. Not only are our providers highly trained in obstetrics, but given their family medicine background, they are able to care for you and your family through all stages of life. Their experience and compassion is what makes the difference in the lives of the patients we serve,” said Wilma Reedy, Childbirth Center at Cuero Regional Hospital Director.

In addition, CRH also owns and operates five family medicine clinics in Cuero and the surrounding area. Cuero Medical Clinic and Parkside Family Clinic are located in Cuero, with the three other clinics residing in Goliad (Goliad Family Practice), Kenedy (Kenedy Family Practice), and Yorktown (Yorktown Medical Clinic). Each clinic has doctors and providers on staff to provide prenatal and postnatal quality care to mom (and baby).

For more information and updates on the event, please visit www.cuerohospital.org or follow us on Facebook: Cuero Regional Hospital.