Contact: Emily Weatherly
Cuero, Texas: Cuero Regional Hospital (CRH) is postponing “From Bump to Baby” Family & Baby Expo, which was scheduled for Saturday, April 4, 2020 to a new date (to be determined) given recommendations to practice social distancing during this time and to protect the health of our community.
“Given the recent updates on the Coronavirus, we are asking people to practice social distancing and are postponing From Bump to Baby since the event falls early in the month of April. Organizations across the country are evaluating community events where people gather in large groups. Please know we did not make the decision to postpone this event lightly. However, given the rapidly evolving nature of this disease, we believe this decision is in keeping with our commitment to always put the health of our citizens, including our employees, at the forefront of all that we do,” said Lynn Falcone, CEO of Cuero Health.
“Several of our vendors withdrew given the current climate and we want our event attendees to have the best experience possible, so postponing the event at this time is the right solution for all involved,” said Falcone.
“2020 marks 50 years of caring for Cuero Regional Hospital. While we unfortunately have to reschedule this event to a later date, we invite 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.
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 skilled 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 Krupala.
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 new date for the event, please visit www.cuerohospital.org or follow us on Facebook: Cuero Regional Hospital and click on events.