At the Stroke of Midnight, City’s Public Health System’s First Baby of 2023 Born at NYC Health + Hospitals/South Brooklyn Health
Jan 01, 2023
The City’s public health system’s first baby of 2023 was welcomed at NYC Health + Hospitals/South Brooklyn Health this morning at the stroke of midnight. Named Kingsley Mei, the boy weighs 6 lbs. 7.6 oz. and measures 19 in. Kingsley Mei was born to parents Dexin and Holly. This is the Brooklyn couple’s first boy.
The City’s public health system delivers approximately 15,000 babies annually. The City’s public health system’s 11 hospitals provide expert prenatal care, labor and delivery services, family planning, comprehensive gynecology, women’s health and primary care outpatient medical support for women at every stage of life.
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