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The 100,000th baby has been born at the Lyell McEwin Hospital!

On Monday January 29th, baby Jaxon was welcomed into the world by his loving parents Kayla and Josh and his older sister Alyera at the LMH.

We’re proud to support research and patient care at the LMH and thrilled to celebrate this momentous milestone with Jaxon, his family and the wonderful staff at the LMH.

Pictured above is our Manager Donor Engagement at the LMH Morgan Pearse and Meredith Hobbs, Divisional Director Nursing & Midwifery, Women & Children’s Division, Northern Adelaide Local Health Network with Jaxon and his family. We were proud to provide young Jaxon and his family a gift to celebrate their milestone kindy donated by local businesses – a Personalised Teddy Bear from Personalised Teddy Bears, a baby gift box from Bundle + Twine and a new mum platter box from Amazing Grazers.

“We’re so thrilled to be involved in such an incredible milestone for the hospital and help welcome baby Jaxon into the world,” THRF Chief Executive Paul Flynn said.

“With the support of the THRF community, we’ll continue to ensure patients at the LMH receive the best care possible informed by the latest research and patient care projects.”

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