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200th Baby Arrives at Cary Medical Center

OVER 200 BABIES BORN AT CARY MEDICAL CENTER FOR THE 8TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR

Presenting Freya with her basket of gifts are team members from Maternal/Child (back L-R), Casey Harpine, RN, Dr. John Wilkins, Pediatrician locum, Dr. Yesim Kural, Kim Martin, DNP, FNP, CNM, front (L-R) Mariah Hebert, RN, Shelly Deprey, RN, Baby Freya & Mallory Willey, RN.

Caribou, ME- A family from Limestone had an extra special gift under their Christmas tree this year with the birth of their new baby girl which represented the 200th delivery at Cary Medical Center for 2019.

Freya Piper Moulton was born at 7:09 p.m., on Thursday, December 26th, to Chelsea and Alexander Moulton of Limestone. Freya weighed 5lbs, 5.5oz, 18 ¼ inches long and was delivered by Dr. Yesim Kural and Kim Martin, a Family Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Midwife with Pines Health Services.

“Cary is a family centered organization and we recognize that childbirth is a very special time in one’s life. We have an exceptional partnership with Pines and this collaboration allows us to deliver seamless care between both organizations. We are absolutely thrilled and honored by families throughout the County who choose Cary and Pines as they grow their families”, said Kris Doody, RN, Cary Medical Center & Pines Health Services CEO.

As the 200th baby born this year, Freya and her parents received some very special gifts from the Cary Medical Center team. Presenting Freya with her basket of gifts are team members from Maternal/Child (back L-R), Casey Harpine, RN, Dr. John Wilkins, Pediatrician locum, Dr. Yesim Kural, Kim Martin, DNP, FNP, CNM, front (L-R) Mariah Hebert, RN, Shelly Deprey, RN, Baby Freya & Mallory Willey, RN.

Cary Medical Center is a 65-bed acute care hospital well known for its patient-centered services. We are a community of providers committed to excellence in healthcare and to improving the lives of those we serve. We are actively engaged in advancing the health and wellness needs of people in Aroostook County, including the unserved and underserved. Cary Medical Center is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Find us on Facebook @carymedicalcenter.

Pines Health Services is a non-profit, community-based multi-specialty physician practice serving the residents of northern and central Aroostook County. Pines providers are committed to excellence in patient-centered health care and to improving the lives of those we serve. Our team of providers, nurses and support staff are actively engaged in advancing the health and wellness needs of people in the County, with a special focus on the unserved and underserved. Find us on Facebook @pineshealthservices.

 

What People Say About Us

Here are just a few of the many positive things our patients have to say about their the care they received at Cary Medical Center.

  1. The staff in one day surgery is absolutely amazing. I was very thankful for my team of nurses, doctors and right down to the secretary that checked me in. You all were so amazing, friendly and professional. Thank you so much!

    Desiree S.

    Desiree S.

  2. I am beyond happy with our visit at Cary! We can't thank you and your amazing staff for keeping our little boy your #1 concern. You did such an amazing job! Thank you Cary Medical Center!

    Whittni N.

    Whittni N.

  3. This hospital was exactly what a hospital should be. The took such good care of my grandmother and the display of humanity and compassion was genuine. I am forever grateful.

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    Joshua S.

  4. I had my son at Cary and I couldn’t imagine being treated better anywhere. The staff were attentive, empathetic, and went above and beyond for my comfort. I wouldn’t want to give birth anywhere else.

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    Emily O.

  5. A big shout-out to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Cary Medical Center’s ER, Imaging, Lab, Food Service, and ACU Departments. I can’t thank you enough for the wonderful care from each of you.

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