LRH Welcomes First Baby of 2017
January 6, 2017
Proud parents Tuul and George Johnson and newborn Tidus are joined by Kimberly P. Force, RNC, MSN, CPPS, Clinical Director, Inpatient Services on the right and Nick Braccino, President at LRH.
Littleton, NH - Tuul and George Johnson welcomed their baby boy, Tidus, on January 1, 2017 at 10:18 am. Baby Tidus is the first born at Littleton Regional Healthcare - Sauter Birthing Suite in 2017. Tidus weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20.7 inches long. Tidus will join his eight year old brother, Temuujin at home.
George Johnson works for the Town of St. Johnsbury, Vermont as a police officer, and Tuul Johnson work at JC Penney in St. Johnsbury, Vt as a department supervisor. Both parents are happy to be home, grateful for the care and treatment they received at LRH, and look forward to raising their beautiful family.
Maternal grandfather, Dovchin Perenlei from Mongolia will hopefully see his new grandson soon. Fraternal grandparents, Caren and Floyd Kelley from Lunenberg, VT look forward to meeting baby Tidus.
LRH is one of only three hospitals who perform deliveries in northern New Hampshire. In 2015, 324 newborns were welcomed at LRH. Drs. Scott Brody, Nicholas Marks and John Sauter provide obstetrics and gynecology services at LRH. In 2016, a major expansion and renovation to the Sauter Birthing Suite was completed, providing a more relaxed environment for new parents and their families during delivery.
For information about the Sauter Birthing Suite, please call (603) 444-7610 or visit The Sauter Birthing Suite.
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