Corpus Christi, Texas, August 26, 2017 – Baby Harvey Rodriguez arrived safe and sound last night at Corpus Christi Medical Center Doctors Regional as his namesake hurricane barreled down on the Gulf Coast. Weighing in at 7 lbs., 18 ¼ inches long, at 7:55 p.m., baby Harvey was delivered by Dr. Leighann Glazener and Dr. Romulo Corrada as the eye of the storm made landfall just north of Corpus Christi.
Mother Irma Rodriguez had not selected a name for the baby before she went into labor.
When one of the hospital nurses suggested the name Harvey, the mom agreed it was perfect.
“It was exciting delivering my baby during the hurricane. We are thankful for the care we received at Doctors Regional and for the good health of our family,” said Ms. Rodriguez.
“Patient care is our highest priority, even during a Category 4 hurricane. We are blessed with outstanding nurses, physicians and staff to serve the community,” said Jay Woodall, Corpus Christi Medical Center Chief Executive Officer.
Corpus Christi Medical Center Doctors Regional is successfully weathering Hurricane Harvey.
We are now treating new emergency center patients at Corpus Christi Medical Center Doctors Regional. At this time, EMS and patients are beginning to access our Emergency Center services at Corpus Christi Medical Center Doctors Regional at a steady pace.
Pictured Left to Right; Evelyn Galvan, Megan Villanueva, Denise Luker, Debbie Schiller, Amber Berry, Dr. Leighanne Glazener, Amber Brown, Jessica Thomas
Pictured: Baby Harvey, Christopher Gaule, RN at Corpus Christi Medical Center
About Corpus Christi Medical Center
Committed to the care and improvement of human life, Corpus Christi Medical Center has been a growing part of South Texas for the past 50 years. What began as a 26-bed facility in the early 60s has grown into a multi-campus health care system offering a full range of medical services, outstanding clinical care and superior technology. From caring for fragile newborns to complex cardiovascular patients, Corpus Christi Medical Center ensures the community receives the highest quality medical care available. The campuses of Corpus Christi Medical Center are Doctors Regional, Bay Area, The Heart Hospital, Northwest Regional, Bayview Behavioral Hospital, Northshore Emergency Center, and Radiation Oncology at Corpus Christi Cancer Center. For more information about Corpus Christi Medical Center, visit www.ccmedicalcenter.com.
About HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division
HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division is a comprehensive network of hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, emergency centers and diagnostic imaging facilities in greater Houston, Corpus Christi and South Texas. Facilities in the Gulf Coast Division include: 18 hospitals, nine ambulatory surgical centers, 10 freestanding emergency centers, and a regional transfer center that provides one phone call access and support for patient transfers into and out of the HCA Gulf Coast Division Affiliated Hospitals as well as access to ground and air transportation within a 150- mile radius. For more information, visit www.HCAGulfCoast.com.