Hospitals in the Toronto area welcome the first babies in 2022

A hospital in Toronto gave birth to one of the city’s first babies in 2022 at exactly midnight.

Humber River Hospital said parents Sreyphea and Sambaph welcomed their little boy Maverick at 6 p.m. 12:00 Saturday.

“The two are excited to begin 2022 with their little bundle of joy,” the hospital said.

Just seconds after midnight, Markham Stouffville Hospital welcomed its first child into the new year.

The hospital posted a photo of baby Ryder James Ang and his happy parents on Twitter.

In Mississauga, nine minutes into 2022, baby Nathan was born at Credit Valley Hospital, weighing eight pounds and four ounces.

“We are pleased to report that the baby and mother are healthy and well,” Trillium Health Partners said in a statement.

Nathan’s parents, Anjali and Geril, said, “We’re both having a great start to our New Year!”

Baby Nathan

At 12:26 p.m., North York General Hospital gave birth to its first baby in the new year. The hospital tweeted a picture of baby Ahmad and his parents Saturday morning and congratulated the family.

Mount Sinai Hospital said its first baby in 2022 was born at. 01:36

In Vaughan, Cortelluci welcomed Vaughan Hospital to its first New Year’s child ever at. 3:31. The hospital first opened its doors in February 2021 exclusively to COVID-19 patients before becoming a full-service hospital four months later.

In a press release, it said that baby Amina, who weighs eight pounds and 11.7 ounces, is the third child of parents Sabira Adel and Ahmed Elbeltagy.

Baby Amina


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