Alejandro was born in Almeria at 00:01 on 2023.

Alejandro was born in Almeria at 00_01 on 2023
He was born in the Torrecárdenas hospital to the sound of the chimes.

The first babies born in Andalusia in 2023 have been boys, both delivered at the sound of 12 o’clock. In Malaga, Aarón was born by natural childbirth at 00:01 at the Hospital of the Regional Maternity Hospital. The little boy, Érika and Omar’s first child, weighed 4,200 grams and measured 53 centimetres.

In Almería, at the Hospital Materno-Universitario Torrecárdenas and at the same time, Alejandro was born, weighing 3,405 grams in a natural birth. His parents, Macarena and Alejandro, were accompanied by the same midwife who attended the new mother on her first visit as a pregnant woman to the health centre. They are from the city of Almeria.

The first baby from Cádiz was born at the Puerta del Mar Hospital at 00:45 hours. The baby boy weighed 2,920 grams and measured 49 centimetres.

In Cordoba, the first baby of 2023 was born at the Reina Sofia University Hospital, her name is Sofia and she came into the world at 5:48 am. It was a natural birth and she was born at 33 weeks and 6 days gestation, for which she was admitted to Neonatology for prematurity. She weighed 1.974 kilograms. The mother’s name is Estíbaliz, she lives in La Carlota (Córdoba) and this was her second birth.

In Granada, the first birth of the year, by natural childbirth, took place at the San Cecilio University Hospital at 3:03 am. It was a boy, Adrián, who weighed 3,830 grams and measured 55 centimetres.

The first child born in public hospitals in Huelva was at the Juan Ramón Jiménez Hospital at 00:57 hours. His name is Manuel and he weighed 3,330 grams.

Jonnhy Amador was born at Jaén Hospital at 00:30h, weighing 3.3 kilos and measuring 53 centimetres. His parents are Jonnhy Andrés and Andrea. He is the first child of the couple and the first baby from Jaén in 2023.

At 00:23 hours Julia, the first baby of Seville, was born, weighing 3,285 grams. It was a natural birth by her mother, María, who came from Arahal.

In Andalusia’s public hospitals, as of 30 November, 43,001 births had been attended. In 2021 the number of births attended in the SAS was 50,372.


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