Women’s Hospital First Anniversary Celebration

UPMC Hamot celebrated the first anniversary of the opening of the Women’s Hospital on Jan. 28, 2012. Smash cakes were given to 11 of the babies born at the hospital since the opening. The event also featured a free health fair and screenings, cooking demonstrations, giveaways, the teddy bear operating room, and snacks.

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Eight adorable babies born during the first few weeks after the opening of the Women’s Hospital were lined up in high chairs and given smash cakes.

The babies have delved into the cakes, their little hands and faces covered in frosting.

Two little pink and blue teddy bears wearing bandages while resting in a patient bed recovering from endless hours of playing.

Matthew Testrake, DPM, shares information about foot and ankle care.

Nursing students and community members visit the information booths in the Lincoln Education Center.

A community member tries out using the da Vinci Si surgical robot.

Cooking demonstration in the UPMC Hamot Heart Institute kitchen.

A baby boy puts his finger in the top of his “1” smash cake.

Baby girl sits back and relaxes as she has almost finished her cake.

A baby girl starts tasting the frosting on the smash cake.




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