​The First Impressions Tile Program at Magee-Womens, UPMC Hamot

The First Impressions Tile Program is a way to record your baby’s first footprints laser-etched on a specially glazed tile.

First Impressions Tile Features

  • 6x6” in size
  • Includes baby’s full name
  • Includes baby’s date of birth
  • Color options: beach, rose, seafoam green, sky blue
  • Tile permanently showcased on the first floor of the Magee-Womens, UPMC Hamot
  • Proceeds provide comprehensive medical and wellness services to women and their families at all stages of life

Purchasing Your Tile

When you purchase a First Impressions tile for $300, an additional take-home tile can be purchased for $50. This makes a great gift for grandparents, godparents, or anyone else who will love and care for your baby.

Lasting Impressions Program at UPMC Hamot

Families can become a part of the Lasting Impressions Program by making a gift of $1,000 to the Hamot Health Foundation. Families will receive:

  • One permanent First Impressions tile installed in Magee-Womens, UPMC Hamot
  • One additional tile
  • Your name(s) listed on the Magee-Womens, UPMC Hamot Donor Wall in the lobby

For questions regarding this program, please call the Hamot Health Foundation at 814-877-7020.​

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