Iowa Specialty Hospital’s 100th baby of 2016, Neva RayLynn Gilley, was born on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 9:25 in the morning to parents Kris and Stacy Gilley of Humboldt. Baby Neva weighed 8 pounds 2.6 ounces and was 20 inches in length. Dr. Daniel Gabrielson and Dr. Tim Nagel both participated in the delivery.
“Being so close to Mother’s Day, I am reminded just how much I’ve been blessed!” said Mother Stacy. Neva is welcomed by her two sisters: Josilyn Gilley, age 6, and Aysah Arnold, age 4.
“We are so excited to have three daughters who can be great friends!” added Father Kris.
Dr. Gabrielson also commented: “We continue to sustain growth in obstetrics. I hope both our patients and hospital keep believing in the process of direct, personal, and genuine care to all!”
Iowa Specialty Hospital’s Maternity Center is located at the Clarion Campus. “We are truly honored when a family chooses Iowa Specialty Hospital for the birth of their baby,” said Casey Howell, OB Leader. In 2015, Iowa Specialty Hospital delivered 311 babies which is the most ever delivered at the facility in one year. Howell says they are on track to surpass 300 babies again in 2016.