West Warwick baby one of four Kent newborns recognized
Kent Hospital is proud to have collaborated with the Girl Scouts of Rhode Island to celebrate their 100th Anniversary on March 12, 2012. Girl Scouts of Rhode Island declared 2012 as "The Year of the Girl" and recognized any baby girl born on March 12, by inviting them to become members of "Troop 2012". Kent Hospital delivered four girls on the anniversary, who will now have their first year Daisy membership fee paid for by the Girl Scouts.
Krystal Silva and Keith Lavallee of West Warwick, welcomed their new baby girl Kaylee Marie on March 12. Kaylee, along with three other babies, is now a member of Troop 2012 and was given her certificate and a Girl Scouts of Rhode Island onesie to take home. Congratulations to the families!
Girl Scouts is the preeminent leadership development organization for girls, grades K-12, with 3.2 million girl and adult members worldwide. Girl Scouts of Rhode Island serves 8,500 girls – with the help of 2,500 dedicated adult volunteers -- throughout Rhode Island, southeastern Massachusetts and Pawcatuck, CT. For more information about Girl Scouts of Rhode Island, Inc. and how to become a Girl Scout or adult member, please visit www.gsri.org.
The Women's Care Center at Kent provides individualized care for a memorable childbirth experience for you and your family. The Women's Care Center achieved a 5-star rating in Maternity Care for 2011 from HealthGrades. Kent also earned a Specialty Excellence Award for Maternity Care in 2011, having achieved the 5-star rating for two consecutive years. Kent was one of only six hospitals in New England to achieve 5-stars.