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Flushing hospital welcomes first baby to be born in the Lunar New Year

Photos by Dominick Totino

A Flushing hospital celebrated its first baby to be born in the Lunar New Year early Friday morning.

At 2:37 a.m. on Feb. 16, Eric Yu was born to parents YingHui Ma and Fei Yu at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens. Eric was born weighing 6 pounds, 15 ounces.

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens is a community teaching hospital affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine, serving Queens and metro New York residents. There are 4,000 infant deliveries are performed at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens annually.

Eric Yu
Eric Yu
Kimberly Leone, RN, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens; Heather Smith, CNA, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens; Andrew Yu, son of YingHui Ma and Fei Yu; Eric Yu; YingHui Ma, mother; Fei Yu, father; MinChan Lin, RN, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens; Sheryl Gatuz-Jacolbe, Assistant Nurse Manager, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens; Jacqueline Leonard-Simpson, Nurse Manager, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens.
Kimberly Leone, RN, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens; Heather Smith, CNA, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens; Andrew Yu, son of YingHui Ma and Fei Yu; Eric Yu; YingHui Ma, mother; Fei Yu, father; MinChan Lin, RN, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens; Sheryl Gatuz-Jacolbe, Assistant Nurse Manager, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens; Jacqueline Leonard-Simpson, Nurse Manager, NewYork-Presbyterian Queens.

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