With the majority of steel erection now complete, the focus has shifted to enclosing the building. Exterior wall framing and roofing are all tasks that need to be complete before the building is considered enclosed. The exterior wall framing has already begun; roofing work will begin in February and continue to the beginning of March. Thank you again to Market & Johnson for the bird’s eye view of the building.
Over the past couple of months, we have patiently watched and waited for something to resemble a building on the site. Well, that day is finally here. The Webster Health Center now has form and shape with steel beams in place.
Aeva Heier and James O’Brien of Siren, WI had something very special to celebrate during the first week of the New Year– the birth of their son, Heath Mikael Scott O’Brien. Kelly Schmidt, FNP, CNM and Dr. Jill Ties delivered him on January 2, 2018 at 2:30 PM. Labor support OB Nurses were Kayla Bistrom, Kim Johnson, Shelly Potter and Jenny Stone. Assisting in his delivery was OB Nurse, Kerry Swenson. Baby Heath weighed 8 lbs.11 oz. and measured 19 inches long at birth. He has the honor of being the first baby born at SCRMC in 2018.
As the parents of the first child born in 2018 at St. Croix Regional Medical Center, the proud and happy couple received a gift basket valued at over $800. Included in the basket are gifts from the medical center, SCRMC Volunteer Partner’s Gift shop, The BirthPlace Photographers, a $50 gift certificate from Wal-Mart, an hour massage for mom from SCRMC’s Kinisi Institute for Movement, a $20 gift card to Patient Perks Coffee Shop located at St. Croix Regional Medical Center and other gifts generously donated. We are grateful to these merchants and staff for offering these gifts for the baby and family of the first child of 2018.