Suburban Hospital Looking For First-Year Newborns


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If you were born in the original Suburban Hospital, Suburban Hospital is looking for you. To celebrate its 70th anniversary, the Old Georgetown Road hospital wants to share stories of those who were born in the first year of its existence. Back then, it was a 130-bed hospital built to meet the demand of the expanding World War II military population in what was a much more rural Montgomery County. Today, it's a lot bigger and there are plans to expand. On Thursday, Suburban put the word out for anyone born at the hospital turning 70 between December 2013 and December 2014. The hospital opened on Dec. 13, 1943. If interested, you can email (info@suburbanhospital.org) or call (301-896-3939) the hospital to get more information. Suburban plans to share patient stories through social media and other publications. Photo via Suburban Hospital

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