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Calvert hospital welcomes its first 2015 baby


Jenny and Glenn Scott of California with their newborn son, Douglas Glenn.

Prince Frederick, MD – Glenn and Jenny Scott of California knew their first child would be a boy. They also knew their son would be delivered by Caesarian section at Calvert Memorial Hospital (CMH) in Prince Frederick, since Jenny’s obstetrician, Dr. Hilary W. Ginter, has her practice on the CMH campus. The couple was anticipating their son’s arrival sometime after the start of the new year.

“We had a C-section scheduled for the fifth,” said Jenny.

That’s when the unexpected happened. On New Year’s Day Jenny went into labor. On Jan. 1, 2015 at 12:44 p.m., Douglas Glenn Scott arrived, CMH’s first birth of the new year. The new boy weighs 7 pounds, 2 ounces.

“It was all very efficient,” said Jenny of the birth experience.

Both Glenn and Jenny work at Patuxent Naval Air Station, Glenn with a contractor and Jenny for Civil Service. The couple has been married two years. Jenny grew up in Southern Maryland while Glenn is a North Carolina native.

When The Bay Net got a glimpse of CMH’s first 2015 we asked paternal grandmother Lea Scott what kind of plans she has for her new grandson. “Big ones,” she said. “He’s going to be a weatherman.”

Jenny said she has planned for a 12-week maternity leave. She and Baby Douglas Glenn will likely be heading home to St. Mary’s County on Sunday.

After Jenny announced the plan, Douglas Glenn Scott, age one day, let out a loud shriek of approval.

Congratulations Jenny and Glenn and Happy New Year!

Contact Marty Madden at marty.madden@thebaynet.com

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