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First ever baby born at hospital returns to be a nurse

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You know what we’re going to say next, right? You guessed it. She’ll be working alongside the nurse who helped deliver her into the world. According to upi.com:

“Cameron Fox, 23, the first baby born at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth, said she was hired last week as a registered nurse in postpartum, where she will take care of babies once they have been delivered with the help of nurse Eileen Wilson, who helped deliver Fox in 1987, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Monday.”

Which hospital were you born in? Would you consider ever working there? Why or why not?

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