Northern Inyo Hospital’s first baby of New Year 2023, Maximus Oliver Freeman of Bishop, made his debut Tuesday, January 3 at 10:07 p.m. Maximus weighed in at seven pounds, 12 ounces and was 20” in length. Mom Boneva Steel, dad Daniel Freeman, and baby Maximus reported they are all doing well during a recent follow-up visit with the team at Northern Inyo Associates Pediatric Clinic.
Shown here, from left, pediatrician Dr. Lindsey Ricci, mom Boneva Steel (cradling baby Maximus), dad Daniel Freeman, and RHC-NIA Medical Assistant Brandi Park. Also, welcoming Maximus home are sister Prudence, 12, and brother Desmond, 5.
About Northern Inyo Healthcare District: Founded in 1946, Northern Inyo Healthcare District features a 25-bed critical access hospital, a 24-hour emergency department, a primary care rural health clinic, a diagnostic imaging center, and clinics specializing in women’s health, orthopedics, internal medicine, pediatrics and allergies, general surgery, colorectal surgery, breast cancer surgery and urology. Continually
striving to improve the health outcomes of those who rely on its services, Northern Inyo Healthcare District aims to improve our communities one life at a time. One team, one goal, your health.