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Gundersen adds to baby record in 2021

There were more babies born at Gundersen Health System in 2021 than any other year in the history of healthcare organization.

A total of 1,776 babies entered the world at Gundersen hospitals, 80 more than the record set in 2020. Total deliveries increased 4.2 percent in 2021.

“This year has been remarkable,” said Obstetrics & Nursery Clinical Manager Amy Frauenkron. “For the new families 2021 has been extraordinary. We hope the families always understand how special Gundersen staff members feel about each and every child. These babies are the miracles and unforgettable part of 2021.”

In 2021, the most popular names are:

Girls:

1. Olivia
2. Amelia
3. Evelyn
4. Scarlett, Harper, Nora (tie)
5. Emma, Eleanor (tie)

Boys:

1. Jackson/Jack
2. Henry
3. Oliver
4. Wyatt
5. Liam

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