South Lake Hospital welcomes first baby of 2015

Proud parents Damu Cherry-Mitchell and Dennis Mitchell welcomed the birth of their baby girl Aaleyah Mitchell.


Kim Couch
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CLERMONT, Fla. — South Lake Hospital’s Centre for Women’s Health welcomed its first baby of the new year on Friday, Jan. 2, 2015, at 3:39 a.m.

Proud parents Damu Cherry-Mitchell and Dennis Mitchell gave birth to a baby girl named Aaleyah Mitchell, who weighed eight pounds, two ounces and is 19 ½ inches long. The family is doing well and enjoying their new addition to the family.

The baby was delivered by Matthew Casavant, DO and Joesph Kerpsack, MD The Mitchell family received a welcome basket filled with newborn necessities and gifts from South Lake Hospital.

The Centre for Women’s Health offers labor and delivery services, childbirth and breastfeeding education classes as well as diagnostic imaging services for women including digital mammography, 4-D ultrasound, bone densitometry and stereotactic breast biopsies.

About LiveWell South Lake Hospital Campus:
The LiveWell South Lake Hospital Campus includes the 122-bed non-profit hospital, in partnership with Orlando Health, Centre for Women’s Health, LiveWell Fitness Center, National Training Center, South Lake Endoscopy Center, South Lake Surgery Center and campus partners Special Olympics Florida, Brandy Johnson Global Gymnastics and several medical office buildings. South Lake Hospital has been serving the healthcare needs of the South Lake community since 1947 and employs 1,100 employees and has more than 250 physicians on its medical staff. The campus focuses on preventative healthcare through health, sports and fitness programming. For more information please visit