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Mayo Clinic Health System–Red Cedar in Menomonie

Mayo Clinic Health System–Red Cedar in Menomonie

What’s in a name? Ask Emmett, Jackson and Owen. Or Abigail, Evelyn or Nora. Those names topped the lists of babies born at Mayo Clinic Health System locations in northwest Wisconsin.

As of Dec. 20, the total number of babies born at Mayo Clinic Health Systems clinics was:

  • Barron: 105 babies — 52 girls, 53 boys
  • Eau Claire: 1,022 babies — 495 girls, 527 boys
  • Menomonie: 279 babies — 135 girls, 144 boys

Popular baby names at these sites were:

Barron

  • Emmett
  • Brooklyn
  • Mohamed
  • Liliana/Lilyann
  • Oliver
  • Ryker
  • Sullivan

Eau Claire

  • Jack
  • Nora
  • Jackson
  • Abigail
  • Owen
  • Evelyn
  • Emmett
  • Madelyn
  • Grayson
  • Mason
  • Noah
  • Oliver
  • William

Menomonie

  • Jaxson
  • Adalynn
  • Henry
  • Amelia
  • Grady
  • Aria

Specific spellings may vary. Several names were tied in popularity.

HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s Hospitals have also released the top five baby names at the Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls hospitals.

HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital

  • Owen
  • Weston
  • Benjamin
  • Brooks
  • Oliver
  • Kinsley
  • Harper
  • Addilyn
  • Reagan
  • Oakley

HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital

  • Jackson
  • Daniel
  • Liam
  • Carson
  • Owen
  • Ava
  • Elizabeth
  • Adelyn
  • Aubree
  • Olivia

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