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Cornwall Calls the Midwife
2:13pm 22nd January 2013
(Updated 2:13pm 22nd January 2013)
Extra midwives are drafted in to deal with Cornwall's baby boom.
Duchy health bosses say they are investing in new staff to help them keep up.
Chief Executive of the Royal Cornwall Hospital Lezli Boswell said: "Like many parts of the country, Cornwall currently has a rising birth rate. RCHT is used to fluctuations in demand for our maternity services and we plan accordingly as well as use our flexible workforce when needed.
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