Between 600 and 700 babies are born in Timaru Hospital each year, and of those only about 30 may need extra care.  Mark Liddy, clinical nurse manager of the hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU), said on Tuesday, World Prematurity Day, that in the absence of other problems, a baby born at 34 weeks in Timaru Hospital should do well once it leaves the unit.   Read about the Timaru SCBU and the early arrival of Wolf Stevens here.