Parents can now post their newborn’s photo on digital billboard along Route 1

November 7, 2014

Saint Peter’s Facebook app makes it possible.



New Brunswick, N.J. – Parents of babies born at Saint Peter’s University Hospital are now able to post photos of their newborn (or in the case of multiple births, their newborns!) on a digital billboard on Route 1 in West Windsor, one of the busiest stretches of roadway in the United States. The billboard is easily viewed from either northbound or southbound directions.

Parents will also be able to share the billboard image directly on their personal Facebook page.

Dubbed the “Saint Peter’s Delivers!” Facebook app, parents can snap a photo of their Saint Peter’s baby, edit that photo and automatically create their digital billboard image, which once finished can be shared right on the user’s Facebook wall. After approval by Saint Peter’s staff, the image will be uploaded for display on the digital billboard. Parents will be sent an email containing the final digital recreation of the banner for download and additional sharing.

The Saint Peter’s Delivers! app works on desktop, tablet and mobile devices. Further details are available at

About Saint Peter’s Healthcare System
Saint Peter’s Healthcare System Inc., parent company of the Saint Peter’s healthcare delivery system, is comprised of Saint Peter’s University Hospital, a 478-bed acute-care teaching hospital; Saint Peter’s Foundation, the fundraising arm of the hospital; and Saint Peter’s Health and Management Services Corp., which oversees the system’s outpatient facilities. These include the CARES Surgicenter; New Brunswick Cardiac Cath Lab; Community Care Services Inc.; the Margaret McLaughlin McCarrick Care Center Inc., a residential skilled nursing facility in Somerset, and Saint Peter’s Adult Day Center in Monroe. Saint Peter’s Healthcare System is sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen. For more information about Saint Peter’s Healthcare System, please visit or call 732-745-8600.

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