Cowgirls for a Cause

Join Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell for a Girls’ Night Out! Tuesday, February 10, 2015 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. (fashion show starts at 7 p.m.)

Roswell Civic Center
912 N. Main St.
Roswell, NM 88201

  • Health screenings and heart health education
  • Health and wellness vendors
  • Local boutiques, spas, salons, jewelry and fashion vendors
  • Raffle prizes
  • Hippie Chicks fashion show!

Attendees wearing cowboy boots will receive a free red bandana and be entered into a free drawing for a Valentine’s Day gift basket!

Nina Simon Joins Lovelace Medical Group

ABQ Journal

Nina Simon, CNM has joined the Lovelace Medical Group as a certified nurse midwife. Simon has a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Delaware; a bachelor’s degree in

Interview with Dr. Cruickshank on Preventative Health Screenings


Lovelace Medical Group CEO Dr. John Cruickshank was recently on KKOB-AM to talk about how to keep you and your family healthy with preventive screenings.

Click here to listen to the interview. 

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44th Annual Lovelace Medical Center Holiday Tree Lighting

More than 200 people, including Mayor Richard Berry, community leaders, Lovelace governing board members and physicians, attended the 44th annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at Lovelace Medical Center. Hospital officials flipped the switch illuminating the tree. Sister Nancy Kazik from St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation Board gave the invocation. Guests brought canned food to benefit the Rio Grande Food Project and toys to benefit PB&J Family Services.

Lovelace Medical Center Holiday Tree Lighting

Lovelace turned the switch on its annual holiday tree lighting on Thursday. "We hope people take a lot of joy from looking up and seeing that tree from the interstate and surrounding communities," said Lovelace Medical Center CEO Troy Greer. 

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Lovelace Volunteers Give Time and Talents for Thanksgiving at Food Bank

The week of Thanksgiving social media feeds, news shows and conversations are mainly focused on the main centerpiece of the holiday – food. We talk about recipes, how to cook the perfect turkey and what new outrageous dish is making headlines – PumPecApple pie cake anyone? Thanksgiving day is becoming one of the most popular days of the year to exercise, as an effort to burn a few extra calories and shed some of the guilt we may be feeling later in the day when we try to fit everything on our plate.

Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital Celebrates 25 Years

Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital celebrated its 25th anniversary with a ribbon cutting event with the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce that was attended by community members, board members, staff and physicians.

World Prematurity Day Highlighting Efforts To Reduce Premature Birth Rate

This year, health care providers and organizations like March of Dimes, working to reduce the number of babies born to early, have reason to briefly celebrate. For the seventh year in a row, preterm birth rates had dropped. Even better news? At 11.4 percent in the United States, the preterm birth rate is the lowest in 17 years and meets the goal set forth by federal government seven years ahead of target. However, everyone agrees there are far too many babies born before 37 weeks.

Morning Brew Interview with Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital

Morning Brew

Randy Clark, PT, DPT, MS and Lara Wengert, MS, CCC-SLP recently joined Morning Brew to talk about the services and programs offered at Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital, including physical therapy, speech-language pathology and our Voice & Dysphagia Lab.

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Cowgirls for a Cause

Join Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell for a Girls’ Night Out!

Nina Simon Joins Lovelace Medical Group

Nina Simon, CNM has joined the Lovelace Medical Group as a certified nurse midwife.