Morning Brew with Lovelace Health Plan's Marlene Baca
The Lovelace Medical Group Women’s Health Center opened on Wednesday, next to the Lovelace Women’s Hospital. Several new physicians and midwives had appointments with patients starting the next morning.
The opening ceremonies started at 10:00 a.m. on the third floor of the east wing.
Visitors can find the hospital and this new facility on Montgomery Boulevard Northeast, just east of Jefferson Street Northeast.
Lovelace celebrates the opening of the Lovelace Medical Group Women’s Health Center with a ribbon-cutting event on Wednesday, Oct. 23, at 10 a.m. at the Medical Pavilion at Lovelace Women’s Hospital, 4705 Montgomery Blvd NE, Suite 301-302, 727-4500.
Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First
Lovelace Women’s Hospital in Albuquerque has been named the third-best health care place to work in the U.S. by Modern Healthcare magazine.
By Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter
Lovelace Health System on Wednesday opened its new, 11,000-square-foot Women’s Group Health Center in Albuquerque’s Northeast Heights.
The center at the Medical Pavilion at Lovelace Women’s Hospital will begin taking patients Thursday and will employ 16 health care providers.
Last week, Alb. Business First recognized Top CEO Honorees at a luncheon. Congratulations to Derrick Jones for being a nominee in the Health Care category.
View his video interview here:
By Donna Olmstead / Journal Staff Writer
Leaving the hospital with empty arms after losing a baby is devastating.
Local care providers have established programs with links to resources to help families through their tsunamis of grief.
Jen Barrows, a labor and delivery nurse, runs a grief support program at Lovelace Women’s Hospital.
“As a mother, I feel losing a baby is the most devastating thing that can happen. It’s grief for the baby who’s lost and especially grief for what this baby will never become,” Barrows says.
Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer
Before, during and after the birth of the Affordable Care Act, President Barack Obama repeated one talking point over and over: If you are happy with your current insurance, nothing will change.
Robert Hare was happy with his insurance. So were Gregory Rothrock and his family. Yet, their insurance must change, and it will cost them more money. The individual insurance plans Hare and Rothrock bought from Presbyterian Healthcare Services will become illegal under the act, also known as Obamacare, starting Jan. 1.
It's not as common as it used to be, but still, nobody wants the chicken pox.
So what's the best way to protect your kids?
A new study says a double dose of chicken pox vaccine is your best bet.
Pediatricians have been giving two doses of the vaccine since 2006, but this is the first time a study shows just how much more effective a double dose is than a single dose.