What’s the first thing you notice when you enter a hospital?
The cleanliness of the floors. If you pay attention to the details, your whole organization should run well.
What’s the biggest change you’ve seen during your professional career?
The increase in the amount of public reporting that’s done to provide measures for grading hospitals’ performance.
What makes administering a hospital different from running another type of company?
Hospitals are expected to be very different in 10 years, but because of technology and new approaches to health care, many people are unlikely to see the inside of one.
And most of those who do go for emergency care or surgery aren’t likely to stay long.
At 10 stories high, workers install new white lettering at Lovelace Medical Center at 601 Dr. M.L. King Jr. NE, the culmination of a nearly $1 million exterior renovation.
Lovelace Medical Center, the hard-to-miss landmark at Interstate 25 and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, has traded in its off-white exterior for a warm brown color to cap off a massive renovation begun six years ago.
Although he’s only been on the job for a week, Lloyd Scarrow has big plans for Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell. The newly named CEO said he’s noticed a need for greater access to primary care, not just in Roswell, but in surrounding areas as well. His first goal is to increase the number of primary care homes.
Listen to an interview on Coyote 102.5 FM radio with Maureen Manring from Lovelace Medicare Plan.
The 12th annual KOAT 7 School Supply Drive kicks off this Monday, July 16th and will continue through August 12th. Each year, this community service campaign ensures that thousands of New Mexico children in need receive school supplies so that they can start off their school year with enthusiasm and pride.
Lovelace Pharmacy’s Generic Medication Discount Program provides access to more than 300 generic medications at a low monthly cost of $4.99. The cost for a 90-day supply of medication will be only $12.
The program includes medications to treat a variety of medical conditions, including arthritis, diabetes, mental health, high blood pressure, heart conditions, infections, high cholesterol, and many others.
Troy Greer, CEO at Lovelace Westside Hospital, has been named the new CEO at Lovelace Medical Center. Greer has been the CEO at Lovelace Westside Hospital since 2007, the company said in a news release. Greer came to Lovelace from Clear Lake Regional Medical Center, where he was chief operating officer for two years. Before that, he was COO of the Women’s Hospital of Texas, a 550-bed facility that had $186 million in annual revenue. A national search for a new CEO at Lovelace Westside Hospital has begun.
Troy Greer, who has been CEO of the 80-bed Westside Hospital since 2007, has been named CEO of the 263-bed Lovelace Medical Center in downtown Albuquerque.
Lovelace Health System has promoted the CEO of Lovelace Westside Hospital. Troy Greer, who has been CEO of the 80-bed Westside Hospital since 2007, has been named CEO of the 263-bed Lovelace Medical Center in downtown Albuquerque, the health care company said in a news release.