Lovelace Women’s Hospital sponsored the Fifth Annual Girls’ Night Out at Hotel Albuquerque on Oct. 4. The event featured spa vendors, health screenings, raffles and a Dillard’s fashion show. KOB-TV anchor Heather Mills participated in the event.
You can view the piece that ran on KOB-TV here.
Also, Univision reporter Angelica Loya participated in the fashion show. You can watch the piece that ran on Univision here.
Listen to Sheri Milone on Community Talk with Phil Mahoney discussing Girls’ Night Out and new services and technology at Lovelace Women’s Hospital.
The program aired on 94 ROCK, 100.3 The Peak, 1041 The Edge, Channel 95.1, Classic Country 104.7, Progressive Talk 1350 and Big I 1079.
To celebrate Lovelace Medical Center’s new look and leadership, the hospital held a rededication ceremony for business and community leaders. You can view the article that ran in the Albuquerque Journal here.
KOB-TV did a feature story on Andrea Garcia who helped paint bright murals and penguins in the Inpatient Pediatric Unit at Lovelace Westside Hospital. View the piece here.
Lovelace Health System on Monday rededicated its flagship hospital, the 10-story, 120,000-square-foot Lovelace Medical Center on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. NE. The system has invested almost $120 million on improving the 263-bed hospital, including a recently completed six-month project to clean and recaulk the building, re-seal its windows and cover it with a new brown stucco-like finish. The hospital was built in 1967 and was acquired by Ardent Health Services in 2003 as part of its deal to purchase the old St. Joseph Healthcare System from Catholic Health Initiatives.
Flu season is here and it’s time to think about getting that flu shot. Stuart Dyson visited Lovelace where they’re talking vaccine.
Stuart: There’s plenty of flu vaccine ready to go all over New Mexico, 85 million distributed nationwide already. The question is who needs a flu shot? The answer is you do.
She's just 18, but has the artistic talent of someone who has been painting for years and years, and, she has a big heart to share with the world. This week's Hometown Hero says she knows it can be tough going to the hospital as a kid and she's hoping she's made it easier for some.
It’s a classic problem: How do you carry around 10 pounds of potatoes when all you have is a five-pound bag?
Starting Jan. 1, 2014, an estimated 200,000 or so New Mexicans who have been without health insurance will be required to purchase some, with government help if necessary, or pay a penalty to the Internal Revenue Service.
By Chaunte’l Powell/Record Staff Writer
The Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell is encouraging the community to be proactive about their health. In an effort to help the community take charge of their health, the Family and Urgent Care center offers wellness screenings seven days a week, free of charge.
Chief Operating Officer/Chief Nursing Officer Dawn Tschabrun said a number of tests are done to get the full scope of how healthy a person really is. The screening includes body weight and vital signs, pulse, blood pressure, blood oxygen level and lab tests.
As part of National Rehabilitation Week, Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital is promoting a unique therapy service that is only available at Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital, it’s called Aquatic Therapy. With this type of treatment the patient can improve their range of motion, increase strength, and improve their quality of life. Joseph Garcia: “It is a type of exercise that is both fun and relaxing.