Joe Cantlupe, for HealthLeaders Media
They resemble deluxe hotel rooms, with luxurious décor in soft pastels, inviting paintings, richly upholstered chairs, and don't forget the iPod docking stations, the HDTVs, rollout beds, and room service. Only a blood pressure monitor seems out of place—although that may be hidden in a cabinet.
Lovelace Westside Hospital Reopens With PlayStations in Rooms
By Rosalie Rayburn/Journal Staff Writer
Getting sick is no fun for a kid, but having a PlayStation in the room can sure take your mind off what hurts.
Lovelace Westside Hospital’s newly reopened pediatric unit boasts colorful patient rooms equipped with the popular video game-playing technology, refrigerators and comfy chairs that fold out into beds so family members can stay with their young ones.
By Vanessa Kahin/Roswell Daily Record
When Janelle Raborn, interim CEO of Lovelace Regional Hospital, saw the facility’s emergency room, she saw a need — for more space, more staff and faster service.
by Dennis Domrzalski, NMBW Reporter
In the world of medicine and health care, it’s often difficult to break with tradition unless cost savings are realized.
That’s exactly what happened when orthopedic surgeons who do hip and knee replacements at Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque analyzed a few of their operating room habits.
By Vanessa Kahin
Lovelace Women’s Hospital sponsored Day of Dance in February to help promote heart health. The event was free and open to the public. Day of Dance events included education on heart disease, no-cost health screenings, heart-healthy snacks, dancing demonstrations and open