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New medical school could ease state’s doctor shortage

 
Source: 
Albuquerque Business First

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First

The proposed new osteopathic medical school in Las Cruces would help ease the doctor shortage in New Mexico and offer some of the state’s hospitals a chance to train those physicians, one of the doctors who was involved in the effort to form the school said Tuesday.

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NextCare Clinic Continues Expansion in Albuquerque

 
Source: 
Albuquerque Business First

By Andy Beale, Digital Producer- Albuquerque Business First

Mesa, Ariz.-based NextCare Holdings is continuing its expansion in Albuquerque and recently opened a third clinic in the city in partnership with Lovelace Health System, according to a NextCare news release.

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Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center Honored with Mission Lifeline Quality Achievement Award

 
Source: 
Prime Time July

In May 2014, the Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center was the only hospital in New Mexico to receive the silver Mission: Lifeline Receiving Center quality achievement award from the American Heart Association for the treatment of patients who suffer severe heart attacks. This is currently the highest recognition in New Mexico.

Additionally, the Heart Hospital is the only accredited Chest Pain Center in Albuquerque, as recognized through the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care.

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People on the Move, Eric Hardy

Source: 
Albuquerque Business First

Eric Hardy is the new Chief Financial Officer for Lovelace Medical Group/Southwest Medical Associates. Hardy has more than 16 years of combined hospital, clinic and corporate level financial experience.

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Heat Illness Prevention

Source: 
KASA Airdate: July 2

 


Dr. George Molzen, Lovelace ER Medical Director, was on KASA to talk about heat illness and how to protect yourself.


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Lovelace Women's Hospital's Low C-Section Rate

Source: 
KASA This Morning

Dr. Abraham Lichtmacher, Chief of Women's Services at Lovelace Health System, was recently on KASA This Morning to discuss why New Mexico has a low C-section rate.


KASA This Morning


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NextCare Urgent Care Continues New Mexico Expansion with the Opening of its Third Clinic in the Albuquerque-metro Market

 
Source: 
Lovelace Health System, NextCare

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (June 24, 2014) – NextCare Holdings, Inc., one of the nation’s leading providers of urgent care medicine, announces the opening of a new clinic in New Mexico this week.  Opening June 25, the new clinic is located on the Southwest corner of Menaul Boulevard and Alvarado Drive. in Albuquerque.  NextCare’s new location marks the third clinic to open in the market since October 2013. 

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Exposing Babies to Bacteria - Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Thomas

Source: 
KASA This Morning

Dr. Jeffrey Thomas from Lovelace Medical Group was on “KASA This Morning” to discuss a new study that shows how exposing babies to bacteria may protect them from allergies.

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Eric Hardy, CFO, Lovelace Medical Group

 
Source: 
Albuquerque Business First
  • Eric Hardy
  • Submission Type: New Hire
  • Current employer: Lovelace Medical Group
  • Current title/position: Chief Financial Officer
  • Industry: Health Care
  • Position level: C-Level
  • Duties/responsibilities: Eric Hardy is the new chief financial officer for Lovelace

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Lovelace Women’s Hospital Has Low C-Section Rate

 
Source: 
Prime Time June

Lovelace Women’s Hospital has the lowest cesarean section rate of all the major hospitals delivering high risk patients in New Mexico. To date in 2014, Lovelace Women’s Hospital has a cesarean section rate of 17.1 percent.  The national average for C-sections is at 33 percent.

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