Albuquerque Heading Home, an organization that seeks to eradicate local homelessness, strode ahead of an organization that creates recreational experiences for those with disabilities, to win the Great Grant Giveaway on Friday morning.
The giveaway is organized by the Albuquerque Community Foundation, a local nonprofit organization that manages a community endowment. Earnings go into grants that are awarded to selected local nonprofits, according to the foundation’s philanthropic services director, Kelli Cooper.
Congratulations to Lovelace Health System for being selected as a nominee for Albuquerque Business First Healthiest Employers. The winner of each category will be revealed at the Albuquerque Business First Healthiest Employers awards ceremony on May 8 at the Albuquerque Marriott.
Lovelace Medical Group New Hires:
Cheryl Clarke, M.D.
Dr. Rhonda Ross, a neuropsychologist at Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital, was recently on KASA This Morning to talk about Brain Injury Awareness month.
ALBUQUERQUE (March 19, 2014) – Lovelace is celebrating the opening of Lovelace Health Care Center with a ribbon cutting event on Thursday, March 20 at 10 a.m. The health care center is located at 9501 Paseo Del Norte, N.E. The clinic opened on March 3.
Lovelace celebrated the opening of Lovelace Health Care Center at Paseo and Holbrook with a ribbon cutting event on March 20.
By Sterling Fluharty
Nursing education, across the state and in Rio Rancho, is rising to meet the challenge of training more healthcare professionals and providing the population with greater access to healthcare.
Last week, Gov. Susana Martinez approved millions in the state budget to significantly increase the number of students enrolled in bachelor’s of science in nursing programs at colleges and universities across the state in fiscal year 2015.
Lovelace Partners with the Jason Foundation to bring suicide awareness and prevention programs to schools, community groups free of charge
ALBUQUERQUE (March 14) – Youth suicide is a growing epidemic in communities across the country. New Mexico consistently ranks among the top five states in the United States for its suicide rate, which is 1.5 to 2 times the national average.