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Lovelace Health System Welcomes TRICARE Members

Prime Time May 03, 2013

TRICARE provides health insurance to service members, veterans and their families. There are more than 60,000 TRICARE beneficiaries in New Mexico."We are looking forward to providing high-quality health care to TRICARE members," said Ron Stern, president and CEO, Lovelace Health System. "TRICARE members have access to Lovelace Health System's six acute care hospitals, dedicated rehabilitation...

Health exchange board faces tight deadline

Albuquerque Business First May 03, 2013

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business FirstThe New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange has no shortage of doctors and people with health insurance experience.Board members include Dr. Martin Hickey, former CEO of the Lovelace Hospital and Lovelace Health Plan and now president and CEO of New Mexico Health Connections, the state’s startup, nonprofit health plan, and Ben Slocum, CEO of...

Lovelace to add primary care clinic

ABQ Journal May 03, 2013

Lovelace Health System will open a new primary-care clinic this summer and is adding seven physicians to its staff. The system, through its Lovelace Medical Group, will open Lovelace Health Care Center at 8401 Constitution NE on Aug. 1. According to a Lovelace announcement, “The clinic will be a patient-centered medical home, which organizes care around the patient, allowing clinical teams to...

Communications Key to Hospital Award

ABQ Journal April 29, 2013

By Rosalie Rayburn / Journal Staff Writer  Lovelace Westside Hospital has been selected as the recipient of the Zia Award in recognition of the demonstrated quality of its day-to-day business operations. (Jim Thompson/Albuquerque Journal)Communications systems that involve all employees and a program that encourages innovation in patient care helped earn Lovelace Westside Hospital the top...

Lovelace Women's Hospital DIEP Flap Surgery

KOB-TV April 29, 2013

Up until recently, New Mexico women had limited options for breast reconstruction, forcing some doctors to send their patients out of state.  Now, a partnership between Lovelace Women's Hospital and two local surgeons is opening doors for breast cancer patients. Heather Mills reports."You never think that word is going to be associated with your name. It's not going to happen to me," said...

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