Lovelace Completes Purchase of Roswell Regional

Lovelace Completes Purchase of Roswell Regional Hospital

Acquisition will bring expansion, new services and new physicians

Albuquerque, N.M. (Feb. 2, 2012) – Lovelace Health System, Inc. has successfully completed the purchase of the assets and operations of Roswell Regional Hospital and its Family Care Clinic in Roswell, N.M. 

            “This is an important day for Lovelace and our patients,” said Ron Stern, president and CEO of Lovelace Health System.  “We will immediately begin to study the needs of this community and make plans to expand the hospital and add new services, new technology, new equipment, new physicians and new jobs.”

            More than 30,000 Lovelace Health Plan members live in Roswell, Chaves County and surrounding communities.  A stable, growing hospital that continues to provide high-quality care and excellent customer service will benefit those members and the community as a whole.

            “It makes sense for us to have a greater presence in this part of the state, close to our health plan members and those from Blue Cross Blue Shield, Molina and CIGNA, with the ability to serve other patients as well,” said Stern.

                        This acquisition is another example of investment in New Mexico by Lovelace’s parent company, Ardent Health Services.  Since 2002, nearly $300 million has been invested into Lovelace’s facilities, equipment and people.

About Lovelace

Lovelace Health System comprises a network of acute-care hospitals, a rehabilitation hospital, the Lovelace Health Plan – offering access to a wide range of health care providers and specialists across New Mexico – and retail pharmacy locations in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Santa Fe.

Contact:          Laurie Volkin                                                 

                        Lovelace Health System                                

                        (505) 903-0367


News and Events

Lovelace leadership series – an interview with Vanessa Moreton

Vanessa Moreton, RN works in the same unit today that she was hired into as a new nursing graduat

You already have what it takes

It’s bedtime. I’ve worked hard all day and my children are finally asleep.

Love Your Career Job Fair October 25

PTs and RNs, want to love your career?