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Dr. Lichtmacher discusses the Lovelace Women's Hospital G.R.A.C.E. program

Grieving mother donates 'Cuddle Cot' to help others

KRQE News 13

Grieving mother donates 'Cuddle Cot' to help others

By: Allison Martinez
Updated: Apr 10, 2018 06:04 PM MDT

ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - Warning: Story contains images of a stillborn baby

Lovelace Hospital will be one of the first hospitals in southeastern New Mexico to have a "Cuddle Cot," giving grieving couples more time with their stillborn babies.

A little more than a year ago, Emily Pennington was in a position she never expected.

Saving G.R.A.C.E.: New program helps women with addictions

Albuquerque Journal

By Rosalie Rayburn / Journal Staff Writer
Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 at 12:05am

Women from all over New Mexico come to deliver their babies at Lovelace Women’s Hospital in Albuquerque and many of them are struggling with opioid addictions that can harm their unborn children.

“Everyone realized that this problem is growing in this country and it’s a huge issue in New Mexico,” said hospital CEO Sheri Milone.

Lovelace Westside Hospital recognized for excellence

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Lovelace Westside Hospital recognized for excellence

Albuquerque hospital awarded prestigious Ardent Health Services Quality Award

ALBUQUERQUE –March 9, 2018 – Ardent Health Services has recognized Lovelace Westside Hospital with the Ardent Quality Award. This is Lovelace Westside Hospitals’ first time to earn this prestigious award.

Five nonprofits share $130,000 in grants

Albuquerque Journal

For the past six years, Lovelace Health System has partnered with the Great Grant Giveaway to help support local nonprofits in the Albuquerque community. Our recipient this year is Junior Achievement, an organization that partners with locals schools to help better prepare our youth for the future through financial management and work readiness curricula.

You can read the story covered in the Albuquerque Journal below.

Local hospital's new push to get help for pregnant drug addicts

KRQE News 13

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - A local hospital is helping pregnant women addicted to opioids.

The "Grace Program" at Lovelace Hospital recently partnered with the Albuquerque Police Department. The partnership allows officers to direct pregnant women suffering from addiction toward free medical help.

"A large number of patients do have behavioral problems, mental health issues, social issues, homelessness, domestic abuse," said Abraham Lichtmacher, Chief of Women's Services.

Lovelace Women’s Hospital named one of America’s Best Breast Centers and Best Hospitals for Patient Safety by Women’s Choice Award®

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Lovelace Women’s Hospital named one of America’s Best Breast Centers and Best Hospitals for Patient Safety by Women’s Choice Award®

ALBUQUERQUE – March 14, 2018 – Lovelace Women’s Hospital was named one of the Best Breast Centers and Best Hospitals for Patient Safety by Women’s Choice Award® for 2018.

14th Annual Day of Dance promotes heart health in Albuquerque

KRQE News 13

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A big dance party in Albuquerque got hearts pumping while promoting cardiovascular health.

Lovelace Women’s Hospital hosted its 14th Annual Day of Dance at Hotel Albuquerque Saturday afternoon.

Lovelace Day of Dance Returns to ABQ

KRQE News 13

Bring your family and friends to be a part of the biggest dance party for better health in the United States. Dance, listen to music, participate in health screenings and learn about simple and fun ways to stay healthy.

Also, enjoy the Duke City Dance-Off – our version of Dancing with the Stars featuring local celebrities trained by our partner dance studios!

For details, lovelace.com/dayofdance.

Hats for heart-health awareness

Roswell Daily Record

Alison Penn Photo Enzo Angel Chavez was welcomed into the world at 8:06 a.m. at Lovelace Regional Hospital by his mother Gabriella Lucero, older brother Dayton Alex Chavez, and family on Tuesday. Enzo is wearing a handmade red hat knitted by a volunteer of the American Heart Association to celebrate American Heart Month and the Go Red for Women movement. Wear Red Day was created to raise awareness national about heart disease, which affects 44 million women.

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