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Women's health clinic opens at Lovelace Westside

Rio Rancho Observer

Lovelace Medical Group recently celebrated the opening of a new women’s health clinic at Lovelace Westside Medical Pavilion, 10511 Golf Course Road NW.

The new clinic will provide expanded services to women on Albuquerque’s Westside and in Rio Rancho, including access to new technology for minimally invasive gynecological surgeries, prenatal care and other women’s issues.

State Rep. Monica Youngblood, the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce and the Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce attended Thursday's ribbon-cutting, as did several other local dignitaries.

Hospital, home health donate

Roswell Daily Record

Staff from Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell and Interim Home Health visited the Chaves County JOY Centers Inc. on Tuesday to present a donation of winter items for seniors identified by JOY Center staff. The effort began in 2014 when a home-delivered-meals recipient was found riding the bus all day to keep warm because she had no heat in her home. Interim Home Health stepped in to donate a heater, as well as food and blankets to her and others in need.

Lovelace opens new women's clinic on Albuquerque's Westside


KOAT news covered the ribbon cutting ceremony at Lovelace Medical Group's new Women's Health clinic on Albuquerque's Westside on December 10.


Lovelace opens new women's clinic in Albuquerque


There’s now a new women’s health clinic in Albuquerque. Officials opened the doors to the Lovelace medical group facility Thursday. It’s next to their Westside hospital near Golf Course Road and McMahon.

Hospital officials say they built the center to care for the high number of female patients especially those expecting a new child in their life. Instead of going to the hospital officials say deliveries can be done at this care center.

Lovelace plans to expand other facilities in the next year as well.

Westside growth leads to Lovelace expansion

Albuquerque Business First

By Sal Christ

Growth on the Westside is booming so much that Lovelace Westside Hospital has added a 5,300-square-foot clinic to its campus.

According to Dr. John Cruickshank, chief executive officer of Lovelace Medical Group and chief medical officer of Lovelace Health System, the organization needed to expand its operations on the Lovelace Westside Hospital campus after demand for women's care services skyrocketed over the last year.

People on the Move: Brenda Beck

Albuquerque Business First

Brenda is Registered Nurse Certified in Inpatient Obstetrics by the National Certification Corporation, a member of the Region VI New Mexico Affiliate of American College of Nurse-Midwives and is certified by the American Midwifery Certification Board. She has over 25 years pre-natal care experience.

People on the Move: Linda Davis, CFNP

Albuquerque Business First

Linda Davis has over 35 years of experience working with adults and children, and has provided care to the Albuquerque community for almost 40 years. She is a volunteer for International Medical Corps and Physicians for Peace and is a past US Army Nurse Corps Reservist.

Reception dinner honors 120 local non-profits

Roswell Daily Record

On behalf of the city of Roswell, Donna Addkison, director of Ministries for Children, Teens and Families at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, presents a proclamation to the Rev. Dale Plummer proclaiming Nov. 30 as “St. Andrew’s Day.” County Commissioner Will Cavin presented a similar proclamation from Chaves County. To celebrate its 120th anniversary, the church held a reception and buffet dinner Monday night to honor the county’s 120 nonprofits, charities and service organizations. About 100 people attended the event, which was sponsored by Lovelace Regional Hospital.

Los Lunas nurse recognized for her dedication to patients and their families at critical time

Valencia County News-Bulletin

By Deborah Fox

LOS LUNAS — There must be a special place reserved in heaven for nurses because it takes tremendous compassion and selflessness to do the job, especially in critical care units.

Nurse Windra M. Stringham can certainly count on a place beyond the pearly gates because as one family member of a patient she cared for said, Nurse Stringham is a gem and an angel.

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