Misty Gordon joined Lovelace Women’s Hospital as the chief financial officer on Sept, 14. Gordon has over 15 years of experience in financial administration, including serving most recently as the CFO of Mat-Su Regional Hospital in Palmer, Alaska.
Many parents come back to Lovelace annually to say thank you to the staff that helped their children get better.
Parents are thankful to the staff at the Lovelace Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for making sure their babies got better.
“It is so wonderful to be able to come back and see all of the nurses... we have pictures of when she was first born and see the doctors and nurses who literally saved her life,” said mother Tara Lubchenco.
Torre Near, M.D., has joined the Lovelace Medical Group as a board-certified internal medicine physician practicing at the Lovelace Northside location, 6100 Pan American Fwy. NE. Near has 20 years’ experience providing care in New Mexico. She has a medical degree from UNM and completed her residency at the University of Wisconsin. Near is a member of the Greater Albuquerque Medical Association and the New Mexico State Medical Society.
ALBUQUERQUE – September 21, 2015 – In celebration of National Rehabilitation Awareness Week September 20-26, Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital is holding several events.
The first is the second annual Therapy Pet Parade on Tuesday, September 22 from 10am-11am in the hospital lobby. This event recognizes the importance of therapy pets such as dogs and cats used to help patients through physical or occupational therapy. Bystanders are welcome to participate.
Lovelace Women’s Hospital Breast Cancer Navigator Sandra Arellano appeared on The Morning Brew Thursday, September 17 with two representatives from Anita Salas Memorial Fund to discuss breast cancer self-care and the upcoming Girls’ Night Out event.
Debbie L. Sue, director of therapy services at the Lovelace Women’s Hospital, has been named to the board of examiners for the 2015 Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
The New Mexico Heart Institute and the Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center have partnered together to pioneer the implantation of new heart monitoring devices in heart failure patients. They expect it will make a huge difference for heart failure patients in New Mexico – and their families.
They’re called CardioMEMS, and on Aug. 3 and 4, doctors from the New Mexico Heart Institute implanted them in five different patients at the Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center.