News Stories

Dr. Jeffrey Mazer Joins Lovelace Medical Group

ABQ Journal

Jeffrey Mazer M.D., has joined Lovelace Medical Group Pulmonology at the Lovelace Medical Towers. Mazer is board certified in critical care, pulmonary medicine and internal medicine. He previously worked as the director of pulmonary rehabilitation at the Miriam and Rhode Island Hospitals in Providence, R.I., and also was an assistant professor and attending physician at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence for five years.

Pet Therapy at Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital


Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital has been providing pet therapy to patients for the past eight years. Therapy Dogs Inc. comes to the hospital once a week so dogs can visit with patients in order cheer them up and spread happiness.

Pet Therapy Helps Patients at Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital


Derrick Jones, CEO at Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital, Bonnie Hughes from Therapy Dogs and Turbo a therapy dog, were on KRQE this morning to discuss how pet therapy is helping patients at Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital.

Lovelace Hospitals Best Places to Work

Albuquerque Business First

Lovelace hospitals make national list of best places to work.

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Lovelace Women's Hospital Welcomes Dr. Waruingi

Albuquerque Business First

Lovelace Women’s Hospital welcomes Dr. Wambui Waruingi as a neonatologist in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

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Lovelace Women's Hospital's Girls Night Out

KASA This Morning

Sandra Arellano from Lovelace Women’s Hospital talks with KRQE about Girls Night Out.

Interview with Dr. James Bradley on Lack of Sleep


Can lack of sleep actually shrink your brain? Dr. James Bradley from Lovelace Medical Group was on KRQE to discuss a new study on whether lack of sleep can affect your brain size.

Interview with Dr. Felipe Zanghellini on Enterovirus D68


Dr. Felipe Zanghellini from Lovelace Medical Group was recently on KRQE to talk about Enterovirus D68 and how we can protect ourselves.

Humana dumps Presbyterian, switches to Lovelace hospitals and docs

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First

National health insurer Humana said Wednesday that it is adding Lovelace Health System hospitals, clinics, doctors and providers to its network in New Mexico and dumping the Presbyterian Healthcare Services network.

Lovelace Health System Signs In-Network Agreement with Humana

Lovelace Health System

Contract gives Humana members in New Mexico access to Lovelace Health System’s doctors and inpatient, outpatient and emergency services


ALBUQUERQUE — September 16, 2014 — Lovelace Health System and its affiliated medical group, Lovelace Medical Group/Southwest Medical Associates, will now provide in-network health care benefits to members of Humana’s Medicare Advantage health plans in 23 New Mexico counties.