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Lovelace Westside Hospital provides venue for local artists

Rio Rancho Observer

Troy Greer gazed at a photo of water cascading down a series of stepped rocks, with colored maple leaves scattered across the foreground set amid a lush forest.

"We used to live near the Appalachian Trail, and this reminds me of hiking there," said Greer, CEO at Lovelace West-side Hospital.

Greer was gazing at a one of nearly 40 pieces of art that grace the walls of the hospital where the Rio Rancho Art Association has regular shows.

The changing of the guard - when a new show is displayed - is a day eagerly anticipated by the entire hospital staff, Greer said.

Lovelace Westside Hospital Improves Patient Care With Improved Practices

Rio Rancho Observer

Lovelace Westside Hospital Improves Patient Care With Improved Practices
 

By Glen Rosales/Observer Staff Writer

Taking advantage of fellow professionals' experience is a great way, not only to network, but to improve service, said Katrina Morgan, director of nursing at Lovelace Westside Hospital.

Two NM Hospitals Among Top 50

Albuquerque Journal

Around New Mexico
2 N.M. Hospitals Among Top 50

    Lovelace Women’s Hospital and Lovelace Westside Hospital were the only hospitals in New Mexico recognized by Modern Healthcare as among the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare nationally in 2011.

    Both hospitals were named in the Top 50, Lovelace said in a news release.

    Selection was based on information provided from both employers and employees and was open to all health care companies with at least 25 employees.

Flu got you?

Albuquerque Journal

Flu got you?
Protect yourself and family by receiving the vaccine 
 
By Matt Andazola/Journal Staff Writer

 

Lovelace Westside Hospital to Add Inpatient Pediatric Unit

Rio Rancho Observer

Lovelace Westside Hospital to Add Inpatient Pediatric Unit
By Glen Rosales/Observer staff writer

 
ARTIST'S RENDERING - COURTESY OF SMPC ARCHITECTS

ALBUQUERQUE - Expanding on the birthing center that opened earlier this year at Lovelace Westside Hospital, an inpatient pediatric care unit will soon be taking shape and should be ready to start accepting patients by the first quarter of 2012.

Lovelace Health Plan Gets 4 Stars

Albuquerque Journal

Better Medicare rating boosts hearing and dental services

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Albuquerque Journal
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