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Lovelace Medical Group Women’s Health is expanding

Press Release

ALBUQUERQUE (March 18, 2016) – Lovelace Medical Group (LMG) will be expanding with the addition of ABQ Health Partners Women’s Health providers through a recent transaction by LMG effective May 1. The addition of the ABQ Health Partners Women’s Health will extend LMG’s women’s services including Vicky Peng, M.D.; Paul Shelburne, M.D.; Joel Teicher, M.D.; Dorothy Beach, CNM; Tambra Bensch, CNM; Melynda Lopez , CNM; and Dympna Ryan, CNM. ABQ Health Partners will continue to offer Gynecological (GYN) services.

CYFD expands heart galleries across state

KOB

Erica Zucco, KOB Eyewitness News 4
Updated: 03/18/2016 5:48 PM
Created: 03/18/2016 5:02 PM

The new digital "heart gallery" at Lovelace Medical Center is one of now nearly 40 displays around the state. It shows photos of smiling kids who have hopes, dreams and hobbies, but need homes.

Close to the heart

Roswell Daily Record

The Heart Gallery is now up and running at the Lovelace Regional Hospital in Roswell.

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Lovelace Health System’s customer service programs awarded 2016 ISPI Award of Excellence

Press Release

ALBUQUERQUE (March 15, 2016) – Lovelace Health System has received a 2016 International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) Award of Excellence for Outstanding Human Performance Intervention for its customer experience project.

People on the Move: Amanda Story, MD

Albuquerque Business First

Dr. Story is a board-certified radiation oncologist joining the Lovelace Cancer Center's comprehensive program. She is a member of the American Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, the Greater Albuquerque Medical Association and Alpha Omega Alpha. She has been in practice over 25 years.

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People on the Move: Heyoung McBride, MD

Albuquerque Business First

Dr. McBride is a board-certified radiation oncologist, as well as a member of the American Society for Radiation Oncology, where she serves on the clinical practice guidelines committee, American Brachytherapy Society, American Society of Clinical Oncology and Society of Gynecologic Oncology.

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Area mother, son share Leap Year birthdays

KOAT

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —Lorina Justus was technically just 6 years old when she gave birth to her son David. That's because she's a leap year baby, and so is David.

"He's 11 years old today!" joked Justus. "He's not legal yet and neither am I!"

Doctors told Lorina the odds of a mother born on Feb. 29 and having her child on Feb. 29 are astronomical: 2 million to one.

They now share a birthday with little Sandra Corrine Guereque, one of Albuquerque's newest leap year babies, who was born Monday morning at Lovelace Hospital.

New Lovelace building to bring retail, road improvements

Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The latest project from a developer capitalizing on the Albuquerque medical office building market will not only transform an empty lot at Jefferson and Osuna into a clinic for a major health care provider, but it will also bring new tenants and some roadwork on the adjacent street, the owner and president of Argus Investment Realty said.

Lovelace Medical Center receives Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus

Press Release

Award demonstrates Lovelace Medical Center’s commitment to quality care for stroke patients

February 22, 2016 – Albuquerque – Lovelace Medical Center was once again recognized for its commitment to and success in ensuring that stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines.

The hospital received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll Elite Plus.

Making medical bills more affordable

KOAT

By: Shelly Ribando, Anchor

Published On: Feb 23 2016 09:20:54 PM MST Updated On: Feb 24 2016 08:05:08 AM MST

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - We've all received them, and often, they're not so easy to understand. But when you get a medical bill you can't pay, there are simple steps you can take to make it more affordable.

At a time when medical costs keep rising -- higher deductibles, steep out of pocket costs -- paying those bills has never been so difficult. And understanding them -- well, not even health care professionals can always decipher their meaning.

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