Nursing education, across the state and in Rio Rancho, is rising to meet the challenge of training more healthcare professionals and providing the population with greater access to healthcare.
Last week, Gov. Susana Martinez approved millions in the state budget to significantly increase the number of students enrolled in bachelor’s of science in nursing programs at colleges and universities across the state in fiscal year 2015.
Lovelace Partners with the Jason Foundation to bring suicide awareness and prevention programs to schools, community groups free of charge
ALBUQUERQUE (March 14) – Youth suicide is a growing epidemic in communities across the country. New Mexico consistently ranks among the top five states in the United States for its suicide rate, which is 1.5 to 2 times the national average.
Governor Susana Martinez signed House Bill 9 into law at the Lovelace Regional Hospital in Roswell. This legislation requires non-invasive testing for Critical Congenital Heart Disease (CCHD) in newborn infants.
"I am proud to sign this legislation today," said Governor Martinez. "By adding testing for CCHD to the newborn screening panel, more New Mexico babies will grow up to live happier, healthier lives with their families."
Lovelace Westside Hospital celebrated the third anniversary of its Family Birthing Center and along with the opening of the Lovelace Medical Group Women’s Services on Tuesday at Lovelace Westside Hospital.
The Family Birthing Centers at Lovelace Westside Hospital and Lovelace Women’s Hospital have delivered more than 3,200 babies in 2013.