ALBUQUERQUE, NM (June 24, 2014) – NextCare Holdings, Inc., one of the nation’s leading providers of urgent care medicine, announces the opening of a new clinic in New Mexico this week. Opening June 25, the new clinic is located on the Southwest corner of Menaul Boulevard and Alvarado Drive. in Albuquerque. NextCare’s new location marks the third clinic to open in the market since October 2013.
Lovelace Women’s Hospital has the lowest cesarean section rate of all the major hospitals delivering high risk patients in New Mexico. To date in 2014, Lovelace Women’s Hospital has a cesarean section rate of 17.1 percent. The national average for C-sections is at 33 percent.
Kristin Trotter, RN, was named the new Chief Nursing Officer at Lovelace Regional Hospital in May. Trotter has more than 13 years of experience in health care management and leadership overseeing nursing services and quality assurance.
As the Albuquerque VA tries to shorten long wait times for veterans, other hospitals are quick to offer their services.
You may have seen an ad in the paper over the past few days in the form of an open letter from the CEO of Lovelace Medical Group to New Mexico veterans. In the letter, Dr. John Cruickshank said vets deserve access to health care in a timely manner and he wants vets to know they have options.
Charlie Miller's real desire is to just get a chance. A chance to show the nation what so many in Albuquerque already know; that singing and playing the guitar isn't just his skill, it's a passion.
KOB Eyewitness News 4 first reported on Charlie almost a year ago. He's worked at Lovelace Medical Center for decades, but he makes an even bigger difference when he clocks out and picks up his guitar. Charlie brings a little "Elvis" to the medical center, giving live performances to the patients.