Press

Lovelace expands partnership with Florida doctors’ group

Albuquerque Business First

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First

A Florida physicians’ group has expanded its contract to provide doctors to hospitals in Albuquerque owned by Lovelace Health System.

Fixing New Mexico's Broken Hearts

ABQ Journal

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First

The New Mexico Heart Institute attracts the best by being the best.

10th Annual Day of Dance

KASA This Morning, KOB-TV, KLUZ

Participants in the 10th Annual Day of Dance presented by Lovelace Women's Hospital talk with KASA This Morning about preparing for the event. Brittany Flowers, the Face of Fox, and Serena Lyons with Lovelace Health System, as well as Lovelace Medical Group's Dr. Mario Leyba share the fun of promoting healthy living through dance.

Giving Back, LMC Donates to Make a Wish Foundation

Albuquerque Business First

Lovelace Medical Center sponsored a 17-year-old Roswell girl’s wish through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Lovelace Medical Center’s $5,000 donation allowed the girl, named Taylor, to go to New York City to spend a day as a model for Seventeen Magazine. The magazine’s team did a special photo shoot with Taylor, complete with hair, makeup and stylists. Taylor said that it is important that she shares her story of overcoming adversity with as many people as possible, and that is why modeling for Seventeen was important to her.

Lovelace Day of Dance, Interview with KLUZ

KLUZ

Ana Sanchez, from Univision talks about participating in Lovelace Women’s Hospital Day of Dance on Feb. 22.

KLUZ Story

Dr. Sanchez Promoted to Co-Medical Director of Lovelace Medical Group

ABQ Journal

Angela Sanchez, M.D., has been promoted to Co-Medical Director for the Lovelace Medical Group/Southwest Medical Associates. Sanchez will also continue to serve as the lead physician for the department of family medicine and continue practicing at Southwest Medical Associates’ Northside office. She has a medical degree from Dartmouth Medical School; completed a residency at the Baylor Family Medicine Residency Program; is board-certified in family medicine.

Study: Overweight Kids More Likely to be Obese Teens

KRQE

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – According to a new study, children who are overweight when they start kindergarten, are four times more likely to be obese by their teen years.

Along with the rest of the nation, childhood obesity is a battle being fought in New Mexico.  Nearly 15 percent of kids ages 2 to 5 are overweight.

Doctors say the key to tackling the issue of childhood obesity is prevention.  Preschool age is not too young to start an exercise routine.

Lovelace Westside Hospital Expands Care

ABQ Journal

By Rosalie Rayburn / Journal Staff Writer

Lovelace Westside Hospital has recently expanded its range of care options with the addition of a wound care clinic and new services for women.

The wound care clinic opened in October with two staffers who are certified by the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy, occupational therapist Ann Marie Santoyo and physical therapist Angela Arbelaez.

Lovelace Westside Hospital And Women's Add Wound Care Services

Rio Rancho Observer

With expanded services at the Lovelace Westside Hospital and more physicians working for the Lovelace Medical Group, Lovelace is working to provide convenience and innovation for patients who live in Rio Rancho and Albuquerque’s West Side.

Lovelace Medical Group Women’s Services opened earlier this month on the hospital campus. Services available include annual exams, prenatal care, pregnancy testing and minimally invasive gynecology surgery.

News and Events

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Sugary drinks like soda, sports drinks and energy drinks may be  keeping us from drinking enough

Labor of Love Reunion at Lovelace Women's Hospital

You're invited! Join us for the Labor of Love Reunion at Lovelace Women's Hospital!

Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital Partners with Ability Connection New Mexico

Last Saturday, Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital joined 100 walkers at El Oso Grande Park at Abili