Albuquerque, NM – Sharing a gift with Roadrunner Food Bank this month has twice the impact. Throughout the month of December, Lovelace Health System will double gifts made to the Food Bank through December 31, 2013 up to $33,000.
Lovelace Medical Group Women’s Health Center opened in October at the Medical Pavilion at Lovelace Women’s Hospital, 4705 Montgomery Blvd NE, Suite 301-302. A second Women’s Health Center will be opening in December on the Westside at the Westside Professional Office, 4801 McMahon Blvd, Suite 110. Appointments can be made at both locations by calling 727-4500.
The UNM Anderson School of Management Foundation Board will celebrate and honor its 2014 Hall of Fame Inductees March 13 during a banquet at Hotel Albuquerque with a theme of “Lift Off,” featuring the New Mexico Spaceport.
Spaceport Director Christine Anderson is the keynote speaker, and astronaut Mike Mullane is also on the agenda. Other elements include the loan of a space capsule and space suit from the Alamogordo Space Museum.
This is the 25th year for the event that celebrates the best and brightest of Anderson alumni, faculty and community leaders.
On Friday, Dec. 13, Lovelace Westside Hospital and Lovelace Regional Hospital - Roswell celebrated their recent recognition as a Best Place to Work by Albuquerque Business First. Lovelace Westside Hospital ranked 4th and Lovelace Regional Hospital - Roswell ranked 8th in the medium-size company category. Congratulations!
Donations of up to $33,000 to Roadrunner Food Bank through Dec. 31 will be doubled thanks to a matching pledge from Lovelace Health System.
“With your help and Lovelace’s we are able to feed nearly 40,000 hungry New Mexicans each week. And your gift today will help us feed hungry children, families, individuals and seniors well into the New Year,” the food bank said in a news release.
“Your gift this month will go a long way to help achieve our mission and provide hungry people hope in the New Year,” the organization said.
Lovelace Medical Medical Center CEO Troy Greer, city of Albuquerque Chief Administrative Office Rob Perry, Sister Nancy Kazik, Lovelace Medical Center Chief of Staff Dr. Diego Gonzales and Lovelace Health System President and CEO Ron Stern turned on the lights to the holiday tree atop the Lovelace Medical Center near downtown on Thursday night. This is the 43rd year in a row that a tree has decorated the top of the hospital.