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Baby delivered on Albuquerque freeway

KOAT-TV 10pm news

A baby was delivered in a car on the side of an Albuquerque freeway. The baby came so fast, her father was forced to pull over on Interstate 25. Brinna Lee Milligan had a grand entrance into the world. "We're on the side of I-25; we are on the side of the freeway. It's freezing outside, and I'm delivering this baby," said father Andrew Milligan.

"We were half way through Bernalillo when I felt the first urge to just push," said mother Deanne Milligan.

12/12/12 Baby Born at Lovelace Women's Hospital

In celebration of 12/12/12, anchor Royale Dá from KOAT-TV was out at Lovelace Women’s Hospital today to talk with the parents of the first baby born at the hospital. Cayvin New arrived at 8:48 a.m. this morning and weighed more than 6 pounds. Proud parents Thomas and Heather New were excited about their bundle of joy.

KOAT-TV Story

 

KRQE Story

Lovelace Westside Hospital Names CEO

Becker's Hospital Review

Farron Sneed is the new CEO at Lovelace Westside Hospital in Albuquerque, N.M.

Mr. Sneed most recently served as COO and facility compliance officer of Bluefield (W.Va.) Regional Medical Center. He has more than 20 years of healthcare administration experience.

Mr. Sneed assumed his position on Nov. 26.

Tree Lighting at Lovelace Medical Center - In the News

KOAT, KOB-TV, KLUZ

Lovelace Medical Center held its 42nd Annual Tree Lighting event on Dec. 6. Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry, Maria Berry, Lovelace Medical Center CEO Troy Greer, Lovelace Health System President and CEO Ron Stern, and Sister Nancy Kazik, flipped the switch illuminating the tree, which has become an Albuquerque holiday icon.

KOAT Story

 

KOB-TV Story

Tree Lighting at LMC

ABQ Journal

Fanfare Victorian Carolers, from left, Tony Sparks, Laura Landress, Shelly Andes and Bob Finch, sing holiday songs at the Lovelace Medical Center’s 42nd annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Thursday.

The lighted tree atop the Lovelace Medical Center is a Duke City holiday tradition.
 

Lovelace Women’s Hospital: New Mexico Birthing Centers Offer Options

Natural Awakenings

Choosing where to deliver a baby is a major decision for every family. Every woman wants a safe and healthy delivery. Beyond that, women deserve to have options and control over their birthing experience.

Best Places to Work in Healthcare Share Similarities

Nurse Zone

By Debra Wood, RN, contributor

A commitment to delivering quality care, opportunities for professional development and a friendly environment dedicated to people represent some of the qualities nurses and leaders at hospitals near the top of Modern Healthcare’s 2012 Best Places to Work in Healthcare list attribute for their high ranking.

Flu Season, Interview with Dr. Iacuone

KOB-TV

Flu season is off to an early start across the nation with some states seeing high levels already. Stuart Dyson spent the day checking with doctors about the situation in our state.

Chad Pew, New COO, Lovelace Medical Center

New Mexico Business Weekly

SPOTLIGHT
Chad Pew
Chief operating officer
Lovelace Medical Center

Pew is a new hire. He will serve as COO for Lovelace Medical Center.

Pew has more than 15 years of health care experience. Most recently, he was the associate administrator at Northwest Texas Healthcare System in Amarillo, overseeing a 470-bed health care system.

Prior to that, he worked as the director of laboratory and cardiopulmonary services for Providence Health & Services Centralia Hospital in Centralia, Wash.

News and Events

Nurses Day Career Fair

Join Lovelace Women's Hospital for a Nurses Day career fair on Friday, May 6, 2016 from 2 p.m.

RN & Therapy Hiring Fair

Join Lovelace Medical Center and Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital on Thursday, April 28 from 3 p.