The New Mexico Heart Institute and the Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center have partnered together to pioneer the implantation of new heart monitoring devices in heart failure patients. They expect it will make a huge difference for heart failure patients in New Mexico – and their families.
They’re called CardioMEMS, and on Aug. 3 and 4, doctors from the New Mexico Heart Institute implanted them in five different patients at the Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center.
KRQE News in Albuquerque covered the story regarding Lovelace Westside Hospital and Lovelace Women's Hospital being named to Modern Healthcare's Top 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare on their morning program August 28, 2015.
ALBUQUERQUE (August 25, 2015) – Lovelace Women’s Hospital and Lovelace Westside Hospital were both named to Modern Healthcare’s Top 100 Places to Work in Healthcare for 2015.
This is the eighth year that this recognition program has honored workplaces throughout the health care industry that empower their employees to provide patients and customers with the best possible care, products and services.
California-based TriVascular Technologies (NASDAQ: TRIV) is debuting its Ovation iX Abdominal Stent Graft System in Albuquerque this week and New Mexico Heart Institute's chief of vascular surgery, Dr. Steve Henao, will be the first person in the world to use the technology.
Lara Wengert, MS, CCC-LP, outpatient therapy manager at Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital, appeared on Good Day New Mexico August 15, 2015 to discuss the Focus On Therapy Outcomes recognition that all five rehabilitation clinics recently won.
ALBUQUERQUE – August 13, 2015 – Lovelace Health System and the Albuquerque Fire Department have announced that they are releasing a new public service announcement (PSA) that encourages citizens to do these three things- recognize the symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, to call 911, and to be transported to the hospital by ambulance. These important steps can increase the chances of surviving a heart attack or stroke.