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State Funds Slots for More Local Nursing Students

Rio Rancho Observer March 19, 2014

By Sterling Fluharty  Nursing education, across the state and in Rio Rancho, is rising to meet the challenge of training more healthcare professionals and providing the population with greater access to healthcare. Last week, Gov. Susana Martinez approved millions in the state budget to significantly increase the number of students enrolled in bachelor’s of science in nursing programs at...

Lovelace Partners with Jason Foundation for Suicide Awareness and Prevention

March 18, 2014

Lovelace Partners with the Jason Foundation to bring suicide awareness and prevention programs to schools, community groups free of charge     ALBUQUERQUE (March 14) – Youth suicide is a growing epidemic in communities across the country. New Mexico consistently ranks among the top five states in the United States for its suicide rate, which is 1.5 to 2 times the national average....

Lovelace Offers Senior Care Emergency Services

Prime Time March 18, 2014

  Lovelace Medical Center recently upgraded its emergency room with Senior Care Emergency Services. There are now five beds dedicated to treating senior patients and specially trained emergency nurses who are GENE-certified (Geriatric Emergency Nursing Education) in treating seniors. The area includes signs and clocks that are easier to read, call lights that are easier to use, softer...

Dangers of Tanning, Interview with Dr. Angela Sanchez

KASA This Morning March 14, 2014

Dr. Angela Sanchez from Lovelace Medical Group was recently on KASA This Morning to discuss precautions with tanning and which sunscreens to choose to protect yourself.

Governor Signs Heart Test Bill at Lovelace Regional Hospital in Roswell

Deming News March 04, 2014

Governor Susana Martinez signed House Bill 9 into law at the Lovelace Regional Hospital in Roswell. This legislation requires non-invasive testing for Critical Congenital Heart Disease (CCHD) in newborn infants. "I am proud to sign this legislation today," said Governor Martinez. "By adding testing for CCHD to the newborn screening panel, more New Mexico babies will grow up to live happier,...

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