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Lovelace Westide Dietician Offers Back to School Lunch Ideas

KOB-TV August 13, 2013

The first day of school is finally here and you're probably wondering what to pack for lunch.A clinical dietician with Lovelace Westside Hospital told KOB Eyewitness News 4 that well-balanced meals really help kids focus in the classroom. Erin Baudino-Burgarello said string cheese, yogurt and fruit are great snacks for your kids. But remember—the most important meal is what they have before...

Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital’s Jemez Clinic Earns Certification

Prime Time August 13, 2013

Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital’s outpatient clinic in Jemez Pueblo has earned the prestigious Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation (CARF) certification. The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities has recognized the clinic for its commitment to quality, to continually improving services and to serving the community.Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital is the only hospital...

Immunizations shots for Back to School, Interview with Dr. Iacuone

KRQE August 09, 2013

The first day of school is quickly approaching for a lot of New Mexico students. It's also the time where parents are preparing their kids with the proper school supplies, but it's also a good time to remind parents that the kids need to have their proper immunization shots before returning to school. Doctors say there are shots for whooping cough, measles and tetanus. Most of these are boosters...

School Immunizations with Dr. Rebecca Webb

KOB-TV August 09, 2013

Local health experts want to remind parents about immunization shots as they get their kids ready to head back to school.Dr. Rebecca Webb with Lovelace Westside Hospital said kids should get their shots as they enter kindergarten, 6th grade and 9th grade. But if your kids are in other grades, make sure you have proof that they got the immunization shots.KOB Eyewitness News 4 wanted to know why...

Providers Try Carrot Approach to Wellness

ABQ Journal August 05, 2013

By Winthrop Quigley/Journal Staff WriterAt the same time payers are using incentives to encourage better medical care, employers and insurance companies are trying to use other incentives to get people to reduce demand for services by taking better care of themselves. It's easier said than done, according to John Iacuone, Lovelace Health Plan chief medical officer. "Data upon data have shown that...

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