Dr. John Iacuone Named Chief Medical Officer at Lovelace Health Plan

Lovelace Health System April 23, 2013

ALBUQUERQUE – John Iacuone, M.D., MBA, has been promoted to Chief Medical Officer at Lovelace Health Plan. Dr. Iacuone came to LHP in January 2011 as senior medical director and was later promoted to associate chief medical officer. Since joining the organization, he has been instrumental in guiding efforts to help our community achieve their wellness goals and take ownership of their health...

Hospital wins Zia award

ABQ Journal April 20, 2013

By Rosalie Rayburn / Journal Staff Writer  Registered Nurse Crystal McClain listens to patient Steven Thompson’s heart in the medical surgical unit at the Lovelace Westside Hospital. The hospital has a program that enables nurses and other employees to help develop new ideas to improve patient care. (ROSALIE RAYBURN/JOURNAL)Communications systems that involve all employees and a program that...

Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell Welcomes Dr. Daniel Freese

Roswell Daily Record April 18, 2013

Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell is pleased to welcome Daniel J. Freese, DO., to its family. Dr. Freese is board-certified in gastroenterology. He is looking forward to helping expand Lovelace Regional Hospital’s GI services to the Roswell community.Dr. Freese joins Lovelace from 10th Medical Group at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo.., where he served for three years...

Nursing mothers can now donate milk

ABQ Journal April 17, 2013

By Deborah Ziff / Journal Staff WriterNursing mothers now have a place to donate excess breast milk in Albuquerque for needy babies. Dar a Luz Birth & Health Center has opened a milk depot, the first and only one in New Mexico, where women can drop off their milk once they’ve passed a screening process. The milk is sent in dry ice to Mothers’ Milk Bank in Denver where it is stored,...

Hospital volunteers recognized at Lovelace ceremony

Albuquerque Business First April 15, 2013

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business FirstGinny McElyea has been at it for 25 years, and at age 90 she’s not about to stop volunteering her time at Lovelace Women’s Hospital. “I love to be active and it gives me a good feeling. I started [volunteering] after I retired because I wanted to do something,” McElyea said.McElyea was one of 67 volunteers honored Friday by Lovelace Health...

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