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Student Artist Brushes up Pediatric Unit at Lovelace Westside Hospital

Rio Rancher Observer June 24, 2012

Andrea Garcia,18, shows a painting in the treatment room of the Inpatient Pediatric Unit at Lovelace Westside Hospital.   By Brad Buck/Observer Reporter Andrea Garcia spent 30 hours a week — sometimes even coming in on weekends — to give an artistic touch to the walls at the Lovelace Westside Hospital Inpatient Pediatric Unit. The Hope Christian School graduate, 18, draws inspiration...

Insurers Extend ACA Provisions

ABQ Journal June 20, 2012

Two of New Mexico’s largest insurance companies are joining some national competitors in pledging to continue some of the popular provisions of the Affordable Care Act, even if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the law. Representatives of Lovelace Health Plan and Presbyterian Health Plan told the Journal their companies will continue to allow children up to the age of 26 to remain on their...

Playworks Featured on Eye of New Mexico

KOB-TV June 17, 2012

Lovelace is a proud sponsor of Playworks. A segment on Playworks was recently featured on Eye on New Mexico.

Lovelace Health Plan expects to double its member rolls this year

New Mexico Business Weekly June 15, 2012

Bob Hayes, CFO of the Melloy Nissan car dealership in Albuquerque, had had it with having to play the negotiating game for health insurance for the firm’s employees. After two proposed 20 percent premium increases over three years from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico, Hayes decided to listen when representatives of Lovelace Health Plan came knocking. On June 1, 435 of Melloy’s employees...

Gadget Pain: The New Frontier

ABQ Journal June 11, 2012

The seemingly ubiquitous technology-laden gadgets that have made managing our lives and leisure time so easy are also to blame for a number of ailments that now sport quaint nicknames, such as “text neck,” “computer vision syndrome,” “Blackberry thumb,” “iPad elbow, “iPod ear” and “Facebook chin.” According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were 3,200 injuries associated with...

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