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Lovelace Proposes Bed-Sharing With University of New Mexico Hospital in Place of New Facility

Becker's Hospital Review March 04, 2013

Written by Anuja Vaidya  Albuquerque, N.M.-based Lovelace Health System announced that it has offered to enter into a bed-sharing agreement with the University of New Mexico Hospital, also in Albuquerque, as an alternative to UNMH building a new $146 million hospital. Ron Stern, CEO of Lovelace, made the offer in a Feb. 22 letter to Steve McKernan, CEO of the University of New Mexico Health...

Bed-sharing Idea is a Good Option for UNMH

ABQ Journal March 04, 2013

By Ron Stern / President and CEO, Lovelace Health System Lovelace has a solution to the potential overcrowding at University of New Mexico Hospital — enter into a bed-sharing agreement and save the taxpayers $146 million. Recently, it has come to light that UNMH wants to build a $146 million hospital in the downtown area to do elective surgeries. While we are not necessarily against the building...

Lovelace Westside Aims to Cheer Up Kids

ABQ Journal March 03, 2013

A trip to the emergency department can be scary for sick kids, and their parents. Lovelace Westside Hospital has just completed a makeover project designed to bring a little color and cheer to the experience. Characters like Crush and Squirt from the Disney Pixar animated movie “Finding Nemo” adorn the wall in a corner of the emergency department waiting room, a TV shows children’s programs and...

Lovelace Westside Hospital Opens Child-Friendly ER Area

Rio Rancho Observer March 03, 2013

Lovelace Westside Hospital opened its renovated emergency department (ED) Friday, and it includes a kid-friendly area with four private exam rooms dedicated to children and their families. “We wanted to make an area where children would feel comfortable and at ease while they were in the ED,” said Lovelace Westside Hospital CEO Farron Sneed. This new area will be for children 17 years of age and...

Truven Top 100 Hospital Scores Measure 'Leadership Impact'

HealthLeaders February 27, 2013

Cheryl Clark, for HealthLeaders MediaEmphasizing that this year's Truven Health Analytics 100 Top Hospitals list "is not an advertising scheme," senior vice president Jean Chenoweth says the 2013 winners list reflects "a balance scorecard," that keeps "all the goals and mission of the whole organization in mind."This year the top hospitals list, formerly published as the Thomson Reuters Top 100...