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Lovelace Westside Hospital Improves Patient Care With Improved Practices

Rio Rancho Observer January 01, 2012

Lovelace Westside Hospital Improves Patient Care With Improved Practices  By Glen Rosales/Observer Staff Writer Taking advantage of fellow professionals' experience is a great way, not only to network, but to improve service, said Katrina Morgan, director of nursing at Lovelace Westside Hospital. For several years, the hospital has participated in a program called Transforming Care at the...

Hospital Yule at Lovelace Westside Hospital

Albuquerque Journal December 24, 2011

HOSPITAL YULE ADOLPHE PIERRE-LOUIS/JOURNAL Lovelace Westside Hospital nurses Katrina Morgan, left, and Patricia Pacheco go over a patient chart on Thursday. The unit is richly decorated with holiday cheer to bring joy to the patient environment.   Source: Albuquerque Journal

Two NM Hospitals Among Top 50

Albuquerque Journal December 22, 2011

Around New Mexico2 N.M. Hospitals Among Top 50     Lovelace Women’s Hospital and Lovelace Westside Hospital were the only hospitals in New Mexico recognized by Modern Healthcare as among the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare nationally in 2011.     Both hospitals were named in the Top 50, Lovelace said in a news release.     Selection was...

Tree Lighting at Lovelace Medical Center

Albuquerque Journal December 02, 2011

Mayor, Lovelace CEO Light Christmas Tree   ROBERTO E. ROSALES/JOURNAL Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry, right, and Lovelace Health System CEO Ron Stern on Thursday help light the Christmas tree atop the Lovelace Medical Center building in the Downtown area.   Source: Albuquerque Journal

Feeling sluggish? Check your B-12 level

Albuquerque Journal November 27, 2011

Feeling sluggish? Check your B-12 level Talk to a doctor before starting supplements  By Amanda Schoenberg/Journal Staff Writer     When baby boomers have trouble remembering words or feel sluggish even after plenty of exercise and rest, low levels of vitamin B-12 might be to blame.     As people age, they are more likely to have a B-12...