Wisdom Workers, Featuring Lovelace Women's Hospital

ABQ Journal September 10, 2013

WISDOM WORKERS Meaningful careers, valued perspectives are what keep 50-plus employees vital and in the game By Donna Olmstead/Journal Staff Writer        Local workers 50 and older, like their national counterparts, say meaningful work and respect from their peers and bosses keep them satisfied at work. Of course, most need the income, along with the health and retirement...

7th Annual NICU Reunion Comes to Lovelace Women's Hospital

KOB-TV, KOAT September 09, 2013

  Lovelace Women’s Hospital and The March of Dimes put on their 7th annual NICU Reunion on Saturday.  The event is held for babies and children who started out life in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).  Babies from the past 3 years who started out in the NICU got to play games and have fun at a carnival.  Scott and Jennifer Gross’s son, Jayden, weighed just over 3...

Football Player's Concussion Raises Questions (interview with Dr. Sloan)

KRQE, 10pm September 05, 2013

By Alex Goldsmith/Reporter (KRQE) - Since his high school days, Cole Gautsche has lit up football fields across New Mexico with his play. The Cleveland High School alum won a state title in 2011 before accepting a scholarship to UNM and winning playing time in 2012. He also won the starter's position in 2013. But the athletic signal caller has had some significant head issues since he...

Lovelace Women’s Hospital makes Top 100 list

Albuquerque Business First September 04, 2013

By Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First Lovelace Women’s Hospital in Albuquerque has been named one of the best 100 places to work in health care in 2013 by Modern Healthcare Magazine. It was the fifth consecutive year that the 120-bed hospital, which employs 750, made the magazine’s Top 100 list. It was the only New Mexico health care firm to make this year’s list, according...

CNM begins offering naming rights

Albuquerque Business First September 03, 2013

Dan Mayfield, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First The CNM Foundation is kicking off a $10 million fundraising campaign by doing something it’s never done before: selling the permanent naming rights of its buildings. Lisa McCulloch, the director of the foundation, told Business First that the school has raised $1 million so far with the campaign, but wants to raise $9 million more in the next...