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Lovelace Challenges New UNM Hospital

ABQ Journal February 27, 2013

By Astrid Galvan/Journal Staff Writer Lovelace Health System has come out against the University of New Mexico Hospital’s proposed new $146 million hospital, offering instead to make beds available at its own downtown location. “We can tell you this as far as Lovelace is concerned — given the current health care environment, a new big hospital in the downtown area is not what is needed at this...

Lovelace Proposes Sharing Beds with UNMH as Alternative to New Hospital

Albuquerque Business First February 27, 2013

By Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business FirstLovelace Health System has offered to enter into a bed-sharing agreement with the University of New Mexico Hospital as an alternative to UNM building a new $146 million hospital.Lovelace CEO Ron Stern made the offer in a Feb. 22 letter to Steve McKernan, CEO of the UNM Health Science System.The offer came after Bernalillo County...

Lovelace Offers UNMH Bedsharing Program, UNMH Expresses Concerns

KOB-TV February 27, 2013

Lovelace Health System is offering to share beds with patients from the University of New Mexico Hospital to ease possible overcrowding. In a letter sent last week to UNM Hospital, Lovelace president and CEO Ron Stern proposed a bedsharing deal that would involve transferring patients to Lovelace when the hospital becomes overcrowded.A spokesperson for UNM Hospital tells KOB that while they are...

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...

Day of Dance: In the News

KOB-TV, KASA February 25, 2013

KOB-TVKOB 4 cleaned up at the Duke City Dance off today hosted by Lovelace Women’s Hospital. The event was designed to promote heart health through exercise. KOB’s Gadi Schwartz took the top prize during his swing dance that included two flips. Jill Galus came in second place - half a point behind Schwartz - with her performance of the hustle. Last year’s winner Heather Mills performed as well...