Healthcare of the Future

NMBW July 27, 2012

Hospitals are expected to be very different in 10 years, but because of technology and new approaches to health care, many people are unlikely to see the inside of one. And most of those who do go for emergency care or surgery aren’t likely to stay long. “The fact is that if you’re going to be in a hospital, you’re going to be pretty sick,” said Ron Stern, president and CEO of Lovelace Health...

Five Questions with Troy Greer

NMBW July 27, 2012

What’s the first thing you notice when you enter a hospital? The cleanliness of the floors. If you pay attention to the details, your whole organization should run well. What’s the biggest change you’ve seen during your professional career? The increase in the amount of public reporting that’s done to provide measures for grading hospitals’ performance. What makes administering a hospital...

Lovelace Westside Hospital doctor uses CAT scan, endoscopy to repair infected sinuses

Brad Buck/Observer Reporter July 27, 2012

 Sinuses are about as useful as appendices or tonsils. They do not help you in any medical way, yet they can cause you health problems. So says Dr. Jason Mudd, an ear, nose and throat specialist who practices in the Albuquerque metro area and is making use of technology — called image-guided sinus surgery — at Lovelace Westside Hospital. Lovelace Westside Hospital has featured the...

Lovelace Supports School Supply Drive

KOAT-TV 6pm and 10pm July 24, 2012

 Our annual school supply drive is in full swing and we need more donations to make sure every child in New Mexico starts the school year off right. Lovelace Health System is teaming up with us again this year. They are encouraging their patients and employees to get involved and donate as much as they can, so every child can head back to school prepared for success. Lovelace is seeing more...

Face-Lift for Hospital

ABQ Journal July 20, 2012

 At 10 stories high, workers install new white lettering at Lovelace Medical Center at 601 Dr. M.L. King Jr. NE, the culmination of a nearly $1 million exterior renovation. Lovelace Medical Center, the hard-to-miss landmark at Interstate 25 and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, has traded in its off-white exterior for a warm brown color to cap off a massive renovation begun six years ago...