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Women of Influence, Dawn Tschabrun

Albuquerque Business First March 05, 2013

Congratulations to Dawn Tschabrun for recently being named a Women of Influence Honoree by Albuquerque Business First.An interview with Dawn is attached that appeared in a special supplement to the newspaper. To see this story in print, click here.

Lovelace Westside Hospital Opens Renovated, Kid-Friendly ER

KOB-TV, KOAT March 05, 2013

Lovelace Westside Hospital opened its renovated emergency department on March 1, which includes a kid-friendly area with four private exam rooms dedicated to children and their families. View the pieces that ran on KOB-TV and KOAT-TV. KOB-TV Stories   KOAT-TV

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 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...

Breast Reconstructive Surgery Offers Less Painful, Speedier Recovery

ABQ Journal Feature Health Story March 04, 2013

After having a mastectomy for breast cancer, Roberta Crawford opted for a breast reconstructive surgery that’s new to New Mexico. Called DIEP flap, the surgery preserves a patient’s muscle function. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)Though she lost a part of herself when she had to undergo a mastectomy, Roberta Crawford says it could have been worse – she might not have been able to pick up her...