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Lovelace Women's Hospital Has Low C-Section Rate

KOB-TV, KLUZ August 30, 2013

Lovelace Women’s Hospital has one of the lowest rates in the state for cesarean sections. The national average for c-section births is at 33 percent. Right now Lovelace Women’s Hospital has a rate of 18 percent. They say they achieved that by following current national guidelines. The hospital delivered more than 3,200 babies last year. KOB-TV Story KLUZ Story

Lovelace Targets Medication Management to Keep Readmission Rates Low

Albuquerque Business First August 27, 2013

Medicare readmission rates for Lovelace Health System hospitals are far below the national rates that trigger Medicare officials to penalize hospitals for excessive readmissions, officials said this week. Lovelace is using medication management to help limit readmissions. Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First Medicare readmission rates for Lovelace Health System hospitals are...

Dr. Duc Vuong Announcement

ABQ Journal August 27, 2013

Duc Vuong, M.D. has joined Lovelace Health System as director of the bariatrics department. Vuong has a medical degree from Texas A&M; he also completed extensive postgraduate and professional training in bariatric procedures and minimally invasive surgery and is board certified by the American College of Surgeons. He specializes in single-incision approaches to surgery. To see this story in...

Back to School Physicals

Roswell Daily Record August 23, 2013

Lovelace Urgent Care and Lovelace Health Care Center are offering back-to-school physicals for just $15. No appointments are necessary. At Lovelace Urgent Care school physicals are available Aug. 17 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Aug. 23 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. At Lovelace Health Care Center school physicals are available on Aug. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lovelace Urgent Care is located at 2335 N. Main...

Lovelace Westide Dietician Offers Back to School Lunch Ideas

KOB-TV August 13, 2013

The first day of school is finally here and you're probably wondering what to pack for lunch.A clinical dietician with Lovelace Westside Hospital told KOB Eyewitness News 4 that well-balanced meals really help kids focus in the classroom. Erin Baudino-Burgarello said string cheese, yogurt and fruit are great snacks for your kids. But remember—the most important meal is what they have before...