New med school could bring 400 residency slots

Albuquerque Business First July 28, 2014

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine to be built on the campus of New Mexico State University hopes to open up to 400 new residency slots for medical school students in the next 10 years, the school’s CEO said Monday. Those slots are essential to increasing the supply of doctors in New Mexico because medical...

Lovelace CEO to serve on Quality New Mexico board

Roswell Daily Record July 23, 2014

Dawn Tschabrun, chief executive officer at Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell, has been elected as a board member to Quality New Mexico for a three-year term, which started in June 2014. Over the next three years, Tschabrun will work with her colleagues who represent business, education, government, health care, and nonprofit organizations from across the state to engage New Mexico leaders in...

Interview with Dr. Molzen - Heat Related Illness

KOB-TV July 21, 2014

Dr. George Molzen, Lovelace ER Medical Director, was recently on KOB-TV for an interview on heat illness.

Interview with Dr. Barrett - Strokes in Younger Adults

KASA July 18, 2014

Dr. Douglas Barrett a Neurologist with Lovelace Medical Group was recently on KASA to discuss strokes in younger adults.

New medical school could ease state’s doctor shortage

Albuquerque Business First July 15, 2014

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First The proposed new osteopathic medical school in Las Cruces would help ease the doctor shortage in New Mexico and offer some of the state’s hospitals a chance to train those physicians, one of the doctors who was involved in the effort to form the school said Tuesday. “All you hear me talk about is the need to increase access...