Lovelace Seeks to Acquire Roswell Regional Hospital

January 13, 2012

Lovelace Seeks to Acquire Roswell Regional Hospital Acquisition will bring expansion, new services and new physicians Albuquerque, N.M.(Jan. 13, 2012) – Lovelace Health System, Inc. has signed a letter of intent to purchase the assets and operations of Roswell Regional Hospital in Roswell, N.M.  Lovelace is seeking to buy the 26-bed hospital and its Family Care Clinic from New Mexico...

S.E.D. Labs to be acquired by Quest Diagnostics

January 03, 2012

Transaction will provide innovation, resources and expanded access and connectivity for patients. Synergistic lab purchase to enable Quest Diagnostics to significantly increase its presence in New Mexico. Albuquerque, N.M. and Madison, N.J. (Jan. 3, 2012) – S.E.D. Medical Laboratories will soon become part of Quest Diagnostics Incorporated (NYSE: DGX), the world leader in diagnostic testing...

Lovelace Westside Hospital provides venue for local artists

Rio Rancho Observer January 02, 2012

Troy Greer gazed at a photo of water cascading down a series of stepped rocks, with colored maple leaves scattered across the foreground set amid a lush forest. "We used to live near the Appalachian Trail, and this reminds me of hiking there," said Greer, CEO at Lovelace West-side Hospital. Greer was gazing at a one of nearly 40 pieces of art that grace the walls of the hospital where the Rio...

First 2012 Arrival at Lovelace Women's Hospital

Albuquerque Journal January 02, 2012

FIRST 2012 ARRIVAL AT LOVELACE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL Newborn Amari Scott, 7 pounds, 2 ounces and 19 inches long, arrived at Lovelace Women’s Hospital at 12:29 a.m. on Sunday. He’s the hospital’s first baby of the new year, and the child of Lorna Diwayan and Karl Scott. Source: Albuquerque Journal  

Lovelace Westside Hospital Improves Patient Care With Improved Practices

Rio Rancho Observer January 01, 2012

Lovelace Westside Hospital Improves Patient Care With Improved Practices  By Glen Rosales/Observer Staff Writer Taking advantage of fellow professionals' experience is a great way, not only to network, but to improve service, said Katrina Morgan, director of nursing at Lovelace Westside Hospital. For several years, the hospital has participated in a program called Transforming Care at the...