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Lovelace, ABQ Health Partners back together again

Albuquerque Business First December 03, 2013

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First Lovelace Health System and ABQ Health Partners are back together again. The two companies had a public fallout in the fall of 2012 that resulted in the end of a five-year contract for ABQ HP doctors and other providers to treat Lovelace Health Plan members. But on Monday, LHS and ABQ HP said they had signed an agreement...

Lovelace and ABQ Health Partners Sign New Agreement

December 02, 2013

ALBUQUERQUE (December 2, 2013) – Lovelace Health Plan and ABQ Health Partners (ABQ HP) have signed an agreement that will allow Lovelace patients and members to immediately access ABQ HP physicians and providers. Lovelace and ABQ Health Partners will begin notifying patients and members of this change. “We’re pleased to have these providers rejoin our network,” said Ron Stern, president and CEO...

Global Audience of Doctors Views Lovelace Women's Hospital Surgery

Albuquerque Business First November 15, 2013

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First An audience of 1,200 doctors from around the world tuned in Thursday to watch a surgical procedure taking place in New Mexico. Lovelace Women’s Hospital and Dr. Amy Garcia broadcast a live laparoscopic minimally-invasive hysterectomy to the doctors who were gathered in Washington D.C. for the Global Congress on...

Is Your Hospital One of the Best Places to Work

Nurse Zone November 14, 2013

By Debra Wood, RN, contributor November 14, 2013 - Individual nurses may be motivated by different things, but most will agree that a supportive work environment and opportunities for professional growth can go a long way toward improving job satisfaction. And there are a few hospitals that seem to have discovered the right formula for creating a great place to work. Modern Healthcare ...

Whooping Cough Outbreak Grow Interview with Dr. Jeffrey Thomas

KOB-TV November 13, 2013

It's a sound that many thought was long gone, but it's a sound that has been creeping back up in the United States. Colorado has reported more than 1,000 cases of it this year alone. It's the sound of whooping cough. According to Dr. Jeffrey Thomas from Lovelace Health Center, whooping cough is caused by the bacterium Bortetella pertussis. "It's a highly contagious disease that's spread from...