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Janet Hardt New Director of Women's Services

Roswell Daily Record December 30, 2012

Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell has named Janet Hardt, CNM, MSN, as its new director of Women’s Services. Hardt started in her new position on Nov. 26. Hardt has a diverse and distinguished career in nursing that spans 25 years. Most recently, she served as a certified nurse-midwife for Rio Pecos Medical Associates in Roswell. Prior to that she worked at Women’s Health Center in Artesia and...

ABQ Journal Briefcase, Farron Sneed and Chad Pew

ABQ Journal December 24, 2012

Lovelace Health System has hired two new executive level staff members. They are Farron Sneed, CEO for Lovelace Westside Hospital. Sneed has 20 years of experience in health care administration and previously worked as the chief operating officer/facility compliance officer for Bluefield Regional Medical center in Bluefield, West Virginia. Prior to that, Sneed served as the Assistant Chief...

Lovelace Would Run New Valencia Hospital

ABQ Journal December 22, 2012

An Oklahoma City developer has chosen Lovelace Health System to run a new $55 million hospital to be built west of the Interstate 25 exit to Main Street in Los Lunas. The 110,000-square-foot hospital will be designed and developed by Miller Development + Architecture using private funds and is expected to open in 2015, said the firm’s CEO, Darin Miller, in a telephone interview Friday. Miller...

Lovelace to manage LL hospital

Valencia County News December 22, 2012

By Julia M. Dendinger The long awaited formal announcement finally came at Thursday’s Los Lunas Village Council meeting. Lovelace Health System is the provider partner for the proposed Los Lunas hospital, being built by Oklahoma-based Miller Architects. In a phone interview Friday morning, Lovelace President and CEO Ron Stern said he was personally excited about partnering with Miller for the...

Best Places to Work: Lovelace Women’s Hospital Large Company Honoree

New Mexico Business Weekly December 17, 2012

  What’s the single most important thing your company has done to become a place where people like to work? The single most important thing that Lovelace Women’s Hospital has done to become a best place to work is creating a service excellence culture that is employee-led and leadership supported. Our “Women’s Outstanding Way” or “WOW” experience includes four standards of behavior:...