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Talking Ballroom Dance with Patti Smith

February 08, 2013

This year marks the 6th Annual Duke City Dance-Off as Lovelace Women’s Hospital brings together members of community, dance professionals and some of our own Lovelace employees to compete in The Spirit of Women’s Day of Dance February 23, 2013. It is a day recognized across the country to dance, enjoy some friendly competition and celebrate healthy lifestyles.  Dance Instructor and CSP Dance...

World Cancer Day at Home and Around the World

February 04, 2013

At Lovelace, we fight cancer head on. From the state’s only accredited breast care center to the first and only TomoHD, outcomes and quality of life for our patients are improving. We have the advantage and benefit of technology, research and prevention awareness to give our patients and their families the peace of mind that a cancer diagnosis does not have to be a death sentence. However, in...

Today we Go Red for Women

February 01, 2013

Today is National Wear Red Day to support the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign to help raise awareness and fight the number one killer of women, heart disease. Lovelace is a proud supporter of Go Red for Women, not only for our patients and health plan members, but also for our employees who have been affected by heart disease. Today we show that support as we Go Red!

Lovelace CEO Shares Memory of The Boys Club

January 25, 2013

Lovelace Westside Hospital CEO Farron Sneed shares his memory of the Boys and Girls Club. He still carries his membership card from the 1970s with him. When I was growing up in McAlester, Oklahoma, the Boys Club provided the town organized youth sports and a place for kids to go for recreation after school and during summer break. I noticed many kids (including myself) were looking for...

Norovirus Spreads to U.S.

January 21, 2013

Staying healthy is getting a one-two punch this winter season thanks to widespread cases of the flu followed by a fast-moving stomach bug called norovirus. First reported in Sydney, Australia, last March, this norovirus spread to Europe, then Canada and is now wreaking havoc in the U.S. The bug is especially prevalent in contained spaces like cruise ships, nursing homes and schools. The reason...