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Lovelace Women's Hospital Breast Health Center Tour

Join us for a tour of the Lovelace Women’s Hospital Breast Care Center where we provide comprehensive breast care in one convenient location. We take walk-ins, same-day or next-day appointments and offer Saturday hours. For same-day appointments or to schedule a mammogram, call 505.727.6900.

Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center – Pacemakers & Defibrillators

Heart arrhythmia occurs when electrical signals to the heart cause it to beat too fast, too slow, or irregularly. Dr. Michael Bestawros, electrophysiologist with New Mexico Heart Institute/Lovelace Medical Group, sat down to discuss how pacemakers and defibrillators can be used to help control life-threatening arrhythmias.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with a New Mexico Heart Institute/Lovelace Medical Group cardiologist, call 505.841.1000.

Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center - Atrial Fibrillation Testimonial

Peter Bohan was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AFib) after he started experiencing shortness of breath. AFib is an abnormal heart rhythm characterized by rapid and irregular beating of the upper chambers of the heart. It is projected that 12.1 million Americans will suffer from AFib in 2030, according to the CDC. It is important to know the signs, symptoms, and risks to keep you and your loved ones healthy.

Prostate cancer patient looks forward to more competitions

Slowing down is rarely an option for Dean Buzbee.

A 68-year-old living in Albuquerque, Dean has been a stellar, endurance athlete for more than 43 years, competing in cycling, running races and triathlons. He also had a successful career conducting mental competency evaluations at universities for 30 years, before retiring in 2004.

He started riding a bike in college as a psychology major. With more free time after graduate school, he took up bicycle racing as a hobby and started entering competitions.

Prediabetes/Diabetes Heart Health

Did you know taking care of your heart can also help you manage diabetes? Tune in to Lovelace Westside Hospital's registered dietician, Jennifer Herrera, as she explains how heart healthy choices can also help with prediabetes and diabetes.

NEAT Principle

Adding more exercise to your life doesn't have to be difficult, and can help you manage diabetes! Tune in to Lovelace Westside Hospital's registered dietician, Uva Mason, as she offers tips on moving around more, explains the NEAT Principle, and how this helps with prediabetes and diabetes management.

Coping with Triggers: Prediabetes/Diabetes Education

Everyone deals with stress and triggers. Lovelace Westside Hospitals Erin Buadino-Burgarello, registered dietician, offers some insight and tips when it comes to coping with triggers and making healthy choices for prediabetes/diabetes patients. For help finding a primary care provider or a diabetes educator, please call Lovelace Care Concierge at 505.727.2727.

Reducing Stress

Life carries its daily stress and triggers. It's important to learn how to reduce your stress when you are a pre-diabetic/diabetic patient. Laura Omidvaran, a registered dietician at the Lovelace Westside Hospital, talks about the importance of reducing stress, as well as some stress-reducing activities.