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Tips for Eating Well Away from Home

Eating well away from home can help you manage diabetes! Tune in to Lovelace Westside Hospital's registered dietician, Jennifer Herrera, talk more about the importance of eating well away from home, and tips to remember while making food choices.

Michele gets back in step with healthy lifestyle after hip surgery

If there’s someone who knows how to recover from hip replacement surgery and keep up with her fitness routine, it’s Michele Lewis.

The 60-year grandmother of three has spent the past 20 years as the Director of marketing and admissions at a skilled nursing facility in Albuquerque that offers short-term rehabilitation and other services.

An avid walker before her surgery, Michele regularly walked two miles throughout her neighborhood before work. She walked even longer distances on the weekend.

Happy Holidays from Lovelace Health System

Happy Holidays from our Lovelace leadership teams. We are sending a heartfelt thank you to our staff for all they do for our patients, community, and each other throughout the year. We wish you a safe and healthy holiday season.

Getting Started with Exercise

Moving your body and staying active is important when trying to prevent diabetes. Tune in as Uva Mason, a registered dietician at Lovelace Westside Hospital, provides some tips on getting started with exercise.

Tips to Eating Well

Eating well to prevent diabetes is key! Tune in and listen to Lovelace Westside Hospital's registered dietician, Jennifer Herrera, talk more about the importance of eating well, as long as some tips to remember while making food selections.

Lovelace Celebrates 100 Years

Los Alamos patient flown to Lovelace Medical Center for life-saving surgery

When Kate Klose woke up at her Los Alamos home after sleeping 12 hours straight, she didn’t expect the pounding headache or understand the severe pain in her gut.

The 69-year-old retired filmmaker, educator and musician had just returned with her husband from a two-week vacation to visit family in Long Island and upstate New York.

Orthopedic team-based care helps patient through multiple surgeries

When Margaret Kirkes visited Lovelace Medical Group about her sore knee, little did she know she would soon meet nearly the entire staff for multiple bouts of orthopedic care.

“I can trace my knee problems back to when I was 12 and fell during skating night at my junior high school,” said Margaret, an Albuquerque widow who said her age is “on the far side of 80.”

Breast Cancer FAQ with Dr. Calvin Ridgeway

Photography, hiking and honeymoon on the horizon for double hip replacement patient

For business furniture salesman Anthony Jager, getting in and out of his car many times a day was a common occurrence. He was often traveling to universities, government offices and hospitals to introduce them to the cubicles, adjustable desks and other items he sold from his company’s product line.

So when he found it increasingly painful and difficult to get out of his car, he knew he needed to see a doctor.