Lovelace Women’s Hospital nationally recognized as a Best Maternity Care Hospital by Newsweek


ALBUQUERQUE – September 23, 2020 – Lovelace Women’s Hospital was named to Newsweek’s 2020 list of Best Maternity Care Hospitals. The distinction recognizes facilities that have excelled in providing care to mothers, newborns and their families, as verified by the 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Survey. Best Maternity Care Hospitals is part of Newsweek’s Best Health Care series, powered by data from The Leapfrog Group.

Why do babies cry?

Should I let my baby “cry it out?”

Safe Sleep

This is never an easy topic. SIDS, or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, is when an infant one year or younger dies an unexplained death during sleep. There is nobody to blame for this type of death, but there are safe sleep guidelines that do reduce the risk of SIDS. Newborns can sleep up to 16 hours a day, so they spend much of their time sleeping. They sleep in three to four hour increments and need to eat often, but added all together, they sleep most of the day. It is important to keep the sleeping area for your baby as safe as possible.

Power to the Pump

The journey of breastfeeding looks different for every family. Certain circumstances require moms to pump more often, or place of, skin-to-skin feedings. If you find yourself in this boat, we share words of wisdom from your collaborative fellow pumpers:

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Lovelace Medical Group primacy clinics earn Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition from NCQA


ALBUQUERQUE, September 2, 2020 –– Lovelace Medical Group’s primary care clinics have completed the National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Re-recognition, exemplifying our commitment to the delivery of high-quality care with evidence-based, nationally recognized clinical standards of care. The PCMH guiding principles have been the model for care delivery at Lovelace Medical Group (LMG) since 2016, when LMG was first received PCMH recognition.

Health vs. Wellness

Aren’t health and wellness the same thing? Actually, no. Health and wellness are not the same, but they do complement one another. It is similar to how your body and mind are linked. How you treat your body affects your mental health and how you think affects what happens to your body. Health, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

Lovelace Medical Group Signs Agreement to Acquire


Contact: Whitney Marquez
Lovelace Health System
Phone: 505.727.5503

Lovelace Medical Group Signs Agreement to Acquire Head & Neck Surgeons of New Mexico
Top Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) practice adds to Lovelace’s comprehensive services

Loving Yourself

Loving yourself is vital; whether you are in a relationship, wishing you were, or satisfied with simply you. Are there risks with loving others? Absolutely.  If you first, love yourself, your current and future relationships will be able to thrive that much more. It sounds easy enough, but unfortunately, many of us tend to fall short of loving ourselves. We are inclined to be more critical of ourselves than anyone else is. Sometimes we give everything to others, help others and put ourselves last. We are social beings, so it is natural to be nurturing, caring and loving to others.