Health in Ruidoso, NM

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Value-based arrangements with full risk are not years in the future. They are already here.

In an ongoing effort to help kids with congenital heart defects, Lexiam Heart Foundation is dedicated to supporting families affected by congenital heart defects, or C-H-D.

Until recently, patients had to travel out of state to obtain this surgery

Oolong tea reduces health issues like heart disease, inflammatory disorders, and high cholesterol levels, and provides vital antioxidants, promotes superior bone structure

Many medical conditions, such as those listed below, can affect your hearing health. Treatment of these and other hearing losses can often lead to improved or restored hearing.

Dale Maxwell, who has been with Presbyterian Healthcare Services for 16 years, has been named the organization's new president and CEO. Maxwell, who has been interim CEO since the departure of Jim Hinton late last…

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Presbyterian Healthcare Services will open its 13th primary care clinic in the metro area on Monday. The 26,000-square-foot clinic at 4588 Paradise NW, which cost $8.8 million to build, is a multi-purpose facility. It not…

Nusenda Credit Union and KOAT-TV have partnered to support the “KOAT 7 School Supply Drive” in New Mexico.

Brandon Fryar has been named president of Presbyterian Health Plan, replacing Lisa Farrell Lujan who will work on business expansion in other states, Presbyterian Healthcare Services has announced. Fryar, a certified public accountant, joined Presbyterian…

A new device and procedure now offered at the Heart Center at Presbyterian Medical Center may be a stroke risk reduction alternative to taking blood thinners for patients who have the most common form of…

Presbyterian Healthcare Services has hired MedeAnalytics to mine its information mother lode to support its business goals. The eight-hospital healthcare organization, which includes a statewide health plan and multi-specialty physician group, said that California-based MedeAnalytics…

The U.S. Army remembers June 6, 1944: The World War II D-Day invasion of Normandy, France.

Albuquerque, N.M.-based Presbyterian Healthcare Services has entered into a strategic agreement with MedeAnalytics to improve the health system's clinical and financial performance.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — When Arthur Vall-Spinosa got out of medical school in the 1960s, all the doctors were being drafted. He had a choice between the Army and the Indian Health Service, and the decis

The New Mexico Prescription Trails web site will help you find some of the best park and trail walking and wheelchair rolling paths in the state!

Website of Albuquerque, New Mexico Mayor Richard J. Berry and Maria Berry's annual Charity Ball.

Jason Mitchell was contributed to Becker's Hosiptal Review's list of "50 states of population health"

The Heart Center at Presbyterian Hospital has become the first facility in New Mexico to offer cardiac patients a new, less invasive option to get a leaky valve fixed. A surgical team implanted MitraClips for…

Hospital staff were testing new systems, construction crews were tinkering and the smell of new furnishings was in the air Wednesday afternoon at Presbyterian Rust Medical Center as 13 patients were getting ready to inaugurate…

Eating fresh fruits and vegetables is healthy and delicious. If you tend to eat quite a few veggies and fruits, you may notice that you often have loads of peelings left over. While you could always simply throw those peels away, there are better uses for them, some of them which may...

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Presbyterian Healthcare Services and UnitedHealthcare are launching an accountable care organization (ACO) to improve care coordination and enhance health services for more than 12,300 New Mexico residents enrolled in UnitedHealthcare’s employer-sponsored health plans.

Fayetteville, North Carolina, emergency dispatcher Marilyn Hinson responds to Clarence Blackmon’s plea for assistance with a trip to the grocery store.