Who, what, where, when & why should you or your employees be tested. A Facebook live forum with Holy Cross Medical Center from Monday, July 27th.
Rebecca Ciletti, a native of Colorado, is very happy to be living in Taos after spending many years in New York City as a travel writer and comedian. Rebecca graduated with a Bachelors of Business Administration from Saint Mary’s College at Notre Dame, and has worked in the Infection Prevention and Patient Access departments over […]
All Holy Cross Employees and Medical Staff: Throughout our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, every employee has helped in her or his own special way. Some changed their work schedules to provide needed coverage. Some took on new duties including helping to screen patients and employees as they entered the building. Some worked directly with […]
Steven Morrison, Social Worker Steven was instrumental and dedicated in finding appropriate placement for two for the most difficult social discharges we have had. Both patient’s physical co-morbidities, complex social and financial constraints and other issues made placement practically impossible. The placements were extremely difficult with multiple skilled nursing facilities declining admission citing, ‘the patient […]
As you know, the spring is usually a very busy time for Cancer Support Services preparing for our annual fundraiser,“For the Health of It.” Due to COVID-19, we were unable to host a large gathering this year for the 10th Anniversary of our event. However, we organized a “virtual” walk that we thought would be […]
Effective July 26, 2020, Sue Romansky will be the new Vice-president of Physician Practices. In this role Sue will be responsible for all aspects of our employed medical staff practices; both outpatient and inpatient. Over the next month or so, Sue will meet with all the practitioners and all the clinic staff to learn first-hand […]
By Colleen Durocher, ROAMS Executive Director The health and wellness of a woman is critical to achieving safe outcome for her and her baby. Access to care is vital because it allows providers to identify, treat, and stabilize chronic conditions; address behavioral health needs; and plan for a healthy and intentional pregnancy. The Rural Ob […]
In early April, David was asked by the New Mexico Dept. of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, which is in charge of the State Emergency Operations Center or “NM EOC”, if he would like to come to NMEOC in Santa Fe in support of the State’s response to the COVID-19. After his first shift, he […]