Visiting Restrictions due to COVID-19

Visiting Restrictions due to COVID-19

March 23, 2020

As we continue to respond to the continuously changing COVID-19 situation, in accordance with guidance from the Governor and New Mexico Department of Health, we are implementing strict visitor restrictions, moving to a zero-visitor protocol.

COVID-19 Community Testing Available at MMC

COVID-19 Community Testing Available at MMC

March 21, 2020

On Sunday, March 22, 2020, Memorial Medical Center (MMC), in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Health, will offer testing to community members who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or who meet the criteria, as stated below. The testing will take place at MMC’s main hospital campus in Las Cruces at 2450 South Telshor Boulevard from 9:00am to 1:00pm, or while supplies last.

Department of Health providing Two Testing Locations

Department of Health providing Two Testing Locations

March 19, 2020

Priority screening will be provided for the following: · People experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 infection: fever, cough, or shortness of breath; · People who have traveled from Europe (to include Italy), China, Iran, South Korea, Japan, Seattle, New York City, San Francisco and Portland It is critical to know before attending these screenings that those without symptoms of COVID-19 infection do not need testing for COVID-19. We are currently in allergy season, and having allergy symptoms such as sneezing, and itchy eyes, nose or throat is not an indication for testing.

Memorial Medical Center Becomes First Milk Bank Donation Station  in Southern New Mexico

Memorial Medical Center Becomes First Milk Bank Donation Station in Southern New Mexico

March 19, 2020

Memorial is proud to partner with Human Milk Repository of New Mexico to become southern New Mexico’s first Milk Bank Donation Station. Serving as a Human Milk Donation Station and outreach center, Memorial will collect frozen breastmilk from verified donors and ship it to the Albuquerque Milk Bank for testing, pasteurization and re-distributions to NICU hospitals. The Human Milk Repository of New Mexico (HMRNM) was founded as a local option for mothers to donate their breastmilk, and to ensure that breastmilk reached the babies who are most in need.

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