30 Minutes a Day Can Help Keep Heart Disease Away

30 Minutes a Day Can Help Keep Heart Disease Away

February 2, 2020

Did you know that exercising as little as 30 minutes each day can improve your heart health and quality of life? It can even be simple activities that are easier to incorporate into your schedule, like taking your dog for a jog, tossing a ball with your kids, dancing with friends or walking. According to the American Heart Association, walking is the simplest positive change you can make to improve your heart health. Here’s why:

Welcome to 29 Days of Heart Health

Welcome to 29 Days of Heart Health

February 1, 2020

This February marks not only American Heart Month, but another leap year. That means an extra day to enjoy quality time with family and friends. An extra day to chase after your 2020 goals. And an extra day to focus on your heart health. Because, while leap year adds an extra day to the calendar, staying focused on maintaining good heart health can help add years to your life. So, welcome to the 29 Days of Heart Health.

Achieving the Dream

Achieving the Dream

January 29, 2020

UTEP offered Betsy Bañuelos the services and support she needed to become the first student who is deaf to graduate from the Clinical Laboratory Sciences (CLS) program in 2016. Today, she is the first hearing-impaired microbiology supervisor at Memorial Medical Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and the hospital’s only employee who is unable to hear.

Growing to Greatness: Our Next Generation of Nurse Leaders

Growing to Greatness: Our Next Generation of Nurse Leaders

January 21, 2020

New Mexico Organization of Nurse Leaders (NMONL) will be hosting their spring conference for emerging leaders including current Nursing leaders. It is an educational conference and networking event hosted February 6-7, 2020 in Albuquerque, NM

New Mexico Nurse Practitioner Council Recognizes Memorial Director as a NP Leader for New Mexico

New Mexico Nurse Practitioner Council Recognizes Memorial Director as a NP Leader for New Mexico

January 17, 2020

Melissa is from Las Cruces, New Mexico. She graduated from New Mexico State University with a BSN in 2004 and earned her DNP-FNP there in 2017. Currently, she specializes in wound care. She’s the Inpatient Director and main provider for Wound Care at Memorial Medical Center. She also makes rounds at local skilled nursing facilities providing wound care for residents.

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