Memorial Minute - October 30, 2020

Memorial Minute - October 30, 2020

October 30, 2020

We are excited to announce Angela Frietze, CRNA, as the Chief Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) at Memorial Medical Center (MMC). Angela worked in a variety of hospitals and anesthesia settings over the past ten years. She served as a Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve, and worked as a CRNA in Colorado before moving to New Mexico. She has experience practicing in both independent and collaborative anesthesia settings. Angela is a leader within the state of New Mexico, serving on the New Mexico Association of Nurse Anesthetists Board of Directors and is the current president-elect. We welcome Angela to the MMC Leadership team.

MMC Respiratory Therapist Honored with National PHIL Award

MMC Respiratory Therapist Honored with National PHIL Award

October 29, 2020

Memorial Medical Center (MMC) leadership and team members on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020, recognized Respiratory Therapist Sebastian Suarez with the PHIL Award, the only nationally recognized hospital-based recognition program dedicated to honoring outstanding respiratory therapists who provide exemplary care and treatment for patients with respiratory illnesses. Candidates are nominated by patients, family members and other caregivers.

Memorial Heroes: Isaac Sanchez, Patient Account Specialist

Memorial Heroes: Isaac Sanchez, Patient Account Specialist

October 23, 2020

I followed in my mom footsteps as she has worked in healthcare since I was a child. I love helping people and I enjoy learning new things from others as it makes me a better person. I can then be more efficient and resourceful to others in the healthcare field and provide better quality care for patients and staff.

An Hour That Could Impact a Lifetime

An Hour That Could Impact a Lifetime

October 22, 2020

Our daily schedules can be tough to juggle. Especially when there is that “one more thing” to try and fit in. Especially now, when we have a new set of COVID-19-related challenges to navigate, like video work calls, shifting school schedules and more. But if you’re a woman age 40 or older, there’s one extra thing you should make time for – an annual mammogram. It’s one hour, once a year, that could save your life.

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