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'No ordinary day' for HSC faculty and staff taking part in disaster training

More than 150 staffers from the UNM Health Sciences Center and UNM Hospitals visited Anniston, AL, last month to train for mass casualty incidents within the state. “The number and professional diversity of our Health Sciences Center people who attended this year’s training speak volumes to everyone’s sense of duty and responsibility in caring for our community in the event of a disaster,” says Robert Perry, UNM Hospitals’ emergency preparedness manager who organized the trip. “We can always be better prepared.”

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FEMA diaster training actor

'No ordinary day' for HSC faculty and staff taking part in disaster training

May 19, 2015 — More than 150 staffers from the UNM Health Sciences Center and UNM Hospitals visited Anniston, AL, last month to train for mass casualty incidents within the state. “The number and professional diversity of our Health Sciences Center people who attended this year’s training speak volumes to everyone’s sense of duty and responsibility in caring for our community in the event of a disaster,” says Robert Perry, UNM Hospitals’ emergency preparedness manager who organized the trip. “We can always be better prepared.”

Clinic ribbon cutting in Albuquerque's North Valley

Community celebrates opening of new North Valley clinic

May 18, 2015 — The clinic, located at 3401 Fourth Street NW, is one of the UNM Health System’s biggest, featuring 22 exam rooms, a radiology suite, pharmacy and laboratory and large community meeting room. The UNM Health Sciences Center and UNM Hospitals forged valuable partnerships with the community while planning for and building the clinic. Now those partnerships are poised to grow.

UNM's BA/MD Program: a 2012 check-up

UNM’S BA/MD Program graduates 14 new docs in 2015

May 11, 2015 — UNM’s Bachelor of Arts to Medical Doctor, or BA/MD, program saw 14 UNM School of Medicine students cross the stage as new physicians this month. To date the program has graduated 24 students – eight male and 16 female.

Dr. Gary Mlady

Gary W. Mlady named chair for UNM School of Medicine radiology department

May 07, 2015 — “It’s an exciting time in health care with many new opportunities to create meaningful change,” Mlady says. “My focus will be on providing exceptional customer service to our patients and providers while building collaboration with other departments in our cutting-edge approach to patient care, research and education.”