Dr. Jason Flores is director of dental anesthesiology at the UNM Department of Dental Medicine's Ambulatory Surgical Center.
Gov. Susana Martinez, R-N.M., announces plans to seek funding for more nurse practioner and family medinice residency slots during a news conference at UNM Hospital. Dr. Paul Roth, UNM Chancellor for Health Sciences, and Dr. Carolyn Montoya, head of UNM's advanced practice nursing program, joined Martinez at the event, held on Dec. 3, 2013.
Dr. Paul B. Roth, Chancellor for Health Sciences at the University of New Mexico, speaks during a news conference at UNM Hospital, Dec. 3, 2013.
U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M., discusses toy safety during a news conference at UNM Hospital on Nov. 30, 1013. Consumer Product Safety Commission member Marietta Robinson, right, and Dr. Loretta Cordova de Ortega, chair of the UNM Department of Pediatrics, joined Udall for the event.
Sandoval Regional Medical Center Women's Health Specialists work with women to manage their healthcare. (From left to right) Yuko Komesu, M.D., Peter Jeppson, M.D. and Gena Dunivan, M.D., are part of the interdisciplinary team treating women.
Dr. Renata Pasqualini is chief of the Division of Molecular Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine at the UNM School of Medicine.
Dr. Wadih Arap is deputy director of the University of New Mexico Cancer Center.
Lindsay Winfrey, 3, thanked UNM's Dr. Jason Flores with a hand-drawn card. Flores is the director of the UNM Dental Surgical Center in Albuquerque.
Lindsay Winfrey, 3, shows off her new teeth following a procedure at the UNM Dental Surgical Center to repair damage cased by a lack of enamel.
UNM Hospital ophthalmology chief Dr. Arup Das examines patient Leo Gonzalez, who is being treated for diabetic retinopathy.
Santa Fe donor Erika Abeyta recently gave 16 handmade blankets to the UNM Hospital's Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The gifts were to commemorate what would have been the 16th birthday of Alyssa and Cortnie Abeyta, Abeyta's premature twins who died shortly after birth at Fort Riley Kansas in 1998.
Barbara Temer, assistant director of the UNM Hospitals Volunteer Office received 16 donated quilts on behalf of the NICU. The Volunteer Office coordinates such gifts and ensures that they are cleaned and prepared to hospital standards before being delivered to the NICU.