Thirty-five million adults in the United States are affected by chronic kidney disease (CKD), including 17 percent of Native Americans in the Southwest.
Pendergast New Boys & Girls Club President
May 09, 2007
May 10, 2007 Contact: Lauren Cruse, 272-3690 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ALBUQUERQUE , N.M. – University of New Mexico Hospital Human Resources Administrator Jim Pendergast was selected as the new president of the Boys and Girls Club of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. Pendergast has been at UNMH for five years. The Boys and Girls Club has been in Albuquerque since the 1950s and strives to provide a positive environment where youth can develop personal values and learn through supervised social, recreational and educational programs. Pendergast has been involved with the Boys and Girls Club for the past four years. He started his involvement as a volunteer basketball coach, then served as board member. Pendergast was vice president last year and will hold the presidency position for the next two years. His main goal as president is to refurbish the much needed Old Town Boys and Girls Club. Pendergast received his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Canisius College in Buffalo, New York, and his master’s from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Currently, Pendergast stays active in the local community by coaching the varsity girl’s basketball team at East Mountain Charter High School. For more information on Pendergast, call 272-3322.
The University of New Mexico Hospital’s Midwifery Practice has received a Triple Aim Best Practice recognition from the American College of Nurse Midwives.
As a means of supporting faculty and learners at the UNM School of Medicine in providing the highest quality medical care, the new Office of Professional Wellbeing (OPW) will provide initiatives that improve efficiency of practice, enhance a culture of wellness, and promote personal resiliency.