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Demarest selected as UNM SRMC Chief Nursing Officer

Demarest selected as UNM SRMC Chief Nursing Officer

By Luke Frank | March 31, 2014
Pam Demarest has been selected as Chief Nursing Officer for UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center (SRMC). Demarest comes with nearly 40 years of nursing experience in community hospital settings, and most recently as executive director of Critical Care and Progressive Care at UNM Hospitals.
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HSC town hall provides legislative updates for faculty, staff

HSC town hall provides legislative updates for faculty, staff

By Cindy Foster | March 13, 2014
Newly enacted legislation will allow the expansion of nursing and medical residency programs, boost employee compensation and set the stage for adding new classrooms at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (UNM HSC), Dr. Paul Roth told employees on Wednesday.
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Team approach to primary care includes dentists

Team approach to primary care includes dentists

By Luke Frank | February 17, 2014
Poor oral health has been linked to a host of health woes, such as heart disease and diabetes, yet too many New Mexicans fail to receive routine preventive dental care. UNM and community health providers have teamed up to address this problem by ...
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On the rise: HSC research funding continues to defy national trend

On the rise: HSC research funding continues to defy national trend

By Luke Frank | February 10, 2014
Defying a continuing trend of shrinking federal research funding, the UNM Health Sciences Center’s (HSC) Office of Research has again set a new high in grant funding and contracts, pulling in a record $149.8 million last fiscal year for a wide range of high-impact research projects.
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Governor seeking $2.5 million to expand nurse practitioner, family medicine programs

Governor seeking $2.5 million to expand nurse practitioner, family medicine programs

By Michael Haederle | December 03, 2013
Gov. Susana Martinez has announced she will seek nearly $2.5 million in new funding to expand nurse practitioner and family medicine residency slots to help meet a rapidly growing demand for healthcare. If approved, much of the money would go to expand existing programs at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, home to the UNM School of Medicine and College of Nursing.
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