Picture a couple of semitrucks hauling cargo down a highway. Do you see clouds of black smoke left in their wake?
Leaders say the pandemic drastically changed hospitals' approach to medical care — and opened up new ways of thinking that can be applied to future outbreaks and health care in general.
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Experts spoke at a virtual congressional briefing on pending legislation that would radically alter the way nuclear waste is handled and stored.
Open Medicare enrollment runs from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, but New Mexico residents can begin setting up appointments Thursday.
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Boston University researchers found that anxiety and depression rates are rising amid the coronavirus crisis in the U.S.and many therapists are overbooked.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services says its remote monitoring program makes it easier to provide treatments that can address symptoms before they become severe.
A dedicated team of hospital personnel — who volunteered for the work — care only for COVID-19 patients to minimize the risk of carrying the virus to other parts of the hospital.
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Facilities are asking patients to sign contracts preventing them and their families families from seeking a jury trial for wrongful death or negligence.
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Revised state guidelines offer suggestions for providers to evaluate services and establish requirements for levels of personal protective equipment.
Bill Patten, chief executive officer of Holy Cross, said the hospital would be offering an additional $2 an hour for eight pay periods as a "loyalty differential."
Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratory are helping with computer modeling to predict a virus surge, boosting key medical supplies, testing people for COVID-19 and even hunting for a vaccine.
About 300 employees at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center and its clinics were put on temporary leave this week for up to 90 days or more.
Without hypodermic needle exchanges, medication-assisted treatment programs and naloxone distribution and education, people would likely die.
A group of more than 100 officials and experts set up by the New Mexico Department of Health aims to stretch the capacity of the state's health care system as far as it can go during the crisis.
For the period ending March 26. To file a complaint, call the state Environment Department at 827-1840. Most of the noted violations were corrected during the inspections.
Lab personnel will ventilate one container at a time and filter the released vapors through on-site equipment to limit the amount of tritium that is discharged into the atmosphere, according to the lab's EPA application.
The state Environment Department is "extremely concerned" about the contamination unearthed on a former Los Alamos National Laboratory site and "the potential threat to human health and the environment," it said in a letter to the U.S. Department of Energy.
In only a few weeks, what was a public health crisis is now a transformative phenomenon — reshaping society on a variety of levels and changing how people interact with one another, at least in the short term.
Religious leaders from a variety of denominations have found themselves adjusting to a new reality: Many are tending to their congregations without actually seeing them.
The city of Santa Fe has implemented a "flu protocol" at its two operating recreation centers, as well as on city buses and at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.
The Santa Fe County jail has canceled all inmate visits until further notice and will conduct enhanced infectious disease medical screenings for every person booked into the facility.
The mayor, county manager, the leaders of the city's largest hospital and the superintendent of Santa Fe Public Schools acknowledge they will have to adjust on the fly.
NMAA Executive Director Sally Marquez said each team will be allowed to bring a total of 20 players, coaches and administrators to the semifinals and finals.