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12.30.2011– Health Care Facilities Have Big Goals for 2012
By Rachel Christiansen, Las Cruces Bulletin

As the future of the nation’s health care rests undecidedly in the hands of Washington’s lawmakers, pressure is now on providers to ensure quality and efficient care. Fortunately for those living in southern New Mexico, the idea of leaving the state to receive such care has become a thing of the past, thanks to a very dedicated medical community.
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2nd Annual Stroke Awareness Golf Scramble
Where: Sonoma Ranch Golf Course and Pavilion
1274 Golf Club Rd., NM 88011
When: Saturday June 11, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM


Dear Friends and Community Partners —
For the second year in a row, the Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico is hosting the Annual Stroke Awareness Golf Scramble to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke through community awareness and fundraising. There will be a full day of events including a golf scramble with varying contests and prizes throughout the day, stroke education and advocacy, and live music entertainment provided by Shane Wallin of Albuquerque, NM.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE!
• HOLE SPONSORS: For $100, you will receive a hole sign

• SPONSORSHIP LEVELS


o GOLD:
For $1000, you will receive a Team entry, Lunch for four, Hole sign, Banner, Signature Program advertisement, and Premier Co-Sponsorship advertisement including Event Website, Newspaper Ads, Email Invites

o SILVER:
For $600, you will receive a Team entry, Lunch for four, Hole sign, your Banner, and Program advertisement

o BRONZE:
For $250, you will receive a Hole sign, your Banner, and Program advertisement

- TEAMS: $75 per person or $300 per foursome, includes Golf and Lunch
Feel free to contact the Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico for more details or further questions regarding the event. Thank you for your time and consideration and we look forward to having your support in this wonderful cause!!!!

Please click the link below to register online or call 575-521-6470 to find out details for registering in person. You won't want to miss out on this great event!

Click here for Event Website

Click Here to Register Now ONLINE!




Chamber’s Leadership Class Tours Health Care Facilities

Participants of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce Leadership Las Cruces 2010 class took a tour of area health care facilities Friday, May 21, as part of Health Care Day.

Following the mini health fair, a panel of local health experts convened to talk about the state of the health care industry in Las Cruces and how each leader and their respective organization contributed to the area’s health care needs. Panelists ranged from Denton Park, CEO of MountainView Regional Medical Center, to Donna Brown, executive director of Mesilla Valley Hospice. Organizations represented on the panel included La Clinica de Familia, Mesilla Valley Hospital, Mesilla Valley Hospice, Ben Archer Health Clinics, the New Mexico Department of Public Health, The Rehab Hospital of Southern New Mexico, Advanced Care Hospital of Southern New Mexico and MountainView Regional Medical Center.
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The Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico Presents:
1st Annual Stroke Awareness Golf Scramble


On May 29, 2010, The Neuro Program Development Team at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico will be hosting the 1st Annual Stroke Awareness Golf Scramble for Stroke Awareness month to benefit National Stroke Association as well as local survivors in need of equipment and/or resources. RHSNM is dedicated to rehabilitating survivors in all aspects of living with the goal of returning home as independently as possible. During the month of May, we will increase our efforts in a mission to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke through community awareness and fundraising with this golf tournament.

Tournament Information: Teams of 4, scramble-style golf tournament with a shotgun start at 8:00AM. Entry fees will be $75 per player, or $300 per foursome and will cover course and green fees, along with lunch.

Sponsor Information: There are several ways to assist in fundraising through sponsorship opportunities including monetary donation, by sponsoring a hole/contest, or by giving non-monetary prizes for the tournament and contest holes.

Hole Sponsors: For $50, you will receive a hole sign

Sponsorship levels:
Gold: For $500, you will receive a Team entry, lunch for four, hole sign, and your banner
Silver: For $200, you will receive lunch for four, hole sign, and your banner
Bronze: For $150, you will receive a hole sign and your banner

All donations are greatly appreciated and will go far in helping to increase awareness and reduce impact of stroke in our local community.

Thank you for your time and considering our request. Please call the Rehab Hospital at (575) 521-6470 for more questions or to register or visit our website at:


http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e2v8hc557dba2c4d



RHSNM Hearts for Haiti Fundraiser

 
Caption: Salvation Army Captain Cristian Sibaja &
Captain Rebeca Sibaja Accept Check

Employees at RHSNM and ACHSNM had a week-long fundraiser to raise money for Hearts for Haiti. After an entire week of hot dog stands, burrito and donut sales, RHSNM and ACHSNM matched what the employees had raised dollar for dollar. The successful event closed with a check being presented to the Salvation Army.


Bioness Community Screening
Thursday, April 1, 2010
1pm - 5pm
For an appointment, call (575) 521-6400
www.Bioness.com


1.22.2010
A Good Year for Health Care in Southern New Mexico
Area medical facilities focus on high-quality care
By Natisha Hales, Las Cruces Bulletin, 2010 Legislative Guide



It has been an interesting year for almost every industry throughout the United States, especially health care. Controversy has swirled around health care reform and the recession, leaving much uncertainty in the field.

But one thing’s for sure in the Mesilla Valley – Las Cruces remains the health care hub for southern New Mexico, and each of its facilities have maintained quality care for Las Cruces and its surrounding areas. This year, despite budgetary shortfalls and new regulations, some medical centers have been able to expand to meet their goals of quality patient care. Click here to read full article.

06.02.2009–
Know the symptoms of stroke in New Mexico
In her job, Amy Potts sees the debilitating effects of stroke. Potts is a clinical liaison at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico in Las Cruces.

Therapists at the hospital spend much of their days working with stroke victims, helping them regain functions they have lost. Strokes range greatly in severity, from minor afflictions to complete flaccidity on one side of the body.

"We focus on recovery," Potts said. "With proper treatment and stimulation of the brain they can overcome their disability to do their daily activities. They exercise brain so other parts can take over for the damaged areas. Click here for more information. Click here for more information.


02.15.2008 –
Today, Tony Hernandez turns 39. A Las Crucen for more than three years, Hernandez is the CEO of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico, which started taking patients in January of 2005. He said his favorite part of the job is when a patient is released. Click here for more information.


04.27.2007 –
RHSNM CEO Tony Hernandez plays important role in hospital’s success. Click here for more information.

09.20.2005
RHSNM celebrates National Rehabilitation Week. Click here for more details.

06.06.2005RHSNM hosts Conductive Education program for children with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders. Click here for more information.

04.21.2005
– Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico celebrates grand opening. Click here to learn more.

02.28.2005 – Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico launches advertising campaign. Click here to view print ads and outdoor billboards.