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Sexual violence is any unwanted sexual contact or threat. For anyone who has experienced the trauma of sexual violation, help is available. Taos is fortunate to have compassionate, safe, free and confidential services.
Since 2011, Taos has been one of a dozen communities in New Mexico with a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) available at Holy Cross Hospital. We are the smallest community in New Mexico to have a SANE program. At Community Against Violence, we are grateful to have this free and confidential medical-forensic service available for teen and adult victims of sexual violence.
Fighting the COVID pandemic requires ingenuity and cutting edge technology. Afterall, saving lives is never easy. But for Dr. Stephen Lucero, a urologist at Holy Cross Medical Center, the qualities he has seen most in the staff at HCMC have been courage and resourcefulness. And Lucero has a very specific story in mind when it comes to showing the heroic actions of the HCMC nurses.
The Taos Police Department and Taos County EMS responded Monday afternoon around 3 p.m. Monday (Feb. 22) to a report of a woman who had fallen…
As the state braces for a potential COVID-19 medical crisis, New Mexico's rural hospitals have taken a severe financial blow and are worried about their futures under federal guidelines and a state order to forgo elective medical treatments, a primary source of their revenue.Most of New Mexico's hospitals already were suspending elective treatments with the aim of creating more bed space in intensive care units and shifting personnel to emergency teams to battle the pandemic.
My name is Melissa Martinez and my husband, Richard, and I reside in Taos. In October I had a health scare which required my admission to Holy Cross Hospital. It was very unfortunate that the medical episode was life-threatening and I was close to death. Thanks to the great staff of the facility, I am here today to express my gratitude to these individuals for saving my life.