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Embarking on a second career, Lucky Andrade entered nursing school as the oldest person in her class, but she didn’t care. She didn’t decide on nursing for the prestige or the money or even the stability; she did it because she is bursting with a need to support others.
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.
In late January, nine statewide health professions' organizations sent a letter to legislators and the governor in support of the 2021 Health Security Bill. As a Board Member of the Health Security for New Mexicans Campaign, I am pleased to share the letter with readers.
In an historic moment, more than 350 teachers and staff from Taos Municipal School District, as well as surrounding area schools, will voluntarily receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine this week.
The vaccine roll out plan, provided by the New Mexico Dept. of Health, is currently in phase 1B, where frontline and essential workers, persons of age 75 or older, and persons of age 16 or older at risk of COVID complications, and now early education and k-12 teachers are eligible to register and receive the vaccine.
By Marcia Meier
Saddle Road Press (2021, 197 pp.)
Picking through the shattered memories of being hit by a car at age 5, author Marcia Meier wonders, what is truth and what is fabrication?
With tens of thousands of doses of COVID-19 vaccine arriving at hospitals and nursing homes in New Mexico this week, and more on the way, state officials launched a new app Tuesday (Dec. 22) where residents can find out when they will be eligible and sign up for a shot.
New Mexico's newly appointed health secretary said she expects New Mexicans soon will be able to conduct their own COVID-19 tests at home.
Frontline healthcare workers at Holy Cross Medical Center became the first people in Taos County to receive shots of a COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday (Dec. 15).