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Hospitals of Providence to host recruitment events for Registered Nurses, Patient Care Technicians

Officials with the Hospitals of Providence say that they are hiring, and will begin hosting recruitment events around the city starting this week.

“If you or someone you know is ready to start their career with The Hospitals of Providence network, (they) need to make plans to attend the Walk-In Wednesdays Recruitment Events this October…” hospital officials shared via a news release.

The Hospitals of Providence will host recruitment events in October for qualified walk-in applicants, and they offer competitive pay and benefit packages.

The Registered Nurse and Patient Care Technician recruitment events will be held every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at all The Hospitals of Providence campuses.

Walk-In Wednesdays Recruitment Events  |  Every Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

  • October 16, 2019:      The Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus   |   1625 Medical Center Drive
  • October 23, 2019:      The Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus  |   2000 Transmountain Road
  • October 30, 2019:      The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus   |   2001 North Oregon

Qualified applicants may also apply online. For questions call (915) 577-8140.

Hospitals of Providence celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month with Mammo Events

Officials with the Hospitals of Providence announced that their network would celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month with mammogram events all month long to encourage women to get their exam and the importance of early detection.

“Knowing how busy women are in their daily lives, the breast imaging centers are offering extended weekday hours, as well as Saturday hours to ensure women have time to get this important exam done,” officials shared via a news release.

The Imaging Center Trawood, 2400 Trawood St.; Imaging Center West, 601 Sunland Park Dr.; and The Breast and Women’s Health Center East, 3270 Joe Battle Blvd. will offer $60 breast screenings and $130 3D imaging during mammo events.

The Hospitals of Providence Imaging Center West is one of 24 hospitals in the state of Texas to be certified by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) offering comprehensive care that has met or exceeded the quality of care for breast centers.

Who/What:           Mammos on Mondays (Extended hours until 7 p.m. each Monday in Oct)

                                    The Hospitals of Providence Breast & Women’s Health Center East

                                    3270 Joe Battle Blvd. Suite 340-B El Paso, TX 79936

 

Who/What:          Ladies that Latte (Saturday, October 12th 7:30am-12:30pm)

                                    The Hospitals of Providence Imaging Center West

                                    601 Sunland Park Drive El Paso, TX  79912

                                    The Hospitals of Providence Breast & Women’s Health Center East

                                    3270 Joe Battle Blvd. Suite 340-B El Paso, TX 79936

                                    The Hospitals of Providence Imaging Center Trawood

                                    2400 Trawood Suite 100 El Paso, TX  79936

 

Who/What:           Mammos ’til Midnight (Friday, October 25th)

                                    The Hospitals of Providence Imaging Center West

                                    601 Sunland Park Drive El Paso, TX  79912

Appointments are available by calling (833) 714-8239.

Hospitals of Providence unveils new Montwood Emergency Room

The Hospitals of Providence welcomed their newest addition The Hospitals of Providence Emergency Room Montwood to its growing network of healthcare facilities in the El Paso region.

The Hospitals of Providence Emergency Room Montwood will officially open at midnight, October 1, at 1890 George Dieter – at the intersection of George Dieter and Montwood.

“We are excited to provide our community with another access point so our patients and families can receive the care they need close to home,” said Allie Lozano, regional chief executive officer for Emerus.

The latest addition to The Hospitals of Providence network is in partnership with Emerus, the nation’s leading developer of micro-hospitals.  The Hospitals of Providence Emergency Room Montwood will provide patients easy accessibility to 24-hour emergency care with nine private treatment rooms.

“We have always had, and will continue to have, a commitment to meet the needs of the communities we serve,” said Nicholas Tejeda, group chief executive officer for The Hospitals of Providence.

The ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Thursday, September 26, 2019.

Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus awarded advanced Certification for Total Hip, Total Knee Replacement

Officials with the Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus announced Thursday that they had received the Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement by The Joint Commission. 

“The Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement recognizes the Sierra Campus’ commitment to provide our orthopedic patients the high-quality care they deserve,” said Dr. Alvaro Hernandez, board certified orthopedic surgeon and chief of staff for The Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus.

“This certification recognizes the comprehensive level of care provided to patients undergoing a total hip or total knee replacement.  Our goal is to get our patients back to the activities they are passionate about with minimal downtime.”

According to hospital officials, the Sierra Campus is the first hospital in El Paso to hold this certification and was awarded it after the hospital demonstrated its commitment to quality, consistency and safety of their services and patient care.

“I am incredibly proud of our team for being the first in El Paso to achieve this certification,” said Rob J. Anderson, chief executive officer for The Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus.  “The Sierra Campus is committed to providing the highest standards of care and best possible outcomes for our total joint patients.”

The Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement Certification recognizes the advanced standards of care during a total hip and total knee replacement, to include transitions of care from the pre-surgical orthopedic consultation to the intraoperative, and post-surgical orthopedic follow-up care.

According to the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 15 million people in the United States are living with severe joint pain.

To find out more about orthopedic services the Sierra Campus offers, click here visit their website.

Hospitals of Providence earn Gold Plus, Silver Plus awards for Stroke Care

The Hospitals of Providence is being recognized by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for the stroke care they provide to the area.

According to THOP officials, th Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award was earned by East Campus, Sierra Campus and Transmountain Campus and Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award by Memorial Campus.

“The Hospitals of Providence are committed to providing the highest level of care and treatment to stroke patients,” said Nicholas Tejeda, Group Chief Executive Officer for The Hospitals of Providence. “When you’re having a stroke, where you go and how fast you get there is critical.”

The Hospitals of Providence earned this recognition by meeting specific quality achievement measures for the diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients at a set level for a designated period.

These include evaluation of the proper use of medications and other stroke treatments aligned with the most up-to-date, evidence-based guidelines with the goal of speeding recovery and reducing death and disability for stroke patients. Before discharge, patients should also receive education on managing their health, get a follow-up visit scheduled, as well as other care transition interventions.

According to the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, stroke is the No. 5 cause of death and a leading cause of adult disability in the United States.

On average, someone in the U.S. suffers a stroke every 40 seconds and nearly 795,000 people suffer a new or recurrent stroke each year.

“We are pleased to recognize The Hospitals of Providence for their commitment to stroke care,” said Lee H. Schwamm, M.D., national chairperson of the Quality Oversight Committee and Executive Vice Chair of Neurology, Director of Acute Stroke Services, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. “Research has shown that hospitals adhering to clinical measures through the Get With The Guidelines quality improvement initiative can often see fewer readmissions and lower mortality rates.”

In addition to this achievement, Sierra Campus was also recognized for stroke treatment in 2018, by receiving its Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification, the highest level of stroke certification available.   Comprehensive Stroke Centers offer state-of-the-art infrastructure, staff and training to receive and treat patients with the most complex strokes.

Hospitals of Providence RN Spring Hiring Event will feature four job fairs during April

The Hospitals of Providence is hiring, and will be hosting four events throughout the month of April at their various locations.

“If you or someone you know is ready to start their career with The Hospitals of Providence network, there are several Registered Nurse positions available, which offer competitive pay and exceptional benefits,” hospital officials shared via a news release.

The Hospitals of Providence’s competitive benefits package includes a 401(k) savings plan; medical, vision, dental and life insurance after 31 days of employment; paid time off; online educational program; tuition reimbursement; student loan repayment program; and an employee stock purchase plan.

Interested applicants can attend one of the four RN hiring events in April or apply online by going to TheHospitalsOfProvidence.com and clicking on “Careers.”

The Spring Job Fairs will take place at all four The Hospitals of Providence campuses in El Paso.

  • 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 10: The Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus, 2000 Transmountain Rd., will hold a job fair in Conference Rooms A and B. Registered Nurses positions are available in Emergency, ICU, Med Surg, Telemetry, Surgical Services, Cath Lab, and Labor and Delivery.
  • 4-8 p.m. Thursday, April 11: The Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus will hold a job fair at Electric Cactus, 4935 N. Mesa St. Registered Nurses positions are available in ICU and Neuro ICU, PCU, Medical, Surgical Ortho and Emergency.
  • 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 17: The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus will hold a job fair at Electric Cactus, 4935 N. Mesa St. Registered Nurses positions are available in ICU, Med/Onc, Pediatrics, PCU, Surgical Services, Cath Lab, Emergency, 4-West and Labor and Delivery.
  • 4-8 p.m. Thursday, April 18: The Hospitals of Providence East Campus, 3280 Joe Battle Blvd. will hold a job fair in the Rock Café. Registered Nurses positions are available in Med/Onc, Emergency, ICU, Telemetry L&D, Cath Lab and Transitional Care.

Hospitals of Providence East Campus Achieves ‘Level III Trauma Center’ Designation

The Hospitals of Providence East Campus announced Thursday that it has been designated as an Advanced Level III Trauma Center by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

“We are excited to have achieved this honor,” said Dr. Alex Olsen, MD, Trauma Medical Director for The Hospitals of Providence East Campus.  “This has been a multi-year journey and a true collaboration among physicians and staff, as well as our dedicated Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers to achieve this accomplishment.”

A Major Level III Trauma Center brings together a number of resources that benefit trauma patients, including 24/7 immediate coverage by emergency medicine physicians and the prompt availability of general surgeons and anesthesiologists.

Level III Trauma Centers can provide prompt assessment, resuscitation, emergency operations, and stabilization and also arrange for transfer to a facility that can provide definitive trauma care when needed.

“We are proud to be advancing the care we provide our patients in East El Paso,” said Monica Vargas-Mahar, CEO for The Hospitals of Providence East Campus.  “Our goal is to provide our patients the high-quality care they deserve close to home.  This designation is a true reflection of the dedication that each team member shows every day to provide our patients and their families with the best care.”

In addition to this achievement, East Campus was recently recognized with a grade “A” for patient safety by Leapfrog Group, for the 13th consecutive scoring period.  The network also announced the expansion of ER services with The Hospitals of Providence Emergency Room Edgemere.

“Trauma programs such as these have shown to decrease lengths of stay, reduce complications and provide better patient outcomes,” said Olsen.

The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus is also under active pursuit of Level III Trauma designation.  For more information, visit their website

Hospitals of Providence Offers new “Hidden Scar” Surgery for Breast Cancer Reconstruction

The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus has been recognized as a Hidden Scar Center for Hidden Scar Breast Cancer Surgery.

Officials share that the Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus is the first in El Paso to perform this advanced approach to breast cancer surgery that hides scars, minimizing the daily emotional reminder of a breast cancer diagnosis.

The procedure expands options for women with a procedure that effectively treats the cancer, while optimizing cosmetic results.

“A breast cancer diagnosis is difficult enough,” said Dr. Mark Landeros, MD, General Surgeon.  “It’s important that our patients know they have options to not only treat breast cancer, but to do so with a less invasive, non-transforming surgery.  Hidden Scar allows us to treat the breast cancer, while preserving the natural shape of the breast, leaving no scar or visible reminder.”

Hidden Scar Breast Cancer Surgery allows surgeons to remove the cancerous tissue through a single incision made in a hidden area, preserving the natural shape of the breast while reducing visible scarring. Patients who undergo this approach experience optimal clinical and cosmetic outcomes, and are at no higher risk of recurrence than patients who undergo any other surgical technique.

“We are proud to be advancing Breast Cancer Services for the El Paso community,” said Nicholas Tejeda, Market Chief Executive Officer for The Hospitals of Providence.  “It’s important that our patients have options while going through this difficult cancer journey and are able to get back to their life with the same confidence as before.”

Five-year survival rates for breast cancer are high. As such, survivorship is becoming increasingly important. Scars have a significant impact on Survivorship in that they impact the survivors’ body image, intimacy, confidence and mental health.

Each year, approximately 253,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer that requires surgery. Many women are unaware of all the surgical options available, including less invasive approaches that can help restore their self-image and allow them to begin the emotional healing process.

For more information, visit the Hospitals of Providence website.

Hospitals of Providence Unveils Breast & Women’s Health Center East

The Hospitals of Providence welcomed the new Breast & Women’s Health Center East to its growing network of healthcare facilities in the El Paso region with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

“The Hospitals of Providence Breast & Women’s Health Center East brings even more state-of-the-art health services and technology to far East El Paso,” said Monica Vargas-Mahar, Market Chief Operating Officer for The Hospitals of Providence and Chief Executive Officer for East Campus.

“By providing the newest technology, we’re offering our patients the benefit of more accurate cancer detection and lower call-back rates for routine screenings, which helps lessen the anxiety and worry they may have cancer.”

Officials with Breast & Women’s Health Center East will now offer El Pasoans “the newest cutting-edge digital technology, 3D mammography, providing clearer images to further improve the precision of breast cancer diagnoses.”

The center will also offer bone density exams, ultrasounds, stereotactic breast biopsies and ultrasound breast biopsies, at a convenient eastside location.

Members of the community joined The Hospitals of Providence leadership team, as well as physicians and staff, during the ribbon cutting ceremony, held on Thursday, January 24, 2019.

The Hospitals of Providence Breast & Women’s Health Center East, located at 3270 Joe Battle Boulevard, Suite 340-B.

Two Hospitals of Providence CEOs Honored With National Recognition as Women Leaders

On Monday, officials with the Hospitals of Providence announced that two of its hospital CEOs have been nationally recognized as women leaders in the healthcare industry.

Monica Vargas-Mahar and Tasha Hopper were named to the Becker’s Hospital Review 2018 list of “Women Hospital and Healthcare Leaders to Know”.

As Becker’s notes, “These women are hospital and health system executives for institutions across the nation. These leaders face the challenges of running healthcare organizations head-on. Many wear multiple hats within their health system to promote organizational growth and drive innovation.”

Monica Vargas-Mahar serves as the Market Chief Operating Officer for The Hospitals of Providence and the Chief Executive Officer for the East Campus.

As Market COO, she oversees operations for the entire network in the El Paso area. As CEO of the East Campus, she successfully guided the hospital to achieve the advancement of its trauma designation to a Level 3 emergency room. Vargas-Mahar was also instrumental in helping both the Sierra Campus and East Campus receive a Grade “A” by Leapfrog for patient safety.

Tasha Hopper serves as Chief Executive Officer for The Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus. Having begun her career as a Labor and Delivery nurse at the Memorial Campus, she has made a difference and inspired those around her as she’s persevered and served in several capacities to include Director of Nursing, Assistant Chief Nursing Officer, Associate Administrator, Chief Operating Officer and now Chief Executive Officer of the Transmountain Campus.

As the hospital’s first employee, Hopper oversaw the Transmountain Campus’ $120 million construction and has continued to oversee its development, operations and growth since opening its doors in January 2017.

Via a news release, THoP Officials added, “Both Vargas-Mahar and Hopper are inspirational and compassionate leaders, determined to make a difference in healthcare and in the El Paso community.”

Becker’s Hospital Review selected 143 women to its list of hospital and health system leaders to know. They were selected to the list for their success in helping to achieve financial, operational and clinical goals; as well as, contributing to the culture of innovation and transformation valued by The Hospitals of Providence and its staff, patients and the community.

Hospitals of Providence East, Sierra Campus Receive “A” for Patient Safety

The Hospitals of Providence East Campus and Sierra Campus earned a grade “A” in a recent national safety study conducted by Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit healthcare ratings organization.

“It is a tremendous accomplishment to receive two grade “A’s” and a true testament of our team’s dedication to provide our patients the care they deserve in a safe environment,” said Nicholas Tejeda, Market CEO for The Hospitals of Providence. “This achievement takes great collaboration from each team member to ensure every element of care is held to the highest of standards. We are incredibly proud of their commitment to safe patient care.”

As part of the national safety study, Leapfrog Group scores hospitals on how safe patients are kept from errors, injuries, accidents, and infections. Scores are graded on a scale from A – F, based on 27 process and outcome measures of hospital data.

The Hospitals of Providence East Campus and Sierra Campus were among 750 hospitals nationally recognized as an “A” for efforts in protecting patients and meeting high safety standards.

Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades are updated every spring and fall following assessments of publically available data for more than 2,500 hospitals across the country. Leapfrog is considered the gold standard for measuring patient care and safety.

“We are proud to see a grade “A” for the 13th consecutive scoring period for East Campus,” said Monica Vargas-Mahar, CEO of The Hospitals of Providence East Campus and Market COO for The Hospitals of Providence.

“Our team is passionate about the care they provide our patients and ensuring it is provided with the highest and safest standards of quality. To have our Sierra Campus also join this prestigious list is an incredible accomplishment for our network.”

To see full grade rating for The Hospitals of Providence East Campus and Sierra Campus, and to access patient tips for staying safe in the hospital this website.

Hospitals of Providence Expands, Acquires Neighbors Emergency Center in East El Paso

Officials with the Hospitals of Providence announced Thursday day the acquisition of the off-campus Neighbors Emergency Center located at Edgemere and Loop 375, in east El Paso.

“We have seen tremendous growth here in east El Paso,” said Monica Vargas-Mahar, Chief Executive Officer for The Hospitals of Providence East Campus and Market Chief Operating Officer for The Hospitals of Providence.

“We are excited to provide our community with another access point so that our patients and families can get the care they need close to home.”

The Hospitals of Providence Emergency Room Edgemere officially opened its doors November 8, 2018.   The facility provides 24-hour emergency care in east El Paso with seven private treatment rooms, including one designated for the care of children.

The emergency room offers specially trained ER nurses and physicians on-site at all times and is equipped to provide emergency services, diagnostic imaging and lab services.

“We look forward to growing with our community and providing the highest quality of care,” said Vargas-Mahar.

This facility is located at 12011 Edgemere Boulevard. To learn more about The Hospitals of Providence, visit their website.

Hospitals of Providence Observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Reduced Exam Fees

As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Hospitals of Providence are doing all they can to celebrate breast cancer survivors and raise awareness throughout the El Paso community about prevention and treatment.

In addition to offering $60 mammograms throughout October, The Hospitals of Providence Imaging Center East and West will host events to make preventative care convenient and fun.

Also, officials will host a Facebook live,real-time Q & A with a certified Breast Cancer Navigator. Tune in on October 2 at noon on The Hospitals of Providence Facebook page.

October Breast Cancer Awareness events:

To schedule your appointment cal1: 577-8421(West) or 577-8139 (East)

Mammos Until Midnight

WHAT:           Sometimes it’s hard to escape the workday for an appointment, so this event is here to make mammograms available until midnight. Enjoy music, refreshments and more.

WHEN:           5:30 p.m. to midnight Friday, October 5, 2018

WHERE:         The Hospitals of Providence Imaging Center West, 601 Sunland Park Drive

 

Lattes & Ladies

WHAT:           Join The Hospitals of Providence at two locations for a morning of lattes, treats, mammos and more!

WHEN:           7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturday, October 13, 2018

WHERE:         The Hospitals of Providence Imaging Center West, 601 Sunland Park Drive

                        The Hospitals of Providence Imaging Center East, 2400 Trawood Drive, Suite 100

Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus Receives Advanced Certification for Comprehensive Stroke Center

On Wednesday it was announced that the Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus, had earned recognition as meeting the guidelines required for treatment of the most serious stroke events.

“Being designated a Comprehensive Stroke Center is a monumental achievement for the Sierra Campus,” said Nicholas Tejeda, Market Chief Executive Officer for The Hospitals of Providence.  “We are absolutely committed to providing the highest level of care and treatment to stroke patients – patients who could be our neighbors, friends and family.  I commend every member of our dedicated team for their steadfast focus to delivering the care that enabled the Sierra Campus to earn this designation.”

The Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification, granted by the accrediting agency DNV, recognizes hospitals that have met specific metrics in the full spectrum of stroke care including, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and education.

Officials with the hospital share that Comprehensive Stroke Centers offer state-of-the-art infrastructure, staff and training to receive and treat patients with the most complex strokes.  Being recognized as a Comprehensive Stroke Center is the highest level of stroke certification available.

“When a stroke occurs, where you go and how fast you get there matters.  Having trained specialists on-site, 24/7 with the expertise to treat the most complex of stroke cases, ensures better outcomes for our patients and their recovery.” said Dr. Rakesh Khatri, Assistant Professor in the department of Neurology at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, specializing in Vascular Neurology and Interventional Neurology and current Medical Director for Comprehensive Stroke Services at Sierra Campus.

“This has been a result of tremendous collaboration among multiple disciplines and a vision to improve stroke care in the community.”

Strokes are the fifth leading cause of death in America and a leading cause of adult disability as noted by The National Stroke Association. Stroke is a brain attack occurring when blood flow to the brain is cut off, causing brain cells to be deprived of oxygen and begin to die.  A stroke can cause permanent loss of speech, movement, and memory.

The Sierra Campus offers a comprehensive program to provide and care for stroke patients through the entire treatment plan.  From the time a stroke patient arrives in the emergency room, a dedicated team is ready to begin life-saving care.

The Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit provides stroke patients with advanced rehabilitative care and expertise to promote recovery and increase functionality.

Additionally, the Sierra Campus continuously offers stroke prevention education to the community through various community events and hosts a Stroke Support Group for caregivers and survivors the second Wednesday of every month.

In addition to its certification for comprehensive stroke, Sierra Campus was recently recognized with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.  The Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit also celebrated the accreditation by the Commission Accreditation of Rehab Facilities (CARF).

To learn more about stroke care and services available, visit the Hospitals of Providence website.

Hospitals of Providence Introduce Obstetric Hospitalist Program

On Thursday, officials with the Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus introduced the Obstetric Hospitalist Program for expectant moms.

“Having an OB Hospitalist Program elevates the level of care for expectant moms, by having specialists on-site, whenever an OB concern or emergency presents itself,” said Dr. Jose Aun, Lead Obstetrician-Gynecologist for The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus OB Hospitalist Program.

“We are here to serve as the extra level of care during emergency situations when the expectant mom’s OB is not readily available.  We want to ensure pregnant women arriving to our emergency room are able to be seen and treated quickly by an obstetrician for the safety of both mom and baby.”

The Obstetric (OB) Hospitalist Program promotes a higher quality of care by offering 24/7 in-house obstetrical and emergency room coverage by Board Certified OB physicians, providing optimal treatment for women who present to the hospital with obstetric concerns or emergencies.

Additional benefits of the program include decreased wait times and the ability for expectant moms, greater than 20 weeks gestation, to be immediately assessed and cared for in the emergency room, improving patient safety in part by preventing unattended deliveries.

“Our goal is to help ease anxiety and fears for women who present to the hospital with an obstetric concern or emergency,” said Dr. Aun.  “Programs such as these, attribute to more favorable outcomes by improving patient safety in part by expediting emergency treatment and preventing unattended deliveries.”

In addition to the Obstetric Hospitalist Program, Memorial Campus offers a Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), providing the highest level of care designated in the state of Texas, for premature or critically ill babies.

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