• January 20, 2021

Tags : Hospitals of Providence

Gallery+Story: Hospitals celebrate first babies of 2021

The new year featured new arrivals for a couple of Borderland families, as the Hospitals of Providence (THOP) and Las Palmas Del Sol (LPDS) celebrated the first babies of the new year. At THOP’s Memorial Campus, Isabelle January Morales made her way into the world, arriving at exactly the stroke of midnight on New Year’s […]Read More

Hospitals of Providence earn top grade in Patient Safety Score

On Tuesday, several hospitals within The Hospitals of Providence received an “A” rating in The Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2020 Safety Score. Officials with the group said the scores demonstrated the healthcare network’s ongoing commitment to delivering “safe, high-quality patient care across the entire region.” The hospitals honored were The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus, Sierra […]Read More

Access Physicians, Hospitals of Providence launch Teleneurology Program

The Hospitals of Providence have partnered with Access Physicians, a multispecialty telemedicine group to enhance teleneurology services within its hospitals, officials announced Wednesday. “Access Physicians prides itself on working with forward-thinking hospitals to enhance the delivery of clinical excellence locally,” said Chris Gallagher, M.D., CEO, Access Physicians. “The Hospitals of Providence has a tradition of […]Read More

THOP Sierra Campus again achieves advanced Certification for Total Hip,

On Friday, officials with The Hospitals of Providence announced that their Sierra Campus once again received the Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement by The Joint Commission. “Our team is committed to providing our patients with advanced orthopedic care and getting them back to their everyday activities,” said Dr. Al Hernandez, board certified […]Read More

THOP Sierra Campus first in El Paso area to offer

This week, officials with Hospitals of Providence Sierra Campus announced that it is the first hospital in El Paso to offer Micra AV, the world’s smallest pacemaker with atrioventricular (AV) synchrony.  Officials share that this new device, meant for the treatment of patients with AV block, extends the most advanced pacing technology – at one-tenth the […]Read More

Hospitals of Providence providing Prenatal, Maternity Webinars for expecting mothers

The Labor and Delivery team at The Hospitals of Providence will provide free Zoom webinars on prenatal care for expecting mothers throughout June.  Registration for the webinars are available on The Hospitals of Providence website.  The free virtual webinars offer information on breastfeeding, preparing for childbirth and prenatal education. “The instructors will go over relaxation, the role of […]Read More

EPISD Education Foundation awards more than $70,000 in scholarships

The EPISD Education Foundation announced Thursday that they had awarded $70,250 in scholarships to 72 members of the Class of 2020. “The EPISD Education Foundation is grateful for the commitment of our donors who understand the great need to support the Class of 2020 during this unprecedented time,” said foundation president Russell Wiggs. “We hope […]Read More

Hospitals of Providence honors First Responders during National Emergency Medical

Since 1974, hospitals across the country have celebrated National Emergency Medical Services Week and invited their communities to recognize and thank the dedicated first responders who provide quality care throughout the year. The Hospitals of Providence joined in the celebration by recognizing the men and women who commit their lives to providing critical, life-saving services […]Read More

Elective Surgery Resumes at The Hospitals of Providence

The Hospitals of Providence officials announced that their campuses have resumed elective care for patients of the Borderland region.   “This has been a challenging time for our community. Many patients have postponed medical care or are in need of treating new symptoms,” said Nicholas Tejeda, Group Chief Executive Officer for The Hospitals of Providence.  “It […]Read More