• October 20, 2021

Tags : Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare

Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare announces new cohort of residents

Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare, which includes Las Palmas Medical Center and Del Sol Medical Center, announced Friday its 2021 graduate medical education (GME) program residents. The new cohort of more than 30 residents, who began on July 1, will include internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology (OB-Gyn), and transitional year residents. The transitional year serves […]Read More

El Paso Health Care Officials: Do not delay emergency care

The COVID-19 pandemic has people across the nation being more cautious about how they navigate their lives. But caution can have a downside when it comes to getting necessary care for non-COVID health concerns. Texas Tech Physicians of El Paso, University Medical Center of El Paso (UMC), Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare, The Hospitals of […]Read More

Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare honored with Healthgrades Patient Safety

Officials with Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare, which includes Las Palmas Medical Center and Del Sol Medical Center, announced Tuesday that it is the recipient of the Healthgrades 2020 Patient Safety Excellence Award. “Las Palmas Medical Center continually strives to serve the region with the best patient care,” Don Karl, chief executive officer of Las […]Read More

Kendra Scott donates to Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare to

In the wake of the national pandemic, Kendra Scott quickly put a heightened focus on her core pillar of Philanthropy, using her commitment to giving back as our guiding light during this unprecedented time. Scott, best known for her jewelry stores, has also made giving back to the communities where her stores are located a […]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

Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare joins Convalescent Plasma Study for

Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare officials announced Monday that they are participating in a national study to determine if plasma from convalescent, or recovered, COVID-19 patients may benefit individuals currently hospitalized with severe or life-threatening cases of the virus. As part of the effort, Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare is seeking eligible volunteers from the El Paso area to […]Read More

EPISD Education Foundation will continue to award scholarships to seniors

High-school seniors in the District will still receive scholarships from the EPISD Education Foundation in May even if the school closures prevent organizers from hosting award ceremonies. “We had an overwhelming response from our seniors this year and remain committed to helping our seniors reach their college dreams,” said foundation president Russell Wiggs. “Given the […]Read More

Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare launches HeroCare to recognize healthcare

On Monday, Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare launched a community-wide appreciation campaign called HeroCare, which honors, thanks and highlights healthcare workers who are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to LPDS Healthcare officials, the campaign provides ideas for supportive gestures that can be made from homes or businesses to recognize healthcare workers. “Many […]Read More

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