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Medication Costs Are Out of Sight, But Not Out of Reach

Medication Costs Are Out of Sight, But Not Out of Reach

Photo (left to right): Gloria Lopez and Connie Hostetler6/29/16 - The Medication Assistance Program, better known as MAP, has been a part of our community for over 15 years. This program is a service-- Continue reading

Celebrating Hidalgo Medical Services’ Family Medicine Residency Program Graduates

Silver City, NM (June 28, 2016) Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) is Southwestern New Mexico's leading Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Last Saturday, June 25, HMS' Family Medicine Residency Pro-- Continue reading

Gila Regional Medical Center’s Board of Trustees Passes the Gavel

Gila Regional Medical Center’s Board of Trustees Passes the Gavel

Charles Kelly, Previous Chair of the GRMC Board of Trustees and incoming Chair, Jeremiah Garcia on the left and Dr. Donald Stinar on the rightSilver City, NM - On Friday, June 24, 2016, at the Gila Re-- Continue reading

Silver City Public Library Welcomes New Children’s/Youth Services Librarian

The Silver City Public Library is pleased to announce that Chris Baumgarn has joined the library's team as the new Children's/Youth Services Librarian. "I was originally born here in Silver City," sai-- Continue reading

Summer Academy 2016 a SMASHing success

Summer Academy 2016 a SMASHing success

Johnnalee Biddle (foreground) and Victoria Morales (background) participate in a laboratory experiment during the SMASH Summer Academy. The program prepares high school freshmen from around southwest-- Continue reading

Giving Back to Caregivers at Gila Regional Medical Center

Giving Back to Caregivers at Gila Regional Medical Center

Amanda Holguin and Sonia Morales, members of our Gila-Reach committee that are excited to serve pizza to the Gila Regional employees and bring them some well deserved appreciation.National Hospital/Nu-- Continue reading

Girl Scouts have Kitchen Fun day

Girl Scouts have Kitchen Fun day

From left, front row, are Denise Kirkpatrick, Samantha Armstrong, Amy Brewer, Rylee Reyes, Ellena Bertolani, From left, back row are Katrina Reyes, Ashlyn Richey, Rachel Windsor, Dominique Gutierrez,-- Continue reading

WNMU Continues Internationalization Efforts With Two New Agreements

WNMU Continues Internationalization Efforts With Two New Agreements

Cesar Eduardo Gutiérrez Jurado, UACJ International Relations Coordinator; Dr. Magdaleno Manzanarez, WNMU Vice President of External Affairs; Dr. William Crocker, WNMU Provost; and Francisco Márquez Salc-- Continue reading

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