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Minimally Invasive Surgery Available in Taos

Faster recovery, smaller incision, less scaring. 

Our minimally invasive experts provide personal care to every patient. They will have you home doing the things you love in no time. And, you don’t have to leave Taos to receive great care.

What is Minimally Invasive Surgery? Minimally invasive surgeries are performed through tiny incisions instead of one large opening. A long, thin tube with a miniature camera attached at the end (called an endoscope) is passed through one of the incisions. Images from the endoscope are projected onto monitors in the operating room so surgeons can get a clear (and magnified) view of the surgical area. Special instruments are passed through the other openings. These instruments allow the surgeon to perform the surgery by exploring, removing, or repairing whatever's wrong inside the body. Because the incisions are small, patients tend to have quicker recovery times and less discomfort than with conventional surgery — all with the same benefits.

Who should have minimally invasive surgery? Only your surgeon can determine if a minimally invasive surgery is right for you. They will conduct a comprehensive evaluation and consider several factors before determining if the procedure is an option for you.

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Holy Cross Hospital Updates

Board review by Bill and Steve


In an effort to help our community understand the changes happening in health care and at the hospital, we will be posting regular updates from the administration at Holy Cross Hospital to help share some internal information with the public.

In his video, Bill Patten addresses the public concern regarding Holy Cross Hospital's possible shift over to a critical access hospital. 

These are the updates on the Board Meeting on June 22nd, 2016.

 

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Community Health Needs Assessment

The Community Health Needs Assessment 2016 Report

Holy Cross Hospital recently completed an assessment of health needs for residents in Taos County. The hospital also developed a plan for using its services to respond to the significant community needs identified in the report. A copy of the report is available for your review here and is available for inspection and copying in the hospital’s administrative office, M-F, 9 am to 4 pm.

 

 

Holy Cross Hospital will revise its implementation efforts each year and undertake a new study to revise this report in two to three years. Your review is encouraged and submission of comments for consideration is welcomed. Please take the time to review the needs identified in the report and help the hospital take actions to make improvements resulting in Taos County being an increasingly healthy place to live.

For further information please contact Monica Griego in the Development Department at (575) 751-8929.

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