• Request for Proposal for Radiology Services

    The purpose of this request for proposal is to review, select and implement a solution to replace the current Pathology model at Holy Cross Hospital. We are seeking an anatomical pathology and histology system that is patient-focused, provides a robust QC segment for anatomical pathology correlation and workload monitoring, and provides a fully focused application for the intensive interactive n

  • Thank You, Ben Ray Lujan - From Holy Cross Medical Center

    As a thank you to Ben Ray Lujan for his efforts during a financial log jam that Holy Cross Medical Center was experiencing, we are happy to present him with this custom photo album celebrating his efforts. <iframe style="width:100%; height:480px;" src="//" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

  • Request for Proposal for Radiology Services

    Holy Cross Medical Center is currently accepting requests for proposal for Radiologist Services. You can find all the information you need in the following PDF. Proposals are due: June 4th by 4pm (MST) Download the Radiologist Services Request for Proposal For Questions or more information please contact Jeff at: 575-751-5872 or HCMC/Office of the VP of Ancill

  • Holy Cross Medical Center is accepting applications for board members

    If you would like to apply to become a member of the Holy Cross Medical Center board, please print and deliver the following PDF. Apply Now!

  • Medical Record System Conversion

    Leer en español Holy Cross Hospital is committed to continuously improving the care and services we provide in order to give you healthcare with peace of mind. We’re taking a big step forward and upgrading the tools our physicians, nurses and clinical staff use to take care of you. Holy Cross is taking our current electronic medical record system (EMR) to the next level

  • Taos Health Systems Welcomes Two New Board Members

    Dr. Geilen Ismail and Linda Aubrecht Officially End Terms of Service CEO Bill Patten stated, “We would like to thank Dr. Geilen Ismail and Linda Aubrecht for their service on the Taos Health Systems Board of Directors. Their leadership and guidance have led us down a path of sustainability and a new way of conducting business, putting the patient and the employee first. They will be miss

  • Director of Surgical Services Position Filled

    Christina Hull, PA-C, Accepts Offer from Taos Health Systems   For well over a year, Christina Hull, PA-C, has done an excellent job as Interim Director of Surgical Services for Taos Health Systems. She has now been offered the permanent position. Vice President of Patient Care and Chief Nursing Officer Denise Clark announced her acceptance of the offer on April 5, 2017 to the entire or

  • The HUM - March 2017

    The HUM is a newsletter that we deliver to the public four times a year. This edition includes many updates regarding the conversions to a Critical Access Hospital as well as important information regarding other changes throughout our health system. Read The HUM!

  • Denise Clark BSN, MHA, RN joins Taos Health Systems as our new Chief Nursing Officer

    Denise Clark was born in Baltimore, Maryland and was raised in Florida. Growing up, she lived in Okeechobee, Jacksonville Beach and Lakeland, Florida. In 1973 Denise met and married her husband in Florida. Denise didn’t start her professional career in the healthcare industry. She began a successful career in business and industry in non-traditional sectors like mining, uranium extraction,

  • Holy Cross Hospital Celebrates National Hospital Week, May 8-16 making important strides in improving quality and protecting safety of hospital patients.

    This month Governor Susana Martinez issued a proclamation designating the week of May 8 through 14 as National Hospital week in New Mexico. The Governor cited the important contributions made by the state’s hospitals to the health of our communities and the economic wellbeing of our state. Holy Cross Hospital and the 45 members of the the New Mexico Hospital Association (NMHA) are &nbs

  • Holy Cross Hospital passes another successful re-accreditation by DNV GL

    When you need health care services you want and expect to receive the best and safest care possible, Holy Cross Hospital is always working to offer you that expected care and more. One way we do that is through our accreditation. We are pleased to announce the successful completion of our re-accreditation process from DNV GL - Healthcare. By earning this re-accreditation, Holy Cross Hospital

  • American Cancer Society Seeks Volunteers to Play Critical Role in its Cancer-Fighting Mission

    English and Bilingual Spanish Speaking Volunteers needed to support programs for cancer patients The American Cancer Society, the leading organization dedicated to freeing the world from the pain and suffering of cancer, is seeking English and bilingual Spanish speaking volunteers to make a positive difference in the lives of cancer patients and their families in Taos. More than two and a ha

  • Wishing you a Happy, Healthy and Stress Free Holiday Season

    The winter holiday season brings a lot of rejoicing and a chance to share happy memories with family and friends. However, the desire to make the holidays picture-perfect can also bring some serious stress. Overindulging on holiday treats, racking up miles with far-away family visits and excessive spending on all of those “holiday specials” can make stress very difficult to manage.

  • Holy Cross Hospital Top Performer for Patient Safety in New Mexico According to Leapfrog's Fall 2015 National Hospital Safety Score

    Patient safety is about how hospitals and other health care organizations protect their patients from errors, injuries, accidents, and infections. Strong health care teams reduce infection rates, put checks in place to prevent mistakes, and ensure strong lines of communication between hospital staff, patients, and families. The Leapfrog Group has announced its hospital safety scores for all elig

  • Holy Cross Hospital is excited to announce that Mary Seiler, MD has joined the hospitalist team.

    Dr. Seiler, a native of Taos and a graduate of Taos High School, has come home to serve her community.  She says she’s excited to care for patients in Taos because people seem to care about each other in this community. “Though we may go about it in different ways, I sincerely believe that everybody here wants our community to thrive,” said Seiler.  Dr. Se

  • Thank you to all employees of Taos Health Systems

    I would like to thank each and every employee of Taos Health Systems for their part in responding to the recent hazmat situation at Holy Cross Hospital. Our employees selflessly handled the situation and went above and beyond to keep our community safe. Their service has not gone unrecognized. The situation was very rare, unexpected and dangerous, but through the work of our employees, medical s

  • World Breastfeeding Week

    The Taos Latch On Breastfeeding Coalition is taking part in a world-wide effort to ensure that working mothers continue to breastfeed. Latch On invites the community to a free celebration of World Breastfeeding Week at Twirl toy store on Wednesday August 6 from 11 am to 1 pm. Taos joins communities in 175 countries worldwide in celebrating World Breastfeeding Week, an international initiative of

  • Kids First Penasco is Restructuring

    Kids First Peñasco, a program of Taos Health Systems, is changing/re-structuring to offer new services and therapies to families in Peñasco. After 3 years of successful collaboration with Los Brazos and the Peñasco Independent School District, the Kids First Peñasco Program is now poised to collaborate with a new health partner, Non-Violence Works, Inc. Since 2004,

  • You are Invited to a Special Ribbon Cutting Honoring Dr. Oskar Moller

    Join Holy Cross Hospital for a special ribbon cutting to honor the late Dr. Oskar Moller and his family. The ribbon cutting and reception will take place this Thursday, July 23, beginning at 5:30 pm. We will meet in the Holy Cross Hospital Radiology waiting area then proceed to the new Oskar Moller Discharge Lounge. After the ribbon cutting refreshments will be served in

  • Home Visitors Receive Infant Massage Training

    Taos First Steps, a program of Holy Cross Hospital, Teaches Parents and Caregivers techniques and Benefits of Infant Massage. All 10 of the First Steps home visitors have recently completed infant massage training through the International Institute of Infant Massage in Albuquerque. The training is a very full experience designed to train instructors to teach infant touch and massage to parents