Presbyterian Regional Facilities
Presbyterian’s commitment to invest in health care for New Mexicans extends to owned or operated hospitals in five communities across the state – Clovis, Española, Socorro, Ruidoso, and Tucumcari.
Clovis, NM - Plains Regional Medical Center, is a 106-bed hospital serving over 110,000 people in the rapidly growing Clovis area community. Special services include a recently opened Sleep Lab and Catheterization Lab, as well as ambulatory services. Director of Nursing: Elizabeth Crouch
Española, NM - Española Hospital, located north of Santa Fe, is an 80-bed general and acute care hospital and ambulatory center offering services to community members throughout northern New Mexico. Director of Nursing: Brenda Romero
Ruidoso, NM - Lincoln County Medical Center, is a 25-bed Critical Access hospital and ambulatory center serving communities in the southern central region of New Mexico. Director of Nursing: Patsy Parker
Socorro, NM – Socorro General Hospital, located 80 miles south of Albuquerque, operates 25 general acute care beds under the federally designated Critical Access Hospital program, and contracts with the State of New Mexico to operate a Maternal and Child Health Program. Director of Nursing: Veronica Pound
Tucumcari, NM - Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital, is a 25-bed acute care/Critical Access hospital offering inpatient and outpatient services, as well as nursing home care. Director of Nursing: Fran Peterson