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Beam Signing at Lincoln County Medical Center

September 5, 2017


RUIDOSO, NM – Members of the Lincoln County community are invited to sign a steel beam that will be used to construct the new Emergency Medical Services (EMS) building on the campus of Lincoln County Medical Center. 

Honoring a construction tradition, the beam will be available to sign outside the main entrance of Lincoln County Medical Center from September 6-15.  Signing the beam, which will be visible inside the building after construction, is an opportunity to personally thank EMTs, paramedics and first responders in our community.

The new 9,000-square-foot EMS building is expected to be completed by late2017. Lincoln County EMS has a team of 19 full-time paramedics, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Intermediates and EMTs, as well as 18 volunteers, and 12 ambulance units that cover approximately 5,000 miles in Lincoln County.


What: Public beam signing
When: Wednesday, September 6 – Friday, September 15
Time: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Where: Lincoln County Medical Center
              211 Sudderth Dr.
              Ruidoso, NM 88345


About Lincoln County Medical Center:
Lincoln County Medical Center is a county-owned facility that has been leased and operated by Presbyterian Healthcare Services since 1972. This partnership is dedicated to improving the health of individuals, families and communities in Ruidoso and Lincoln County. Lincoln County Medical Center and Presbyterian Healthcare Services operate a hospital, a primary care and specialty clinic, three rural clinics and a countywide ambulance service in Lincoln County. Lincoln County Medical Center is one of eight hospitals run by Presbyterian, which also has a statewide health plan and a growing multi-specialty medical group.

Media Inquiries:

Amanda Schoenberg
Sr. Corporate Communications Specialist
(831) 332-5785
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