NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The San Juan Regional Medical Center can now better care for newborns that require specialty care. According to a news release, the center has a new telehealth partnership with Presbyterian Hospital’s NICU team.
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New telemedicine carts were purchased thanks to a donation from the San Juan Medical Foundation. The carts mean 24-hour direct access to Presbyterian’s specialists, allowing the San Juan Regional Medical Center to keep newborns that need additional care close to home, rather than be transferred to a different facility out of town.