Kristy Arambula, RN at the Gila Regional Cancer CenterKristy Arambula is a Registered Nurse at Gila Regional Medical Center's (GRMC) Cancer Center. She has been in nursing for 2 years, her first year and a half as a floor nurse and the past 7 months in Oncology.

"I love oncology," said Ms

Asiamarie GarciaAsiamarie Garcia, a student from Tucson, AZ, was recently awarded the Nancy Kailing Memorial Scholarship by PFLAG Silver City. Majoring in social work and minoring in early childhood education, Ms. Garcia stumbled upon WNMU while still in high school.

"My counselor encouraged me to

Silver City, NM – July 19-23, Long-time resident and local athlete, Raul Turrieta, returned today from the 2017 New Mexico Senior Olympics in Albuquerque with three gold medals, one silver and one bronze medal. He received gold medals in Huachas, the 400 meter and 800 meter estimated runs, an event

(foreground left to right) Janeanica Wade, CNA and Johnny Tafoya, CNA practice care on a simulated patient while Mary Flores, RN gives input and tips to help the incoming CNAs be better caregivers on day one. Also pictured in the background observing (left to right) are Megan Alvarado, CNA

Silver City, NM – Mariachi Plata struck all the right notes at a recent competition in Albuquerque, where the Western New Mexico University musical ensemble took home two top awards.

Mariachi Plata earned first place in the university category and second place overall at Mariachi Spectacular, an

Shelly Carter, RN at the Gila Regional Cancer CenterShelly Carter is a Registered Nurse at Gila Regional Medical Center's (GRMC) Cancer Center. She has been in nursing for 24 years with the past 14 years serving cancer patients at the Cancer Center as an employee of the New Mexico Cancer Center

GRMC Chemotherapy Room

July 19, 2017 – The Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) Cancer Center enters a new chapter of cancer care with the widely accredited University of New Mexico (UNM) Comprehensive Cancer Center. Starting on Tuesday, July 18, 2017, the transition process began. As part of the

L-R: Adrian Barbosa and Dr. Takahiro SatoSilver City, NM – After a year of establishing relations and forming agreements with several Mexican universities, the exchange of faculty and students between institutions is taking place by Western New Mexico University.

More than a dozen Mexican students

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