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ONE-ON-ONE: Karissa Culbreath — Medical Director, infectious disease chief, Tricore Reference Laboratories
There’s one sure way to get Karissa Culbreath to do something: Tell her she can’t.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – DECEMBER 22, 2020 — TriCore Reference Laboratories, New Mexico’s non-profit clinical laboratory, and Rhodes Group, a healthcare information technology and services company based in Albuquerque, NM, announce the appointments of Ella Watt as TriCore Chief Financial Officer, effective November 16, 2020, and Renee Ennis as Rhodes Group Chief Financial Officer, effective January 1, 2021.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – August 4, 2020 — TriCore Reference Laboratories, New Mexico’s non-profit clinical laboratory, is pleased to announce David Grenache, PhD, TriCore’s Chief Scientific Officer, as the president of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) Board of Directors.
Albuquerque-based TriCore Reference Laboratories is establishing a branch lab at New Mexico State University to provide local testing for novel coronavirus infection.
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A new federal database is giving a look at which New Mexico hospitals and health care providers received federal funding related to the coronavirus. The database published on the CDC’s website lists over 1,100 different New Mexico entities that received CARES Act aid funding under the federal Health and Human Services Provider Relief Fund.
Robin Divine was on the job at TriCore Reference Laboratories for just a short time when the coronavirus threw the state’s largest clinical lab into “crisis mode.”
TriCore Reference Laboratories, New Mexico’s non-profit clinical laboratory, is pleased to announce the opening of its newest location in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Several hospitals in the state have in recent weeks started using convalescent plasma to try to treat COVID patients.
TriCore Reference Laboratories is proud to announce a collaboration with the Vitalant blood center and New Mexico hospital systems, Lovelace Health System, Presbyterian Healthcare Services, and University of New Mexico Health, to build a community resource of plasma donations from individuals who have recovered from COVID-19
Clinical Laboratory News
From SARS-CoV-2 to cardiac biomarkers, a steady stream of IVD innovation shows no signs of letting up