TriCore Reference Laboratories Opens Winrock PCC with Updated Logo


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Beth Bailey
Director, Strategic Development & Communications


ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO – June 29, 2020 — TriCore Reference Laboratories, New Mexico’s non-profit clinical laboratory, is pleased to announce the opening of its newest location in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The new TriCore patient care center is located in Albuquerque’s Winrock Town Center. Robin Divine, TriCore’s Chief Business Development Officer notes of this new location, “While our current focus is on COVID-19 testing to support medically necessary surgeries, we are working with other clinicians, including primary care and population health experts, to offer innovations to close gaps in care for patients with chronic conditions and those needing preventative services.”
Additionally, with the opening of TriCore’s Winrock location, TriCore unveils its refreshed logo. “TriCore has evolved over the last twenty plus years, and our brand must evolve with it,” says Dr. Michael Crossey, TriCore’s CEO. “The new iteration of our logo continues to represent our strong foundation while also reflecting our growth and innovation. Today TriCore is more than a reference laboratory. Our TriCore Research Institute is conducting studies for customers all over the world, and our healthcare IT services and technology company, Rhodes Group, provides software and analytics to labs and health systems here in New Mexico and nationwide.” TriCore’s refreshed logo will debut on the Winock location’s marquee and can be previewed on tricore.org.
TriCore uses a many-layered safety approach at all of its locations, including the new Winrock facility. In order to reduce exposure to the COVID-19 virus and other infectious pathogens, each site location employs staff fully trained in modes of transmission and exercises safety procedures in accordance with CDC recommendations. The Winrock site is TriCore’s 32nd patient care center in New Mexico. The address is 2100 Louisiana Boulevard NE, Suite 412, located between New Mexico Orthopaedics and Crackin’ Crab, and is open Monday through Friday, from 7 am to 5 pm.
About TriCore Reference Laboratories TriCore Reference Laboratories is an independent, not-for-profit, clinical reference laboratory founded and headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, co-sponsored by Presbyterian Healthcare Services and University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center. TriCore provides over 2,900, full-service, state-of-the-art laboratory tests to healthcare professionals and their patients. TriCore also provides analytics and research services, supporting healthcare and scientific organizations worldwide. TriCore’s Rhodes Group offers laboratory software and consulting services to optimize clinical laboratory operations, including empowering population health management and targeted intervention strategies. For more information, visit tricore.org.

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