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News About NMCC

NMCC’s Dr. Barbara McAneny Elected as Chair-Elect of the American Medical Association’s Board of Trustees

Barbara McAneny, MD and CEO of New Mexico Cancer Center, has spent her career caring for cancer patients and is a tireless advocate for access to healthcare for all New Mexicans. Her hard work and dedication has helped New Mexico Cancer Center become the state’s largest physician owned cancer treatment facility.

That commitment and dedication has been recognized many times over the years, but now she’s been elected by physicians from all over the country to a prestigious position that will give her the chance to advocate at an even higher level.

Check out the media coverage here.

Read an interview with Dr. McAneny for The ASCO Post here.


NMCC’s Dr. Annette Fontaine Named Top Doc in Albuquerque the Magazine

New Mexico Cancer Center’s Dr. Annette Fontaine was voted Top Doc in Hematology by her peers in the March 2013 issue of Albuquerque the Magazine.  If you’re facing cancer, trust the doctor other doctors voted best in the city.

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NMCC Team at American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life

New Mexico Cancer Center employees literally pulled an all-nighter on August 3, 2012 to try to eradicate cancer. At this year’s Relay for Life event, participants teamed up and camped out overnight to take turns walking around the La Cueva High School Track to try to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. A variety of fundraisers were held by team members over the months preceding the event to make sure that cancer never steals another year of anyone’s life. The team raised more than $5,000 and is already looking forward to next year’s event.

Donations will be accepted through August 31st, so if you would like to contribute to Team NMOHC, click here.

Check out more pictures from the event here.


Welcome Dr. Naraev to NMCC
View his New Mexico Business Weekly People on the Move submission here.


CMMI Grant Media Coverage
New Mexico Cancer Center has been selected to lead a national study to
develop better systems to care for cancer patients by utilizing a
“medical home” concept. They are part of a $19 million grant funded by
the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to improve treatment
methods in order to keep patients healthier, prevent hospital stays and
emergency room visits and lower costs for care. Check out this recent
news story about the grant.



New Mexico Cancer Center Selected as Lead Organization for Medicare Innovation Center Grant
June 26, 2012 – ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico Cancer Center (NMCC) has proven itself to be one of the nation’s leading physician-owned cancer centers. Innovative Oncology Business Solutions, Inc. (IOBS) was created by Dr. Barbara McAneny, MD, CEO of New Mexico Cancer Center, to receive a $19.7 million grant from the Medicare Innovation Center as part of its Healthcare Innovation awards. This grant will use the patient care policies created by New Mexico Cancer Center and implement them at six other practices across the United States. Read the full release here.

AccuBoost Breast Cancer Treatment Media Coverage

Genetic Testing and Counseling Program Media Coverage



New Mexico Cancer Center Launches Media Campaign
In the summer of 2008, New Mexico Cancer Center launched a media campaign in New Mexico that included television and radio commercials, and print advertisements.

To view, listen to or see any of these advertisements, click on the links below.
TV Spot #1: Caring. Compassionate.
TV Spot #2: Cutting-edge technology. Highly skilled physicians and support staff.
TV Spot #3: Comprehensive cancer care in one location.
Radio Spot: New Mexico Cancer Center
Print Ad: Caring. Compassionate
Print Ad: Technology



New Mexico Cancer Center Wins NAIOP Award of Excellence
New Mexico New Mexico Cancer Center (NMCC) recently won the 2008 NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties) Award of Excellence for medical facilities for its new three-story, 34,500 square-foot building.