Miners Colfax Medical Center
History of Caring, Future of Promise
Stan Chao, MD
203 Hospital Drive
Raton, NM 87740
The Bike Rodeo is coming soon to MCMC! We will be hosting this fun day of bike safety for area children where they can learn proper preparation of their bicycles, adjusting and wearing safety gear, and how to improve their riding skills.
Youth are encouraged to bring their bikes as there will be a riding course, free helmets, and fun and prizes.
MCMC will also provide assistance for parents with children using car seats. Experienced staff will ensure that your child’s vehicle restraints are properly installed and meet all requirements. Studies show that 3 out of 4 car seats are improperly mounted, so be sure you’re child is protected. That ounce of prevention is worth it.
We hope to see you there on June 9th, 2018 from 9 am to 1 pm in the parking lot behind the old hospital building at 200 Hospital Drive. ... See more
Saturday, National Train Day, will be a beautiful day here in Raton with several fun opportunities to connect with your fellow citizens and our visitors.
In the morning you can come to show your support for Amtrak's SW Chief Depot, arrival time is 10:50, come to the depot early to gather and enjoy the anticipation of the train's daily stop on it's way to Los Angeles with stops in Las Vegas, Lamy and Albuquerque along the way.
Then head out to Sugarite Canyon State Park for the Raton Rambler's afternoon hike on the Lake to Lake trail (a wonderful light hike).
Enjoy and engage! ... See more
List of Raton's summer events. There are more! We will be posting them here on Facebook.
Join the Raton Museum for Chautauqua presentation by Steve Cormier.
funded in part by NM Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Some of our staff took the opportunity to enjoy a Zumba class!!! What a great way to have some fun and exercise too!!!!
As part of our commitment to our community and our patients, MCMC participated in the NM Department of Health and Environment Departments training for NM First Responders. The intent of the course is to train hospital personnel, emergency medical technicians, nurses, technical staff and others on how to:
• Safely remove hazmat contaminated clothing and proper decontamination of patients
• Proper selection and wearing of PPE including Powered Air-Purifying Respirator, suit, gloves & tape
• The role of the NM Poison and Drug Information Center in a Hazardous Materials Emergency
• Use actual instruments with real, live sources to detect and identify radioactive materials ... See more
Getting trained on training is always a good idea.
Raton is number 4 on the list of underrated New Mexico Towns!! We have a great reputation for being one of the most affordable places to live, and as a bonus, you get to experience vast open skies, fresh air, mountains, lakes, wildlife, adventure and opportunity to enjoy a great variety of outdoor sports and relaxation. Come see why we feel Raton is the best place on earth to live!
http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/new-mexico/underrated-towns-nm/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=new-mexico&utm_campaign=newsletter ... See more