About Us

The team at Hobbs is honored to provide comprehensive, compassionate and personal care. From delivering babies, to caring for kids, to treating adults with chronic disease, we’re here for you. 

Hobbs Hospital offers exceptional health care to Eastern New Mexico.

Heart Failure Accreditation

Hobbs Hospital is proud to be the first accredited Heart Failure Center in the state of New Mexico. This accreditation, given by the Society for Cardiovascular Patient Care. This accreditation means that Hobbs Hospital has met national best practices for the care of Heart Failure patients.

Chest Pain Center Accreditation

Hobbs Hospital is Lea County’s first and only Accredited Chest Pain Center, and one of only six in the state of New Mexico. This designation, given by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care (SCPC), means that Hobbs Hospital has demonstrated expertise in cardiac patient care as measured by a wide range of stringent criteria. This level of cardiac care is achieved by only 12% of all hospitals in the United States.

Joint Commission Hospital Accreditation

Hobbs Hospital is proud to be the area's only Joint Commission accredited hospital. Accreditation from the Joint Commission is truly the gold seal of approval that reflects our commitment to quality and providing safe and effective patient care.

Joint Commission Laboratory Accreditation

Hobbs Hospital's laboratory is independently accredited by the Joint Commission. This rigorous process ensures that our lab is committed to meeting national best practices.

Primary Stroke Center Gold Seal™ Designation

When you experience symptoms of a stroke, get to Hobbs Hospital. We are certified by The Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center. That's important, because these accredited stroke centers have demonstrated expertise in the early assessment, rapid diagnosis and treatment of stroke emergencies according to The Joint Commission.

At Hobbs Hospital, we’re dedicated to providing excellent care for our patients and to creating a safe work environment for our practitioners and staff. Working together and openly sharing important information with our employees, patients and the community make this possible, and can help you choose just the right hospital for your care.

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We are committed to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community we serve. Fostering a diverse workforce benefits both employees and patients by offering an inclusive place to provide and receive care. Men and women from different backgrounds serve in a number of roles in our organization. While we may come from different experiences, we all share the same goal of providing high quality patient care.

Providing culturally competent care

Our employees receive annual training designed to support and encourage an inclusive environment for healthcare delivery and customer service. Additional resources are available to assist with the delivery of healthcare, such as translation and technology services and responding to cultural issues for patients and families of different backgrounds.

Recruiting and retaining diverse talent

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we are committed to recruiting talented employees with valuable expertise from different races, religions, genders, sexual orientations and other protected classes. We participate in local career fairs and business expos, work with recruiting sources to actively seek diverse applicants, and partner with colleges and schools with significant minority enrollment to identify highly qualified applicants.