Located in Clovis, NM, Women’s Medical Center is the only medical facility in a 100-mile radius that is geared specifically to women. It is a highly respected /GYN practice delivering close to 100 babies per month. In 1987 Dr. Bruce Cross joined the existing practiced followed by Dr. William Moore in 1995, Dr. Lonnie Alexander in 1997, Dr. Mazin Al Saleh in 2008 and Dr. Breton Juberg in 2014. After many years of service, Dr. Alexander has decided to retire and Dr. Juberg will be returning to the south to be closer to family. This opens up an unusual opportunity for an OB/GYN physician to join the practice.
With an active special operations air force base in the area, patient load is robust and continues to grow. Women’s Medical Center consistently stays on the forefront of women’s medical issues and is the only OB practice on the high plains to offer two Certified Nurse Midwives and four Certified Nurse Practitioners to meet growing interest in progressive obstetric and gynecological care.
The practitioners and staff are very involved in community events and actively support causes including the local domestic abuse shelter, cancer fund-raising events, and local charities such as the food bank, sexual assault programs and the United Way.
More than 45,000 people call Clovis and Curry County home and this thriving city serves as a regional hub to more than 120,000 others. Golfing is a popular leisure activity in the area that also boasts 17 parks, 10 softball fields, walking trails, a splash pad, and a dog park. The area is also home to the Clovis Music Festival, which celebrates artists who have recorded in Clovis, including Buddy Holly, the Fireballs, LeAnn Rimes and many others, as part of its rock ‘n’ roll roots.
Home of Cannon Air Force Base
Clovis has many things to offer to both the community and visitors alike. Clovis offers a great school system, Healthcare facilities, diverse job opportunities, optional housing selections, golf courses, great dining and lodging options, the second largest zoo in the state, 17 parks and two public pools all at a short driving distance.
Clovis is the county seat of Curry County, New Mexico. Clovis is located in the New Mexico portion of the Llano Estacado, in the eastern part of the state. A largely agricultural community, it is also noted for its role in early rock music history as well as nearby Cannon Air Force Base. It is the principal city of the Clovis Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is part of the larger Clovis-Portales Combined Statistical Area.
The 17 parks consist of 3,400 acres and includes; 17 baseball/softball fields, 11 soccer fields, three football fields, 12 playgrounds, 23 open play areas, one archery range, one model airplane flying area, one off-road vehicle area and four sand volleyball courts. The Roy Walker Recreation Center also offers a 19,269-square-foot facility including; two full-size gymnasiums, boxing gym, weight room, youth activity room, concession stand and restrooms. Some of the newest chamber members, Patriot Outdoors, offer a unique outdoor sports venue. This facility offers multiple firearms ranges, various paintball fields, an indoor rock climbing gym and retail pro shop.
After enjoying all the outdoor activities that Clovis has to offer, you can enjoy some of Clovis’ finest dining. Whether you are in the mood for Barbecue, Chinese, Japanese or great Mexican food, Clovis has it all! The Chamber dining and lodging guide is an excellent quick glance guide that can help steer your stomach in the right direction.
Along with great entertainment and food, Clovis’ housing selections are top of the market, not matter what style or pricing ranges you are looking at. With steady growth and an appreciating market, Clovis is an excellent place to purchase a home. The average price per square foot for a new home is $110, with the average home resale price of $150,000.