Presbyterian Kaseman Hospital offers a wide range of medical specialties. For detailed information about each specialty listed below please visit the Presbyterian Services and Centers overview page.
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The behavioral health specialty provides a full continuum of psychiatric and substance abuse services for adult, child, and geriatric patients. Individual and/or group therapy and medication management services can be accessed in a variety of settings including inpatient hospitals, outpatient psychiatric clinics, and primary and specialty care clinics.
The endocrinology specialty is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders and diseases that affect the endocrine organs. The primary function of these organs is to secrete hormones. The ranges of conditions covered in this specialty include treatment for hormone imbalances, thyroid and pituitary diseases, metabolic disorders, diabetes, cholesterol problems, disorders of growth, and more.
General surgery is a specialty dedicated to providing expert treatment through surgical procedures.
Neurology is a specialty dedicated to the diagnoses and treatment of nervous system disorders that involve the central and peripheral nervous system. Conditions covered in this specialty include stroke, seizures, epilepsy, and headaches.
The oncology/hematology specialty features physicians concerned with the study, diagnoses, and treatment of cancer (oncology) and blood disorders (hematology). Oncology/hematology includes such diseases as iron deficiency anemia, hemophilia, sickle cell disease, leukemia, lymphomas, cancer, and more.
Pain & Spine
Pain and spine is a specialty concerned with acute pain syndromes, including neuropathic and musculoskeletal pain of the neck and spine.
The pulmonology specialty is concerned with acute and chronic diseases affecting the lungs and respiratory tract including conditions such as breathing disorders, chronic cough, severe allergies, asthma, tuberculosis, pneumonia, lung abscesses, certain types of cancer, emphysema, and lung diseases.
Radiological services include diagnostic radiology, ultrasound imaging, vascular ultrasound imaging, PET/CT Scan, digital mammography, computerized tomography (CAT Scan), bone density testing, nuclear medicine, echocardiography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Radiation oncology is a specialty devoted to the treatment of cancer using radiation to kill cancer cells, shrink tumors, and provide relief of certain cancer-related symptoms. Radiation oncologists prescribe and deliver radiation therapy treatments, work with members of the radiation therapy team to develop treatment plans, and ensure each treatment is given safely and accurately. Radiation oncology is provided by the Presbyterian MD Anderson Radiation Treatment Center in Albuquerque.
The rheumatology specialty is concerned with the diagnosis and therapy of rheumatic diseases, autoimmune diseases, joint disorders, and problems involving connective tissues. These areas include rheumatoid arthritis, gout, vasculitis, lupus erythematosus, and other autoimmune diseases.
Additional Services Offered
- Lithotripsy (shock wave treatment for kidney, bladder, or ureter stones)
- Surgery, including oral/maxillofacial, general, and gynecological surgery
- Home healthcare, including palliative care and inpatient and home hospice
- Subacute nursing and rehabilitation, including occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, and wound care