There are four types of memberships. These types are Institutional
Voting Member, Allied Organization Members, Affiliated Organization
Members, and Affiliated Health Professional Groups. Below is an
explanation of each membership type:
Institutional Voting Members include New Mexico licensed acute inpatient, specialty or general hospitals and health systems and other qualified health care institutions as determined by the Board. The dues formula is based upon Medicare cost report expenses. Institutions who do not complete a Medicare cost report but who are eligible for voting membership shall be assessed dues based on the size and type of facility.
Allied Organization Members include health care institutions, other than those who qualify as institutional voting members, including but not limited to, long-term care facilities, primary care, home care and rehabilitation facilities, residential treatment facilities, non-New Mexico institutions, government facilities, including Indian Health Services, Department of Health and Public Health Service providers, and insurers, health maintenance organizations and managed care organizations. Dues are based upon factors such as size of facility. Allied organizations are eligible for membership as Institutional Voting Members upon approval by the Board and payment of the dues required by institutional members. Allied organizations are non-voting members.
Affiliated health professional groups. Affiliated professional members are non-voting members.
To receive more information on joining NMHA,
Send email to: email@example.com
- Application - Allied Members
- Application - Affiliated Organizations
- Application - Affiliated Groups
- Application - Institutional Voting Member