NMHA represents New Mexico's hospitals and their nearly 40,000 caring and talented employees. NMHA is working closely with our members, state agencies, partner organizations and decision-makers at the federal level to serve as a resource for hospitals and the wider community as the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) situation develops. Read about hospital preparedness.

Read President & CEO Jeff Dye's ABQ Journal Op-ED of March 22.

Media contact:  Pamela Blackwell pblackwell@nmhsc.com

 

Expert advice and daily updates

Statewide Mental Health Support Line
News about COVID-19 may create anxiety and other mental health concerns for people. The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is available to support individuals and communities. Call:  
1.855.NMCRISIS

 

Clinical and regulatory resources

Looking for something specific? Miss an email alert? Need guidance on a hospital issue? Check our COVID-19 Resource Library. It's growing everyday. 

State Data and Policy Actions to Address Coronavirus
The Kaiser Family Foundation has launched this site to track nation-wide cases and policy responses by state. View maps and graphs.

Did you get the credits you deserve? Our Advancing Patient Safety and Quality podcasts are good for 10+ continuing education contact hours. Find full episodes and evaluations here

Jeff Bourgeois of San Juan Regional Medical Center is our 2019-2020 Chairman of the Board of Directors. Read the news release 

New Mexico Hospitals Win Top Honors in Hospital Safety. Read more.

Opioid Prescribing Advisory 
NM SB221 amends the Pain Relief Act and providers must educate new patients who receive prescriptions. We break down the impacts for hospital settings. Download the brief (pdf).

Did you know that New Mexico's community hospitals add $9.3 BILLION to the state economy? Check it out. 

 
New Mexico Coronavirus Hotline 1.855.600.3453

New!  Our COVID-19 Resource Library includes the documents that our hospitals have asked about the most...

Our most recent analysis shows that New Mexico's community hospitals contributed $11.96  BILLION to the state economy. 

New Mexico hospitals are working to address two of our state's most critical issues, and our new policy briefs give a good snapshot of what's being done, and where help is needed:

Advancing Quality & Patient Safety Podcast Episode 19:  Flu Vaccinations for Healthcare Personnel, Miners' Colfax Medical Center