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 continues to change. 

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New Mexico residents 16 and older are eligible for Covid-19 vaccination.  Vaccination is free. No social security number is required. No immigration information is asked, collected or shared.  Register and schedule at vaccinenm.org


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:  


Clinical and regulatory resources

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.

NMHA Mask-Up Kid's Poster

Download covid-safe kids back-to-school posters, new in our  COVID-19 Resource Library.

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:

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