New Mexico hospitals continued to add high quality jobs in 2016, directly employing 37,500 individuals and contributing another 31,500 secondary jobs to our state: 69,000 hospital-related jobs represent about 8.5% of New Mexico’s total workforce.
Still, recruitment and retention of an appropriately prepared and culturally competent workforce continues to challenge all hospitals. In response, the goal of NMHA is to reduce healthcare professional shortages across New Mexico.
New! The New Mexico Health Care Workforce Committee's 2020 Annual Report features important information about our state.
Do you have a plan for when leaders leave? Marion Spears Karr, VP of healthcare executive search experts and HSC business partners, Tyler & Company, discusses a framework for your next time of transition: before, during and after. Download the slides.
Our Roadmap for Creating a Healthcare Work-Based Learning Program (2018) offers tips and concrete "how-to" examples for creating experiences that bring youth to careers in healthcare.
The Midlevel U program is designed to meet the needs of hospitals who may struggle to recruit and retain advanced practice professionals, and provide additional support and training to those professionals as they transition to practice as a provider.