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Member Hospitals

New Mexico's community hospitals provide quality care across the nation's 5th largest state. They are general acute care and specialty hospitals, large and small, serving urban, rural and frontier communities.
 
  • Our hospitals provide a range of services and service lines: emergency, inpatient and outpatient procedures, surgery, primary care clinics, school-based health clinics, behavioral health and substance use treatment, long-term care.
     

  • Our hospitals represent a variety of ownership models and accept all payment types: non-profit, government and investor-owned, New Mexico's community hospitals serve all patients, including those covered by Medicaid, Medicare, commercial insurance, self-pay and those unable to pay at all, often called "charity care."

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Acute Care
Hospitals 

General, acute care hospitals provide inpatient medical care and related services for surgery, medical conditions and injuries, usually for a short period of time. 

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Rural Care & Critical Access Hospitals

In less populated areas, hospitals may be smaller and focus on emergency care and other services desperately needed by patients who would otherwise travel too far for help. 

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Specialty Care
Hospitals

Specialty hospitals are facilities that specifically focus on one or more areas of medicine or care for a particular group of patients. Examples include behavioral health, rehabilitation and long term care hospitals.

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