The New Mexico HIV & Hepatitis Epidemiology Program conducts HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C case surveillance and supplemental surveys for the New Mexico Department of Healths Epidemiology and Response Division. These activities are funded, in part, through a federal grant from the United States Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP).
To report a case, or to inquire about HIV/AIDS reporting and surveillance in New Mexico, please call (505) 476-1643 .
All HIV or AIDS cases diagnosed or treated in New Mexico must be reported to the HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Program using a Confidential Case Report Form (Revised April 2013).
For more information about reporting HIV/AIDS cases, please click here.
All information gathered by the Program is used for surveillance purposes only and remains strictly confidential.
Winter 2011 Risk Ascertainment and No Identified Risk
Summer 2010 Concurrent Diagnoses of HIV and AIDS in New Mexico
Winter 2009 HIV/AIDS and Opportunistic Infections
Fall 2008 HIV Partner Services
Spring 2008 HIV/AIDS Estimates
Winter 2008 HIV/AIDS and Men Who Have Sex with Men
Fall 2007 HIV in Hispanics in New Mexico, the U.S., and Latin America
Summer 2007 HIV and the Four Corners Region
Spring 2007 HIV/AIDS Among Foreign Born Persons in New Mexico
Winter 2007 HIV/AIDS and Women in New Mexico
Fall 2006 HIV/AIDS Awareness, Testing Behavior, and Risk
Summer 2006 HIV/AIDS and the Corrections System
Spring 2006 HIV/AIDS and Injection Drug Use in New Mexico
Winter 2005 HIV/AIDS Mortality in New Mexico
Fall 2005 HIV/AIDS and Syphilis Co-Infection in New Mexico
Summer 2005 HIV/AIDS by Regions of New Mexico
Spring 2005 HIV/AIDS among Native Americans in New Mexico
Winter 2005 Supplement to HIV/AIDS Surveillance (SHAS)
Nurse Advice Hotline
Environmental Health Epidemiology
1 (888) 878-8992
Infectious Disease Epidemiology
An infectious disease epidemiologist is available 24/7/365 at (505) 827-0006 to answer questions and accept notifiable condition reports.