Division of Health Improvement
The Division of Health Improvement (DHI) consists of 160 staff members located in 9 field offices across New Mexico with a central office in Santa Fe.
Our staff have a variety of professional and educational backgrounds and experiences. Many are licensed as psychologists, nurses, physicians, life safety code engineers, architects, social workers and other related fields, who hold bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees.
We work closely with key stakeholders to assure safety and quality of care and to improve health care services. Our stakeholders include executive and legislative policy makers; providers and contractors; other state, local, and federal government agencies; advocacy groups; professional organizations; provider associations; various task forces and commissions; and the tax paying public at large.
Please Visit the DHI Website for more information.
- Consolidated Online Registry
- Reducing Risk for Individuals Served in Community Based Services (Module 1)
- Reducing Risk for Individuals Served in Community Based Services (Module 2)
- Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation Reporting
- NMAC 7.1.14
- Reducing Risk for Individuals Served in Community Based Services (Module 3)
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