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Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation Reporting

Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation Reporting

Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation Reporting

In addition to reporting through the DHI/IMB hotline, community based providers will also provide an incident report within 24 hours of the incident via fax or this online system.

Access Community Now

Access Community Now

Access Community Now

A person-centered, community-oriented approach to deliver services for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) through the Developmental Disabilities Waiver (DDW).

Air Quality Data

Air Quality Data

Air Quality Data

Ambient air particulate matter and ozone.

Air Quality Index

Air Quality Index

Air Quality Index

On these New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Air Quality pages you will find maps, information, and data about Ozone and Particulate Matter, and the kinds of problems these can cause for our health.

Alcohol-related Chronic Disease Deaths

Alcohol-related Chronic Disease Deaths

Alcohol-related Chronic Disease Deaths

Chronic heavy drinking (defined as drinking, on average, more than two drinks per day for men, and more than one drink per day for women) often is associated with alcoholism or alcohol dependence, and can cause or contribute to a number of diseases, including alcoholic liver cirrhosis.

Alcohol-Related Death

Alcohol-Related Death

Alcohol-Related Death

The consequences of excessive alcohol use are severe in New Mexico. New Mexico's total alcohol-related death rate has ranked 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in the U.S. since 1981; and 1st for the period 1997 through 2007.

Alcohol-Related Injury Deaths

Alcohol-Related Injury Deaths

Alcohol-Related Injury Deaths

Binge drinking (defined as having five drinks or more on an occasion for men, and four drinks or more on an occasion for women) is a high-risk behavior associated with numerous injury outcomes, including motor vehicle fatalities, homicide, and suicide.

Arsenic

Arsenic

Arsenic

The information on this page of the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Network focuses on Arsenic levels in drinking water (community water systems and private wells) and the potential health effects.

Asthma

Asthma

Asthma

Measures include asthma hospitalization age-adjusted rates.

Avoiding Mold Growth After A Flood

Avoiding Mold Growth After A Flood

Avoiding Mold Growth After A Flood

Stay away from arroyos and acequias during monsoon season. Be cautious when entering or driving through forests, especially ones that recently experienced wildfires. During monsoon season these areas present some additional hazards and may experience flash flooding.

Biomonitoring Data

Biomonitoring Data

Biomonitoring Data

Blood, urine and hair. Monitored contaminants include arsenic, uranium, lead, mercury and other metals.

Birth Defects

Birth Defects

Birth Defects

Measures include prevalence of infants with cleft lip with or without cleft palate.

Cancers

Cancers

Cancers

Measures include age-adjusted incidence rates for various types of cancers.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

The information on this page of the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Network focuses on Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and the potential health effects.

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1, CASA Method Report

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1, CASA Method Report

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1, CASA Method Report

New Mexico-Indicator-Based Information System is your source for data and information on New Mexico's priority public health issues. It provides access to the data that can help provide answers to realize the health goals of New Mexico. This page focuses on the Childhood Immunization Coverage, CASA method.

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1, National Immunization Survey Report

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1, National Immunization Survey Report

Childhood Immunization Coverage with 4:3:1:3:3:1, National Immunization Survey Report

New Mexico-Indicator-Based Information System is your source for data and information on New Mexico's priority public health issues. It provides access to the data that can help provide answers to realize the health goals of New Mexico. This page focuses on the Childhood Immunization Coverage, National Immunization Survey Report.

Childhood Lead Poisoning

Childhood Lead Poisoning

Childhood Lead Poisoning

The information on this page of the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Network focuses on lead poisoning (exposure, risk, and protection). Included is an interactive data query producing data based on population and geography.

Community Drinking Water

Community Drinking Water

Community Drinking Water

This page provides Community Drinking Water Data for New Mexico. Data are available for the five Nationally Consistent Data and Measures indicators (downloadable in various formats). Larger data sets are provided by links to Google Fusion tables.

Contaminants

Contaminants

Contaminants

This page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website is an overview of environmental contaminants which have been detected in air, water, soil, and biological media throughout the state. This page provides information about common contaminants of concern in New Mexico.

Data Query

Data Query

Data Query

Provides a multitude of query options for environmental exposures, health effects, population and geography data.

Dejelo Ya

Dejelo Ya

Dejelo Ya

One day, your world will be a more beautiful place. Quit now and thrive. Offers free help quitting tobacco including unlimited sessions with a trained quit coach and much more.

Drinking Water and Health

Drinking Water and Health

Drinking Water and Health

Drinking water contaminants include arsenic, uranium, lead, nitrate and drinking water disinfection by-products.

Drug Overdose Deaths

Drug Overdose Deaths

Drug Overdose Deaths

New Mexico's drug overdose death rate has been one of the highest in the nation for most of the last two decades. Since 2001 New Mexico's death rate has more than tripled since 1990.

Dust Forecast

Dust Forecast

Dust Forecast

Average surface dust concentrations, in micrograms per cubic meter (μg/m^3), are backward averaged over one hour.

Dust Storm Forecast Animation

Dust Storm Forecast Animation

Dust Storm Forecast Animation

The focus of this page the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website is Dust Forecast Animation. The Particle Pollution Forecast animation loops are from Public Health Applications in Remote Sensing, a National Aeronautics and Space Administration funded program at the University of New Mexico.

Ebola Infographic Collection

Ebola Infographic Collection

Ebola Infographic Collection

This is a visual aid with details about the Ebola Virus.

Environmental Public Health Tracking

Environmental Public Health Tracking

Environmental Public Health Tracking

summarizes air quality and water quality data as well as environmental health outcomes such as asthma, myocardial infarction (heart attack), birth defects, reproductive outcomes, thyroid cancer, and leukemia. It includes studies on the linkage of ozone in air with asthma, and arsenic in drinking water with bladder cancer. It also provides warning systems based on real-time satellite data for wildfires, dust, heat waves, and other weather events.

Fire Worker Safety

Fire Worker Safety

Fire Worker Safety

There are potential dangers involved with cleanup operations following the devastation caused by wildfires. If you are involved in cleanup efforts you may be exposed to ash, soot and fire decomposition products that may cause irritation and other respiratory effects.

Fire, Smoke and Your Health

Fire, Smoke and Your Health

Fire, Smoke and Your Health

This page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website is an overview of fire, smoke and your health. It provides information such as conditions and alerts, a data query, and several other tools and resources used to assess air quality.

Fish Consumption Guidelines

Fish Consumption Guidelines

Fish Consumption Guidelines

This page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website is an overview of safe fish consumption from New Mexico Lakes and Rivers. It provides detailed information about contaminants that have been detected at levels that could result in health problems. There is also a guide with information on how you can minimize your consumption of these contaminants and how you can properly clean and prepare the fish you catch.

Health Alert Network

Health Alert Network

Health Alert Network

A secure, password-protected all-hazards communications system designed to notify medical and emergency response professionals; public health officials; certain elected and appointed state, county, local, and tribal officials; school districts; mortuaries; certain federal officials; and others.

Health Facilities and LLCP Governing Board Meetings

Health Facilities and LLCP Governing Board Meetings

Health Facilities and LLCP Governing Board Meetings

Miss our latest meeting? No problem! You can watch all previously recorded meetings on our YouTube channel. We typically post videos on our channel within a few days after the meeting. Please subscribe to receive notifications when we add new videos.

Heart Attack and Air Quality

Heart Attack and Air Quality

Heart Attack and Air Quality

This page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website focuses on the link between heart attacks and air quality. It offers maps, tools, and several resources.

Heart Attacks

Heart Attacks

Heart Attacks

Measures include heart attack hospitalization age-adjusted rates.

Hearts for Autism

Hearts for Autism

Hearts for Autism

This website has information about the Hearts for Autism fund that has been established to provide information, training and a network of support services for Southern New Mexico families and community agencies.

Heat Stress

Heat Stress

Heat Stress

During extreme heat and heat waves New Mexicans can be at risk for heat stress. Heat stress is heat-related illness which can have many symptoms. This includes adverse health conditions such as heat exhaustion which can lead to heat stroke.

Indicator-Based Information System

Indicator-Based Information System

Indicator-Based Information System

Track and evaluate progress toward goals; guide policy decisions, priorities and long-range strategic plans, Develop; focus, and streamline data collection and reporting capacity; provide comprehensive information of New Mexico's health and health care system.

Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

This page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website focuses on Environmental Exposure, Indoor Air Quality, and Radon.

Influenza Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

Influenza Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

Influenza Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

The information found on this New Mexico Indicator Based Information System page focuses on Influenza Vaccination, adults age 65+. Listed are important facts, data views by year, related indicators, and other related resources and links.

Medical Reserve Corps Serves

Medical Reserve Corps Serves

Medical Reserve Corps Serves

It is our hope that you will register with NM MRC Serves, to volunteer your time and expertise to prepare for and respond to emergencies here in New Mexico. We encourage all to register! Whether you are a healthcare professional or a lay volunteer, you will have the ability to assist New Mexico, or another state, in response to a disaster.

Mercury

Mercury

Mercury

Mercury is a naturally occurring metal, a useful chemical in some products but it can also be a potential health risk. This page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website offers information about Mercury and the environment and Mercury and your health.

New Mexico Infectious Disease Data

New Mexico Infectious Disease Data

New Mexico Infectious Disease Data

This resource provides data updated nightly for a large number of disease generated by the New Mexico Indicator-Based Information System.

NM.TRAIN

NM.TRAIN

NM.TRAIN

The Training Finder Real-time Affiliate Integrated Network, or TRAIN, is the nation’s premier learning resource for professionals who protect the public’s health. As TRAIN grows, it serves a larger portion of the U.S. public health workforce.

NMDOH Facebook Page

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NMDOH Google+ Page

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NMDOH Instagram Page

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