HIV Surveillance & Epidemiology Program
The New Mexico HIV Surveillance and Epidemiology Program (HIVSEP) conducts HIV/AIDS case surveillance and supplemental surveys for the New Mexico Department of Health’s Epidemiology and Response Division. These activities are funded, in part, through a federal grant from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Division of Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP).
All HIV or AIDS cases diagnosed or treated in New Mexico must be reported to the HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Program using the HIV/AIDS Confidential Case Reporting Form.
Please be sure to take a look at the instructions and frequently asked questions documents below for additional information on the case reporting process.
- HIV/AIDS Confidential Case Reporting FAQ
- HIV/AIDS Confidential Case Reporting Form Instructions
- HIV/AIDS Confidential Case Reporting Form
NOTE: All information gathered by the program is used for surveillance purposes only and remains strictly confidential.
Annual Final Reports (12-month data maturity)
- Final Report: HIV/AIDS End-of-Year Annual Surveillance Report - 2013
- Final Report: HIV/AIDS End-of-Year Annual Surveillance Report - 2012
- Final Report: HIV/AIDS End-of-Year Annual Surveillance Report - 2011
Annual Interim Reports (6-month data maturity)
- Interim Report: HIV/AIDS Mid-Year Surveillance Report - 2015
- Interim Report: HIV/AIDS Mid-Year Surveillance Report - 2014
- Interim Report: HIV/AIDS Mid-Year Surveillance Report - 2013
- Interim Report: HIV/AIDS Mid-Year Surveillance Report - 2012
- HIV/AIDS Concurrent Diagnoses in New Mexico (July 2010)
- HIV/AIDS and Opportunistic Infections (January 2009)
- HIV Partner Services (October 2008)
- HIV/AIDS Estimates (April 2008)
- HIV/AIDS and Men Who Have Sex with Men (January 2008)
- HIV in Hispanics in New Mexico, the United States and Latin (October 2007)
- HIV and the Four Corners Region (July 2007)
- HIV/AIDS Among Foreign Born Persons in New Mexico (April 2007)
- HIV/AIDS and Women in New Mexico (January 2007)
- HIV/AIDS Awareness, Testing Behavior, & Risk (October 2006)
- HIV/AIDS and the Corrections System (July 2006)
- HIV/AIDS and Injection Drug Use in New Mexico (April 2006)
- HIV/AIDS Mortality in New Mexico (January 2006)
- HIV/AIDS and Syphilis Co-Infection in New Mexico (October 2005)
- HIV/AIDS by Regions of New Mexico (July 2005)
- HIV/AIDS among Native Americans in New Mexico (April 2005)
- HIV/AIDS Surveillance Supplement (January 2005)
- HIV/AIDS Among Hispanics in New Mexico (October 2004)
- Special Report: HIV/AIDS Risk Ascertainment and “No Identified Risk”
These helpful documents provide a wealth of helpful facts about HIV/AIDS for African Americans, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Hispanics, and Women.