This is a searchable document which lists of all of the currently licensed Emergency Medical Systems individuals. It can be used for license verification purposes and is updated at regular intervals.
Current list of all certified nurse midwives in New Mexico.
Current list of all licensed midwives in New Mexico.
This document describes what Ketamine is and its use in the pre-hospital setting.
For New Mexican STEMI patients destined for fibrinolytic therapy, but at significant distance from a PCI center, it may be advantageous for EMS providers to initiate fibrinolysis in the field.
This document describes the feasibility for ultrasound deployment in the pre-hospital setting.
This document has information regarding spinal precautions and the use of the longboard in the pre-hospital setting.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency region 6 certifies that the New Mexico Department of Health Scientific Laboratory Division has bet the requirements for certification of laboratories analyzing drinking water and is hereby certified to conduct analysis of drinking water samples for inorganic chemistry and radiochemistry as specified in the scope of certification.
This letter is to law enforcement regarding senate bill 262.
This document addresses questions regarding access to Naloxone through different Managed Care Organizations.
This screening criteria is for use by public health offices to screen adults before providing vaccinations.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency region 6 certifies that the New Mexico Department of Health Scientific Laboratory Division has bet the requirements for certification of laboratories analyzing drinking water and is hereby certified to conduct analysis of drinking water samples for organic chemistry and microbiology as specified in the scope of certification.
This letter is to announce a funding opportunity for some providers of obstetric and midwifery care.
This report lists selected state health measures showing New Mexico’s ranking where 1 is the best ranking and 50 is the worst among all 50 United States. Highlights of the report include low levels of adult chronic drinking and binge drinking, low rates for four leading causes of death. The state also experiences high levels of alcohol-induced deaths; unintentional injury deaths.
This is a current list of licensed non-profit producers for the New Mexico Department of Health medical cannabis program.
This is a list of provider names.
This is a list of all Vaccines for Children Staff divided by region.
The New Mexico Health Service Corps provides stipends to eligible health professionals during their last two years of training or residency who, in turn, enter into contract with the Department of Health to provide (when licensed) health service for a minimum of two years (1600 hours per year) in an underserved area of New Mexico. This document provides information and general guidelines about this program.
This is the annual calendar for microbiological water testing.
If an incident occurs while on tribal land and the consumer is under the jurisdiction of a Department of Health contractor, a report to the Division of Health Improvement and tribal protective services must be made.