This helpful list of frequently asked questions answers the most common questions about the Turquoise Lodge Hospital.
This fact sheet explains how doctors, nurses, and childcare experts use screening to check on how children grow and develop.
These instructions are used in setting up a program for agencies and services, as well as guidline for instructors and coordinators developing classes and courses.
This helpful document provides answers to the most frequently asked questions about community health worker certification.
This document provides information about non-opioid treatments for chronic pain.
This document provides an assessment of the benefits and harms of opioid therapy.
This document provides help with calculating total daily dose of opioids for safety.
This is a checklist for use when prescribing opioids for chronic pain.
This document provides guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain.
This document provides recommendations for prescribing opioids for chronic pain.
This document contains a list of frequently asked questions for parents to learn more about childhood lead poisoning.
This helpful document explains how what causes an overdose, how to recognize an overdose, what to do if an overdose occurs, how to perform rescue breathing, how to administer naloxone, overdose myths, and more.
This helpful document provides instructions and photos that explain how to prepare, store, and maintain naloxone.
These instructions explain the fingerprint instructions for out of state applicants.
This document describes the licensing procedures for Active Duty Military members, spouses of military service members and recent Veterans (separated from military service within the last two years).
Keep lead out of your life. It is a poison and interferes with many of the normal functions in the human body. Lead can affect the chemicals which carry nerve signals, and cause changes to memory, intelligence and behavior. Lead interferes with the formation of hemoglobin (the oxygen-carrying substance in red blood cells) and cause anemia.
This Provider and EHR Information Sheet gives contact and site information for Automated Data Exchange with the New Mexico Statewide Immunization Information System.
This is a list of most common errors due to wrong field value(s) in the HL7 messages.
This document explains how to establish provider contact, test and evaluate, and go live.
Please utilize this list to assist and help guide you in our data exchange process.