Patients & Public

***UNM Hospital has made changes to the vistor policy effective October 16, 2020. Please review the policy below.*

Get registered to get your COVID-19 Vaccine.  Click here to fill out your information with the New Mexico Department of Health.

Effective July 22, 2020 UNMH is no longer conducting asymptomic testing. Please click here for information on asymptomatic testingAll symptomatic patients will continue to be seen on a 24/7 basis in BBRP 1500. Thank you for your patience and we will update you as this evolves.

Keeping You Safe on the Day of Your Appointment
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Spanish [PDF]

Prevent and Treat Skin Problems
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Show support for our health care workers
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Hospital Visitation Policy
October 16, 2020
UNM Hospitals - Visitation Policy
UNM Hospitals - Visitation Policy (Spanish)
UNM SRMC - Visitation Policy

Public Resources
Grocery Shopping Hours for Seniors

Want to support the physicians, nurses and staff of UNM Hospital?
Make a gift to the UNM Hospital Crisis Relief Fund
As the situation develops, this fund will allow us to act quickly and strengthen our ability to help our world-class hospital system right now and in the future. The physicians, nurses and staff are working tirelessly to provide quality emergency and intensive medical care to patients whose lives have been impacted by the coronavirus. Your support provides much needed equipment, supplies and other resources to care for our patients and protect our healthcare workers.


Please be aware there are several phishing scams where the caller impersonates a representative from the COVID-19 Hotline or other medical entity. The scammer is asking for personal information like social security and date of birth, telling callers they must have that information in order to release COVID-19 testing results.Representatives from UNM Health, Presbyterian and Lovelace Health System want to remind the public that we will never ask for your social security number. Any confirmation of a positive COVID-19 swab test will be made by the clinic where you were seen or the New Mexico Department of Health.

Dr. Brett says. She recommends the following actions to keep yourself safe and prevent the spread of infection:

  • Cover your cough.
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Get your flu shot.

How Can You Help?


Practice Social Distancing