UNM ACCESS Telemedicine works closely with our hospital partners to provide a telehealth program that works for New Mexico. Our goal is to make it convenient, affordable and attainable for hospitals to offer exceptional neuro-emergent care through our program.
Below, you’ll find the information and forms your hospital needs to make the most of its participation in ACCESS Telemedicine. For details on securing credentials as a specialty provider, learn more about how to get involved with ACCESS Telemedicine.
If you do not see what you’re looking for, please review our FAQs or contact us.
Information for ACCESS Telemedicine Partners
Download forms and information to support your patient care.
- Teleconsult cart: Download instructions on how to use the teleconsult cart [PDF]
- Triage forms: Download patient triage forms [PDF]
Education events and continuing medical education
ACCESS Telemedicine provides regular educational activities for all of our hospital partners and providers. Many providers are eligible for continuing medical education credits. Our calendar of education events is below. Don’t see what you need? Learn more about our education and training, or request an education session for your facility.
See our calendar of education events.
Hospital partner reports
UNM ACCESS Telemedicine can provide reports on your facility’s use of neuro-emergent telehealth. Data points include the number of consults done, number of patient transfers and hours of medical education received. Find out about overall ACCESS Telemedicine results, or contact us to request a report customized to your facility.