When UNM ACCESS Telemedicine became self-sustaining in 2018, nearly half of New Mexico’s hospitals — 18 out of 40 — had implemented the program. Our goal is to reach 100 percent of New Mexico hospitals through telemedicine. We believe every hospital statewide should have access to affordable, on-call neurology and neurosurgery expertise.
ACCESS Telemedicine Hospital Partners
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ACCESS Telemedicine gives patients and providers confidence that their local hospital offers neurology and neurosurgery expertise. These specialties aren’t always readily available on-staff, especially in New Mexico’s critical access hospitals.
Our hospital partners also gain access to education and technology support for their providers and staff. Getting up and running, including contracting and training, takes about six months. Learn more about how ACCESS Telemedicine works.
These hospital partners have joined ACCESS Telemedicine:
- Alta Vista Regional Hospital (Las Vegas, New Mexico)
- Cibola General Hospital (Grants, New Mexico)
- Eastern New Mexico Medical Center (Roswell, New Mexico)
- Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center (Alamogordo, New Mexico)
- Guadalupe County Hospital (Santa Rosa, New Mexico)
- Lea Regional Medical Center (Hobbs, New Mexico)
- Los Alamos Medical Center (Los Alamos, New Mexico)
- Lovelace Medical Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
- Lovelace Westside Hospital (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
- Mimbres Memorial Hospital (Deming, New Mexico)
- Miners’ Colfax Medical Center (Raton, New Mexico)
- Nor-Lea Hospital District (Lovington, New Mexico)
- Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services (Gallup, New Mexico)
- San Juan Regional Medical Center (Farmington, New Mexico)
- Union County General Hospital (Clayton, New Mexico)
Hospital Partner Success Stories
New Mexico hospitals are doing great things through telemedicine. Learn more below, read our telemedicine success stories or stay in touch with news about UNM ACCESS Telemedicine.