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At the UNM Health System, you’ll find almost any type of medical care your family needs – including services available nowhere else in New Mexico. Choose us for the state’s only Level I trauma center, National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center and complete neurological and neurosurgery program, as well as New Mexico’s widest range of pediatric services. Children to senior citizens benefit from specialized services for their entire well-being – from rigorous and supportive behavioral health programs to integrative medicine and spiritual care.

Advanced, Evidence-Based Care

Because we’re home to an academic medical center, you gain access to numerous clinical trials and receive services based on the latest research and advances in medicine. Your caregivers include some of the nation’s brightest medical faculty, residents, nurses and students. They tend to you using practices that evidence shows work best.

Respecting Your Needs

We deliver excellent care and treat you with dignity – no matter your age, abilities, background or ethnicity. Look forward to respectful care from providers with training in the unique needs of Native American patients, LGBT patients and patients who require interpreter services. Expect your care team to explain medical information in a way you can understand, and take advantage of our printed educational materials that use simple, patient-friendly language and graphics.

Serving Your Community

We know and work to provide what you and your neighbors need most to stay healthy. UNM Hospitals and UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center regularly carry out community health needs assessments that show us common medical conditions and barriers to care in Bernalillo and Sandoval counties. Whether you live in an urban or rural area of New Mexico, you may benefit from our expertise thanks to telehealth technology, locations in historically underserved communities, and rapid emergency air transport services.

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