TAKING CARE OF RESIDENTS
Greater Albuquerque is home to three healthcare systems, eight hospitals, and numerous primary care facilities across the region. Lovelace, UNM Health, and Presbyterian are key to improving quality of life in our community.
LOVELACE HEALTH SYSTEM
Lovelace Health System (Lovelace) is celebrating its 100th anniversary, marking a century of caring, change and progress while continuously improving the practice of medicine.
A MISSION OF CARING
Lovelace is comprised of Lovelace Medical Group/New Mexico Heart Institute, New Mexico Heart Institute, Lovelace Women’s Hospital, Lovelace Medical Center, Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center, Lovelace Westside Hospital, Lovelace Regional Hospital and Lovelace UNM Rehabilitation Hospital.
Lovelace continues to invest in our community, providing more than $75 million in unfunded care and supporting local nonprofit and community organizations with more than $340,000 in direct contributions in 2021. From the first and only hospital in New Mexico dedicated to women’s health to the state’s only hospital devoted exclusively to cardiovascular care, Lovelace is a leader in meeting the healthcare needs of this region.
HEALTH CARE CLINICS
OUTPATIENT THERAPY CLINICS
HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS
UNM HEALTH SYSTEM
Located in the heart of the Southwest, UNM Health serves a vibrant tapestry of patients with a rich diversity of cultural and personal needs.
WORLD-CLASS SPECIALTY CARE
UNM Health provides the highest quality of care for more than 200,000 New Mexicans each year. In 1952, UNM Hospital was built on Native American grounds, with the promise to provide culturally competent and inclusive care to all New Mexicans.
Since then, UNM Health has followed through with their mission of accessible, affordable care. UNM Health provided over $44 million in charitable care and financial assistance for services not covered by insurance or federal programs in 2018.
To extend the reach of their mission, UNM has implemented services and programs to care for patients across the state, including:
- Priority access to care for Native Americans
- Free, 24/7 interpreter language services
- LGBTQ+ care recognized by the Human Rights Campaign Healthcare Equality Index
- Telehealth options
- Health Hub
UNM Health providers specialize in over 150 areas of medicine and employ over 7,000 professionals. Together, UNM receives 900,000 outpatient visits, 22,000 surgical cases and 100,000 emergency room visits each year.
NEW MEXICO’S ONLY LEVEL 1 TRAUMA CENTER
1M+ PATIENT VISITS EACH YEAR
EMPLOYS OVER 7,000 NEW MEXICANS
UNM HEALTH OPERATES OVER 30 CLINICS AROUND NEW MEXICO
RANKED IN THE TOP 5% FOR CLINICAL CARE IN THE COUNTRY
UNM HOSPITAL PROVIES $135 MILLION OF UNCOMPENSATED CARE EACH YEAR
Presbyterian Hospital works for a healthy, productive community.
A TRADITION OF CARING
Presbyterian Hospital is a 453-bed acute care hospital — the largest in New Mexico — and provides a full range of medical and surgical healthcare services. Located in the center of Albuquerque, it is part of the not-for-profit Presbyterian Healthcare Services, and is dedicated to the health of its patients, members, and communities.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services exists to improve the health of the patients, members and communities they serve. Presbyterian is a locally owned and operated not-for-profit healthcare system known nationally for their extensive experience in integrating healthcare financing and delivery. Presbyterian’s regional hospitals provide both acute and preventive care: from surgical, ambulatory and emergency services to health fairs, fun runs, and prevention and screening programs. They seek to provide the most affordable and effective care possible.