La Familia Medical Center
La Familia Medical Center is a community health center treating the underserved in Santa Fe County. Under the guidance of a local and autonomous board of directors, which includes patients of the health center, La Familia offers a wide range of community services and outreach. Current staff includes board certified family physicians; board certified OB/GYN’s, family nurse practitioners, as well as physician assistance, promotoras, therapists, social workers and dentists. The clinic offers a strong and nationally recognized health education program for its patients. La Familia Medical Center has been the primary continuity clinic since the inception of the CSV Family Medicine Residency Program. It has been providing quality and comprehensive care to the underserved for over 40 years.
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Family Medicine Center
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Family Medicine Center (FMC) opened in July, 2012 to serve as a second continuity clinic site. The mission of the FMC is to provide full spectrum family centered care to the community and train the next generation of Family Medicine providers in a PCMH environment. Services provided in the Family Medicine Center include: Primary Care, same day sick appointments, newborn and pediatric care, minor office procedures, maternity pregnancy care, women's services, lab services and Integrated Behavioral Health care.
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center
CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center is a non-profit, community hospital with 268 beds and more than 300 physicians representing 22 medical specialties. The Largest hospital north of Albuquerque and south of Pueblo Colorado, St. Vincent admits more than 10,000 patients annually. Additionally, 11,500 are treated as outpatients and 5,000 other patients come for same-day surgery each year.
Other training activities of Northern New Mexico program reach beyond the confines of the clinic and hospital settings. Dedicated to community interactions, specialty rotations are provided in the offices and clinics of community practitioners and experiences in rural areas are required. The central offices of the New Mexico Department of Health are located in Santa Fe, along with a very active district health office that serves the Northern region of New Mexico. This combination of educational resources for population-based health education makes the Santa Fe site especially rich for public health education.