Las Cruces Public Health Office offering back-to-school immunizations by appointment SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health’s Las Cruces Public Health Office, 1170 N. Solano Drive, will begin offering back-to-school immunization clinics by appointment only beginning Wednesday July 1st through August 31st. Testing appointments are available at the following days
New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham is calling for more aggressive enforcement of the state’s public health order to rein in rising coronavirus infection rates across the state. The Democratic governor on Wednesday said people who ignore mask requirements in public places can be fined $100 and that businesses that
New Mexico partners with OpenBeds to launch the New Mexico Behavioral Health Referral Network SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Services Division, today announced that it has partnered with OpenBeds, a provider of a technology platform that identifies, unifies, and tracks behavioral health and social
Memorial Medical Center, on behalf of the county’s psychiatric residency steering committee will receive a $373,230 grant to establish a new residency program in psychiatry. The new program will be within two years that addresses the critical need for psychiatric medical services in Doña Ana County and southern New Mexico.
To comply with the local and state guidelines for safe opening, Branigan Memorial Library will be implementing new guidelines. The library will be limiting access to the computer lab to 10 people at a time, with a maximum of 30 minutes of computer time. The computers will be sanitized after
Las Cruces Fire Department Encourages Use of 911/Hospitals in Emergency The nation’s healthcare workers may be focused on COVID-19, but those with non–COVID-19 medical emergencies should not feel like they are burdening the system when it comes to getting the health care they need. The Las Cruces Fire Department hopes to address the concerns that so many other communities are
State agencies are offering plenty of distractions for New Mexicans stuck at home for another weekend amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Crafts, concerts and kitchen chemistry are just a few of the activities the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs and the Tourism Department have prepared. Here’s a list of
Following guidance from Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the New Mexico Department of Health-related to limiting large public gatherings, the City of Las Cruces has closed certain parks and recreation areas to reduce the number of people who gather. The following specialty parks were closed and secured with gates: Butterfield
New Mexico state health officials say they are placing a new focus on safeguarding the state’s elderly population from potential transmission of the new coronavirus. The state has no known infections since starting testing this week for people with an elevated risk of infection because of travel and other factors.