New Mexico

Enabling Legislation Passed in 2015: New Mexico SB0081 2015

Community Paramedic Programs Proliferate Nationwide

MedStar in Fort Worth started one of the earliest community paramedicine programs in 2009 and now, according to one of their spokespersons, there are about […]Read More »

Fire Department in Santa Fe Proposes Community Paramedicine Initiative

Earlier this week, the Santa Fe Mayor unveiled a new proposal by the fire department that would allow paramedics to identify frequent 911 callers and […]Read More »

Central New Mexico Community College Started Community Paramedic Program

Community Paramedic Program enrolls students who have paramedic licenses and also have at least three years working experiences. Expected to graduate in next spring. The […]Read More »

Community Paramedicine: A Legal Analysis

The Assistant Secretary of Preparedness and Response (ASPR) funded a legal analysis of Community Paramedicine (CP) / Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) for the Association of […]Read More »

College in New Mexico Starts Community Paramedicine Program

Many New Mexicans have to travel long distances to see a doctor and receive care. Central New Mexico Community College is set to launch a […]Read More »

EMS: Crescit Eundo (It grows as it goes)

New Mexico’s motto, ‘Crescit eundo’ (It grows as it goes), would also be a perfect motto for EMS, Community Paramedicine and Mobile Integrated Healthcare. A […]Read More »