2012 Presbyterian Community Health Forums


Presbyterian Healthcare Services has worked with its five regional hospitals and their Community Boards of Trustees to conduct community needs assessments and develop health priorities that affect New Mexicans. Although many health needs are common throughout the state, each community can be unique when implementing strategies for addressing these needs. Community members, local healthcare providers, hospital administrators, and public health officials came together to share their thoughts about community-based initiatives that can improve the health of community members. 

Health forums were held in the following communities:

Espanola: Feb 23, Presbyterian Espanola Hospital, 1010 Spruce Street, Chamisa Room

Clovis: March 26, Plains Regional Medical Center, 2100 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Cannon Room

Tucumcari: March 27, Tucumcari Convention Center, 1500 W. Route 66 Blvd., Liberty Room

Ruidoso: March 28, Lincoln County Medical Center, 211 Sudderth, Rehab Services Building, Physical Therapy Conference Room

Rio Rancho: April 3, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center, 2400 Unser Blvd. SE, Community Room

Urban Albuquerque: April 5, United Way of Central New Mexico Training Center, 2340 Alamo Avenue SE, 2nd Floor

Los Lunas: April 11, Rail Runner Station, 751 Juan Perea Road SW, Conference Rm 241


 1:00 PM
 Check-in and Networking
 1:30 PM 
 Welcome and Overview 
 1:45 PM 
 Keynote Presentation: Community Assessment Health Priorities 
 2:15 PM 
 2:30 PM 
 Group Discussion: Community-based Initiatives and Prioritie 
 4:30 PM 

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