Healthcare

In 2008, Santa Fe was cited as one of the nation’s healthiest towns to live in, according to the AARP. Among the highlights are clean air; healthy, locally grown food; excellent doctors and a vibrant healing arts community.

“…. Santa Fe [is] a healthy place in which to live and retire, too. Its rates of diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol are among the lowest in the country, in part because of a city-funded health campaign aimed at older residents. In addition to offering a 268-bed hospital and easy access to specialists in nearby Albuquerque, Santa Fe is teeming with alternative medicine specialists who graduated from the local University of Natural Medicine or the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts.” AARP

Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center was established in 1865. It has 268 licensed beds and 300 staff physicians representing 22 medical specialties. It has the only Level III Trauma Center in Northern New Mexico. For more information visit www.stvin.org

The Cancer Institute of New Mexico is the state’s newest and most advanced cancer care facility. At the Institute, community-based physicians are able to integrate medical oncology, radiation oncology, diagnostic imaging, clinical research and administrative support in a single, patient-care facility.

Other medical facilities include:

Ultimed Urgent Care 505.989.8707 www.ultimed.net
Concentra Medical Center 505.438.9402
Lovelace Health Systems 505.995.2400