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Presbyterian Health Plan partnership provides vaccine to homebound New Mexicans

April 28, 2021 Featured In the News

Presbyterian Health Plan has partnered with the New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department to provide COVID-19 vaccines for homebound New Mexicans.

The pilot program has reached hundreds of people who might otherwise not have been able to access the vaccine and will continue to expand across New Mexico.

Santa Fe resident Lynn Michell was one of the people who received her vaccine at home, thanks to a visit from a paramedic with Albuquerque Ambulance Service. She shared her gratitude with the Santa Fe New Mexican.

“To be able to deliver hope to individuals that are homebound—I can't express the excitement of the team,” Mary Eden, vice president of government programs for Presbyterian Health Plan, told KOB-TV.

To receive the service, individuals must indicate that they are homebound when they register to receive a vaccine at https://cvvaccine.nmhealth.org/

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