We are part of New Mexico's history - and committed to its future.
Founded in 1908, Presbyterian is a system of nine hospitals, multiple primary and specialty care clinics, and a health plan that serves patients and members throughout the state of New Mexico. Because of our deeply embedded roots, we are able to provide close to home care for nearly one in three of our state’s residents.
As New Mexico’s largest metro area, Albuquerque is home to two of our largest hospitals, primary and specialty clinics and our administrative center.
Situated near the Texas border, Clovis, New Mexico is home to Plains Regional Medical Center, a not-for-profit hospital with 106 licensed beds that serves the eastern New Mexico and West Texas areas.
The City of Española, home to Presbyterian Española Hospital, is a growing city that still offers a smaller community environment and is rooted in southwest culture.
Rio Rancho Area
Rio Rancho is one of New Mexico’s fastest growing cities and home to young families, growing developments and Presbyterian Rust Medical Center.
Ruidoso, New Mexico is a small-town mountain oasis in southern New Mexico and is home to a brand-new medical center and surrounding rural clinics.
Santa Fe Area
Known as “A City Different,” Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and home to Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center. The city offers a rich Spanish culture and mountain backdrop that makes it a great place to explore year-round.
Home to Socorro General Hospital, the Socorro area has a population of approximately 19,000, lending itself to rural community charm but keeping convenient access to New Mexico’s largest metropolitan area.