Committed to Community Health

Our Community

Assessments and Reports

Community Health Assessments

In support of the patients, members and communities we serve, and as part of a requirement of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Presbyterian completed its first community health assessment in 2013 and updated the community health assessment in 2016, 2019, and 2022. By conducting a community health assessment every three years we identify the priority health issues facing each of our communities. As part of the community health assessment process, Presbyterian partners with local health councils and conducts forums to help us better understand the key drivers of some of the health issues our communities face.

Presbyterian is committed to community health improvement through community engagement, multi-sector partnerships, and sustainable impact. Community Health Implementation Plans and their impact reports accompany the Community Health Assessments. These reports, including the updated CHAs, are available for your review and comment.

To provide feedback on any of these documents or to request a printed or electronic copy, please contact the Community Health Team.

Health Assessments, Implementation Plans, and Impact Reports

Community Health Priority Area Initiatives

Much of our work takes us out of the office and into the community. Our projects, initiatives and programs are supported by various partners and grants that fall into our health priorities including Behavioral Health, Social Health, and Physical Health and drive progress in access and equity. Read below to learn more about how we partner with our communities to impact health at the individual and family levels, through organization and community change, and through policy.

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Planned Giving

Including Presbyterian in your will allows you to have a long-term impact on the health of our community and the care provided by our hospitals, clinics, and caregivers.

Presbyterian Home Healthcare Services

Our nurses, therapists, dieticians, aides, technicians, social workers, chaplains, and volunteers provide quality care in homes across New Mexico.

Together for Health

Presbyterian Healthcare Services envisions a healthy New Mexico. Learn more about the priority health issues facing each of our communities identified in our most recent Community Health Assessment.