The New Mexico Public Health Association (NMPHA), founded in 1917, is a private, non-profit membership association of individuals and organization committed to a vision of New Mexico as a place where the resources, socioeconomic conditions, and environment exist in which all people can be healthy.
The MISSION of the New Mexico Public Health Association is to promote public health practice, policies, and systems that support health equity in New Mexico. We accomplish our mission by providing a forum for sharing research and practices, and serving as a base for leadership development, networking, and action.
Membership consists of approximately one-third community organizations and coalitions (including private consultants doing public health work), one-third government employees (state, county, city, and federal), and one-third university/academic-related (staff, faculty, and students), representing over 30 communities in New Mexico and neighboring states. Countless others are not actual members, but are still considered as part of the NMPHA family and benefit from NMPHA events and activities.
NMPHA is the New Mexico state affiliate of the American Public Health Association, which represents more than 30,000 members nationally and globally.
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