Providing Quality Care Across the State

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Presbyterian Hospital

Presbyterian Hospital is New Mexico's largest critical care hospital, with 453 beds. The hospital offers everything from cutting-edge medical technology to Rachel's Courtyard – a playground in the sky for pediatric patients. It is these qualities that make Presbyterian the preferred hospital of choice for Albuquerque residents, as well as the 1,000 physicians that practice at Presbyterian Hospital.

Presbyterian hospital is also home to the Presbyterian Heart Group. The environment at Presbyterian is ideal for specialists to unite and share best practices and recommend new technologies and procedures to advance patient care.

Kaseman Hospital

Located in Albuquerque's northeast heights, Kaseman Hospital is home to Presbyterian's Cancer Treatment Center – a partnership with M.D. Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas. In addition to providing first-class care for patients diagnosed with cancer, Kaseman provides general medical, surgical and emergency services, as well as houses Kaseman Arthritis Center and the Presbyterian Behavioral Health Center

Rust Medical Center

Located in Rio Rancho, the facility features labor and delivery services, intensive care, operating rooms, cardiac services, MRI and imaging, emergency care and more. Rio Rancho and Westside residents no longer need to cross the river for essential medical care.

Regional/Rural Facilities

Plains Regional Medical Center – Clovis, New Mexico

Plains Regional Medical Center (PRMC) is an acute care hospital located in Clovis, New Mexico about 90 miles from Amarillo and Lubbock, Texas. As a not-for-profit hospital with 106 licensed beds, PRMC exists to improve the health of the patients, members, and community we serve in Eastern New Mexico and West Texas.​

At PRMC, our highly skilled doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers provide a wide range of services for our patients' healthcare needs, including cancer care, home healthcare and hospice, as well as primary care and specialty services.

Plains Regional Medical Center is managed by Presbyterian Healthcare Services, a locally owned, not-for-profit healthcare system of eight hospitals, a medical group and health plan. Founded in New Mexico in 1908, it is the state’s second-largest private employer with more than 10,000 employees.

Española Hospital – Española, New Mexico

Española Hospital is an 80-bed general and acute care hospital located in Española, New Mexico – approximately 90 miles north of Albuquerque. Over the years, we have expanded to meet the growing needs of the Española valley, and recently added many new services to provide state-of-the-art treatment to patients, like a new 63,000 square foot Medical Arts Building that will include a 24,000 square foot Healthplex and Rehabilitation Center set to be completed this year.

Lincoln County Medical Center – Ruidoso, New Mexico

Lincoln County Medical Center (LCMC) is a 39-bed facility providing accessible health care to all Lincoln County residents and visitors. Medical professionals at LCMC represent an array of specialties. This healthcare resource provides residents of Lincoln County many of the same services as larger metropolitan hospitals.

LCMC works in collaboration with over 15 physicians who have full-time practices in Ruidoso, and over 30 physicians who have part-time local specialty clinics. This unique structure provides the residents of Lincoln County with over 15 different specialties. Presbyterian Healthcare Services leases and manages LCMC, and a local Board of Trustees governs it.

Socorro General Hospital – Socorro, New Mexico

Socorro General Hospital (SGH) is approximately 80 miles south of Albuquerque. It operates 25 general acute care beds under the federally designated Critical Care Access Hospital program, and contracts with the State of New Mexico to operate a Maternal & Child Health Program.

SGH also offers the following services: medical, surgical, obstetrical, OT, pediatric, PT, prenatal, speech language pathology, AfterCare Health Enhancement Program, ambulatory surgery, day surgery, emergency, Heritage Program (intensive outpatient behavioral health services for seniors), home health, in-home hospice, and laparoscopic surgery.

Full-time physicians and a nurse practitioner employed by the hospital provide emergency services in an ER that was tripled in size and fully remodeled in 2003.

Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital – Tucumcari, New Mexico

Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital in Tucumcari is a 25-bed facility is an acute care/critical care access hospital offering a full range of inpatient and outpatient services including emergency, home health, lab, maternity, pharmacy, PT, OT, respiratory therapy, radiology, ultrasound, CT, and surgery. Individuals can also receive skilled or intermediate nursing home care in the hospital and remain in Tucumcari with their families and friends.

Presbyterian Administrative Center/Health Plan

The Administrative Center for Presbyterian Healthcare Services and Presbyterian Health Plan has relocated. Presbyterian customers who need to visit in person can now visit us at The Presbyterian Rev. Hugh Cooper Administrative Center, located near Balloon Fiesta Park.

The Cooper Center

9521 San Mateo Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone:(505) 923-5700
The main entrance is located on the east side of the building. The visitor parking lot is at the northeast corner of the building.
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Featured Services

Presbyterian Medical Group

As part of Presbyterian's commitment to integration, the Presbyterian Medical Group (PMG) is recognized across the state as providers of the highest quality primary care available. Presbyterian's Medical Group's philosophy of care extends beyond caring for people when they are sick. PMG is a resource for maintaining good health in communities throughout New Mexico through the practice of skilled and compassionate physicians, specialists, mid-level providers and staff.

Cases are managed through visit planning, phone, and walk-in assessments. Results of our approach to healthcare include a higher quality of care, disease prevention or minimization, more thorough patient visits, and increased patient satisfaction.

Albuquerque Ambulance

Since 1972, Albuquerque Ambulance Service (AAS) has been providing Bernalillo and Sandoval counties with 911 emergency and nonemergency medical services and transport. Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services since 1994, Albuquerque Ambulance employs an elite team of paramedics, EMTs, System Status Controllers in field operations and communications. AAS provides high quality pre-hospital patient care and transport to all nine local hospitals, including the only Level I Trauma Center in the state. AAS utilizes state-of-the-art Type 1 and III ambulances equipped with GPS, digital mapping and a full complement of ALS patient care equipment.

Believing that the customer is the central figure in the healthcare setting, the staff at AAS collaborates with the Albuquerque and Bernalillo County Fire Departments, and various law enforcement agencies to meet the needs of our patients.

Presbyterian Home Health and Hospice

Home Health

Presbyterian Home Healthcare Services provides intermittent medical visits to patients in Clovis, Española, Socorro, Springer, and Tucumcari.

A team of kind and skilled professionals closely monitors patient conditions and progress, and reports information to physicians to modify care if necessary. This individualized attention helps patients and their families learn about safe, appropriate care as they increase their functional independence, and learn to manage their medical needs in the comfort of their own home.


The Presbyterian Hospice Program provides physical, emotional and spiritual support to our terminally ill patients and their families. The hospice team of professionals and volunteers helps patients maintain their dignity, comfort and quality of life during a difficult time. Through a mutual agreement between the patient, primary physician and the primary nurse, the frequency of visits and level of care is decided, and can be decreased or increased as needed.

In addition, bereavement counselors maintain contact with the family of the patient throughout the bereavement period. Up to thirteen months of bereavement counseling for the family following the death of their loved one is an integral part of the program.​