NMDOHNew Mexico Department of Health
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In cases where the water tests had concerning results, NMDOH followed up with the residents.
"While over 100 VIP Spa clients have already been tested, NMDOH is reaching out to ensure that testing and counseling services are available for individuals who received injection related services at the VIP Spa.
NMDOH and CDC received daily laboratory lists to identify patients hospitalized with GAS infection during May 1-23, 2018, at one of four hospital systems in Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
Third, only seven out of the possible ten hospitals in the southeast region of New Mexico submit syndromic surveillance messages to NMDOH; therefore the numbers presented in this analysis are most likely an underestimate of the number of ED visits due to cold weather events.
The NMDOH identifies that the RN workforce serving New Mexicans is 770.5/100,000 population versus the national average of 920.9/100,000.
Plasma center personnel requested NMDOH assistance in arranging possible hospital admission for VIGIV treatment.
With the assistance of the NMDOH Immunization Program, local Public Health Nurses, SHA nurses, and over 400 school nurses across the state, more than 48,000 students received flu shots through SKIIP at 480 schools across the state.
On receipt of the elevated blood lead test results, NMDOH interviewed the family to investigate potential sources of lead exposure.
Follow-up consists of inspection of the food processing or preparation premises by NMED; a search by NMDOH for more cases (case ascertainment) through contacts with medical facilities, laboratories, and those reported ill or exposed; laboratory testing provided free of charge to those with illnesses (arranged by NMDOH); laboratory testing of environmental samples such as food, water, and preparation surfaces (arranged by NMED); and possible development and administration of a questionnaire to determine risk factors (jointly developed and administered by NMDOH and NMED).
She became a founding member of NMDOH CLAS (Cultural and Linguistic Access to Services), which works to reduce health inequalities and promotes cultural understanding, and in 2007 submitted an award-winning white paper on Disparities in Public Health Nursing.