- April 18, 2015 - NMAFP Office, Noon, Lunch Served
- July 18, 2015 - Ruidoso Convention Center, 12:30 pm, Lunch Served
Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO)
August 29-30, 2015: An educational program designed to enhance cognitive and procedural skills of health care professionals to help them manage obstetrical emergencies. Click here for more information.
AAFP Launches New Quick Pay Online Dues Service
Paying your dues just got easier. AAFP has launched a new online dues payment service. Quick Pay allows any individual staff, spouse of a member, etc.) to pay a member's dues invoice without logging in to the member's AAFP account. The only information that is required to make a payment is the member's AAFP ID number and dues invoice number. It's as simple as that. If a member would like to sign up for payment options such as monthly installments or auto renewal, logging in to the member account would be required for security purposes. Check out Quick Pay today!
Rural Health Care Practitioner Tax Credit Program
Health care providers who provide care in rural, underserved areas may be eligible for an income tax credit of $3,000 or $5,000.
For information on Tax Year 2014 New Mexico Rural Health Care Practitioner Tax Credit, please go to the links below to obtain information and forms to apply.
Continuum of Care (COC)
We'd like to introduce you to a new quarterly newsletter called Continuum of Care (COC) ¡eNotícias!. You'll find the latest issue on the right side under Latest News. You can find older issues in the archive
The New Mexico Academy of Family Physicians is the medical specialty association for Family Physicians in New Mexico. It is the largest medical specialty association in the state, with over 850 members.
Our members include practicing family physicians, residents in training, medical students with an interest in family medicine and retired family physicians. NMAFP is an independent chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), which has over 115,900 members throughout the United States.
What is a Patient-Centered Medical Home?
A patient-centered medical home integrates patients as active participants in their own health and well-being. Patients are cared for by a personal physician who leads the medical team that coordinates all aspects of preventive, acute and chronic needs of patients using the best available evidence and appropriate technology. These relationships offer patients comfort, convenience and optimal health throughout their lifetimes.