Get Involved

Opportunities for participation are always available at our organization, and we welcome you at any time. At NMAFP, we aim to represent all Family Medicine professionals in New Mexico.
The New Mexico Chapter of the AAFP represents all Family Medicine members in New Mexico. AAFP policies are determined by a Congress of Delegates that meets annually in conjunction with the AAFP Family Medicine Experience. New Mexico sends two Delegates and two Alternate Delegates to Congress. Delegates are interested in your views. If you would like to express a view or make a request, please email us at
Become a Member

Board of Directors

The Current Board of Directors is made up of dedicated members who are willing to put aside the time to work at making a difference. We are your voice in New Mexico. If you are interested in participating or attending meetings, please contact us.

Congress of Delegates

AAFP policies are determined by a congress of delegates that meets annually in conjunction with the AAFP Family Medicine Experience. The New Mexico chapter sends two members and two alternate representatives to participate. If you would like to express a view/opinion or make a request to the delegates, please get in touch with NMAFP via email or call (505) 292-3113.

Let’s Learn about Health Equity

What is health equity? There are so many questions about the topic, such as:
  • Is it simply allowing everyone to achieve their highest level of health?
  • How do we advocate for that goal when it feels like one more thing has been added to our plates?
  • Is there more to the social determinants of health and what affects it?
You can find the answers to these questions and learn more about health equity while earning CME credits. AAFP invests in great courses so you can be better at your family medicine practice in New Mexico or anywhere in the United States.

The Everyone Project

The Everyone Project
We want to inform everyone about the amazing resources at our disposal with the Everyone Project and some more specific ways to earn CME credits. Through this initiative, you can learn how to advocate for and support your patients based on zip codes.
The Everyone Project has some of the coolest toolkits for improving people’s health and well-being. If you have not done so already, check out the neighborhood navigator, where entering a zip code can help you connect to available community resources. That way, you can assist patients based on their social determinants of health and provide some of their basic needs, such as food, housing, transportation, etc.
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