Overview

Health Insurance Enrollment

To meet the health insurance needs of our community, Holy Cross Hospital's Enrollment Team is happy to help you and your family enroll in Centennial Care (Medicaid) or the Health Exchange. For assistance please call the Community Services Office at (575) 751-5764.

Learn more about enrolling in the Health Exchange (Health Insurance) >

Learn more about enrolling in Centennial Care (Medicaid) >

For more information or to schedule an appointment:
Call:
Community Services Office
Phone:
(575) 751-5764


Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program (TUPAC)

Holy Cross Hospital, in partnership with UNM’s Adult Learning Center, Rocky Mountain Youth Corps, local LGBTQI and Native American initiatives; and with funding and support from the New Mexico Department of Health’s Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Program, has promoted tobacco awareness, reduced exposure to secondhand smoke, and prevented initiation of tobacco use.

Our innovative TUPAC program model has taken health outreach to a new level. It provides tobacco cessation support and resources to partners so that these trusted members of the community can promote tobacco awareness.

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Be Breast Aware

Being breast aware means being familiar with how your breasts look and feel, and being aware of how they change as you age and at different times of the month.  Being breast aware is about knowing your body and being aware of any changes that don't feel quite right.  Be aware and ask your provider if you're not sure. Ask your provider to schedule a well-woman exam or mammogram.

Changes to look for:

  • A lump or thickening which is different from the rest of your breast tissue
  • Continuous pain in one part of your breast or armpit
  • A nipple becomes inverted or changes position
  • Skin changes including puckering or dimpling
  • Swelling under the armpit or around the collarbone
  • A rash on or around the nipple
  • Discharge from the nipples

If you see or feel like something isn't quite right, please call your primary care provider or Women's Health Institute for an appointment.  575-758-5001.