Residents of Albuquerque have several healthcare options available to them, including Encompass Health and Lovelace Health System, which has a 263-bed primary care facility: Lovelace Medical Center. The University of New Mexico Children’s Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital - Children’s Center offer pediatric care in the area. Veterans in Albuquerque can receive care at Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center or one of 13 community-based outpatient clinics in the area.
U.S. News ranks Presbyterian Hospital as the #1 healthcare option in Albuquerque and central New Mexico. Presbyterian Hospital rates as high performing in nine procedures and conditions, including:
University of New Mexico Hospitals operates over 30 clinics around New Mexico and rates as high performing in four procedures and conditions, including:
Counselors are trained to help you care for your mental health. When searching for a counselor, start by looking at their education, licenses, and certifications. Licensed counselors have titles such as a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT). Counselors specialize in areas such as family and marriage, addiction, religious support, and work stress. If you believe you need additional support from medication, it may be best for you to contact a Psychiatrist. If you are nervous about starting counseling, many healthcare groups offer virtual sessions for you to try from the comfort of your home. Many insurance plans and employer benefits include counseling services, making the cost of counseling affordable. There are also many affordable flat rate options available online. Finding the right counselor for you can be a life-changing part of your mental health.