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Friday, September 28, 2007

October Community Health Care Forums

Community forums to discuss healthcare reform in New Mexico were held in many parts of New Mexico this summer. Scheduled events continue through October. This is your chance to hear first hand about the results of Mathematica's study on reform options and to speak up about what you'd like healthcare reform legislation to look like when it's taken up in the NM Legislature.

Community Forums: Achieving Healthcare for All, October 2007 - Statewide Cosponsors: Health Care for All Campaign, New Mexico Voices for Children, League of Women Voters NM, AARP, New Mexico Conference of Churches, New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness, Health Action New Mexico, NM Public Health Association, NM Human Needs Coordinating Council, Con Alma Health Foundation, National , Association of Social Workers-NM, CWA.

Upcoming forums:

Torrance County--Moriarty
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 12-2:00 PM

  • Location: Teen Center/ Moriarty
  • Sponsors: The Partnership for a Healthy Torrance County (Torrance Health Council)
  • Local Contact: Billie Clark, Program Manager, Torrance County Project Office 505.832.0332, pmanager@lobo.net

Valencia County:
Date: Wednesday, October 3rd, 5:30-8:00 PM

McKinley County
Date: Thursday, October 4, 6:30-8:30 PM (time pending)

  • Location: UNM-Gallup/ Calvin Hall Auditorium, 200 College Drive, Gallup
  • Sponsor: McKinley County Health Alliance
  • Local Contact: Ophelia Reeder, 505-863-5107, McKinley County Health Alliance, Ophelia_reeder@pmsnet.org ­

­Otero County/ Alamogordo
Date: Wednesday, October 24, 2 PM and 6 PM

  • Location: 907 New York Ave., Alamogordo
  • Sponsor: CAPPED, Inc.
  • Local Contact: Tresa VanWinkle, RN, Executive Director CAPPED, Inc., tresa@capped.org
    PH: (505) 434-HOPE (4673), FAX: (505) 434-1177

For more information on the health care reform issue and scheduled events visit Health Action New Mexico.

September 28, 2007 at 11:35 AM in Healthcare | Permalink


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